The rumors of the sale of Ivey League are greatly exaggerated according to its CEO.
Long-time pro Vanessa Rousso is no longer part of Team PokerStars while one of poker's greats faces his 12th major surgery.
And that, frankly, is a travesty.
World Series of Poker officials announced that the 2015 WSOP Main Event will not pay $10 million to first but instead guarantee 1,000 players will be paid.
While some of us will look at that story and laugh, there are others that would probably agree with his plight.
Dallas billionaire Andy Beal returned to the high-stakes poker world this weekend and promptly proceeded to lose $5 million to Todd Brunson.
Gus Hansen owned up this week to some of the major faults in his poker game while Daniel Negreanu is on a mission to bring an NHL team to Las Vegas.
We're not pros and most of us never have aspirations to become a pro.
Noah Schwartz has become the first player in history to hold both a WPT title and a WPT Alpha8 title.
The previous year saw records shattered and new superstars emerge. Below are some of the major poker stories to follow in 2015.