This Week in Poker we found out a deal between GBT and the DOJ has finally been struck and discovered several roadblocks lie ahead in getting the Indian nation on board with online gaming legislation
"In poker, money is just a way of keeping score."
For the first time ever the WSOP November Nine was broadcast "virtually live" with a 15-minute delay, including hole cards.
Pius Heinz winning the Main Event was the big news in poker this week, but it wasn't the only news.
22-year old Pius Heinz, from Cologne, Germany, is the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion after defeating Martin Staszko and Ben Lamb Last night in Vegas.
The moment the poker world lives for every year finally arrived on Sunday as the 2011 WSOP Main Event November Nine final table kicked off at the Rio in Las Vegas.
The long-awaited 2011 WSOP Main Event final table kicks off on Sunday at the Rio in Las Vegas and Poker Junkie blogger Compncards knows exactly how's it going to play out.
A deal has reportedly been reached between the Bernard Tapie Group and the DOJ to further the sale of Full Tilt Poker. But even if US players will soon be able to request a payout from the DOJ, should they?
In an era where a woman's role in a poker room was limited to bringing players drinks, Linda Johnson broke every common stereotype and became one of only a handful of female poker professionals in the game.
This week in poker we find out the new members of the Poker Hall of Fame, Full Tilt makes some progress in old legal matters and Al Krux's poker game goes to pot.