Ike Haxton was online poker's biggest winner in September, Gus Hansen dumped another $1m and Jason Somerville confirmed he's no longer sponsored by Ultimate Poker.
The lead prosecutor for the government during Black Friday may be in line for the biggest promotion of his life.
A few well-known poker pros have moved on from former sponsorships in the past week including one former World Champion.
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Mike Matusow has come to his own defense over claims that he stiffed Ted Forrest in their much publicized weight loss bet.
It appears Mike "The Mouth" Matusow is welching on paying off a weight-loss bet with Ted Forrest while PokerStars appears just weeks away from being approved for a New Jersey iGaming license.
Gus Hansen has officially cracked the $20 million mark in lifetime losses on Full Tilt Poker. Also, the casino made famous by Rounders will close in November.
Phil Ivey has moved into the top five of a list he really doesn't want to be a part of while two of online poker's biggest losers announce a battle for bragging rights.
Gus Hansen continued his losing ways online last week, losing another $600k to put him down almost $20 million on his Full Tilt Poker account.
California could offer real-money online poker by the end of August while PokerStars will start offering casino games by the end of 2014.