Poker is finally back in full swing after the holidays with major news breaking from coast to coast.
Online poker and gambling were the topics of the day on Tuesday as a Congressional subcommittee held a hearing on the industry.
Big news out of Las Vegas and Atlantic City took centerstage this week with the WSOP announcing big changes for its international events and New Jersey iGaming getting the green light.
New Jersey will become the second state in the United State to offer full legal iGaming later this week but PokerStars will not be part of the launch.
New Jersey iGaming including online poker is ready for its soft launch on November 21st and we now know how things will unfold.
JC Tran started as the chip leader for the WSOP November Nine but it's Jay Farber and Ryan Riess who will battle for the bracelet on Tuesday.
With all eyes on the World Series of Poker Europe this week Jackie Glazier and Jeremy Ausmus moved into the spotlight with their first career bracelet wins.
The poker world's attention turns towards Paris, France as the 2013 World Series of Poker Europe kicks off today.
Online poker and the movies dominated this past weekend's poker news.
Vanessa Selbst nearly became the first female World Poker Tour champion this past Friday but fell short to Anthony Zinno at the WPT Borgata Poker Open.