The 2011 World Series of Poker Europe is underway and the first bracelet winner has been crowned.
This Week in Poker players petitioned President Obama, the WSOP announced the 10 finalists for the Poker Hall of Fame and the South Point Casino in Vegas stuck its toe into the online poker pool.
Last Friday, both John Campos and Chad Elie filed motions to have the charges brought against them by the US Department of Justice on April 15th dismissed.
Cyndy Violette could be considered the first real "poker babe."
The rumors of French investors buying Full Tilt Poker were confirmed true today when FTP announced it had signed an acquisition agreement with the Bernard Tapie Group.
After over a week of deliberation, the Alderney Gambling Control Commission has announced it has permanently revoked the licenses of Vantage Limited, Filco Limited and Oxalic Limited, all trading as Full Tilt Poker.
The Alderney Gambling Control Commission resumed its licensing hearing with Full Tilt Poker last week, and the day after the hearing resumed the DOJ released its modified complaint calling Full Tilt a glorified Ponzi scheme.
A lot of things happened this week in poker. Some of them had nothing to do with Full Tilt Poker. Some just a little bit.
The final nail in Full Tilt Poker's coffin may have been driven today as the US Department of Justice filed a motion to amend its civil suit filed on Black Friday, calling Full Tilt a "global Ponzi scheme."
Yesterday the Hendon Mob announced it has ended its exclusive sponsorship and affiliation deal with Full Tilt Poker.