This week in poker, Full Tilt Poker announced impending cuts, the AGCC closed the FTP hearing to the public and David Saab found out he will miss the next 10 WSOP Main Events.
The Epic Poker League has made headlines recently thanks to its official Code of Conduct and its efforts to "improve the image of poker."
This week we're introducing a new feature on PokerJunkie.com highlighting what we like to call the "Real Women of Poker."
The week in poker started on a high note as Jason Mercier held on to the top spot in the world poker tournament player rankings.
Michael DiVita won a seat into the Epic Poker League's second Main Event over the weekend, but when he went to register for the event he ended up being escorted from the Palms property.
Jason Mercier, Chris Moorman and Jake Cody, among others, took home titles at the British Poker Awards on Saturday.
Full Tilt Poker released a statement on Tuesday addressing its problems paying back players after the April 15th DOJ seizure.
The World Poker Tour held its Season X press conference on Thursday and Poker Junkie blogger compncards has some thoughts on the changes for the upcoming season.
New Jersey revisits its intrastate gaming bill, 888 Poker booms in the face of declining traffic and the Bellagio Biker Bandit now faces up to 11 years in prison for his brazen robbery.
Lock Poker has decided to take legal action against former pro Jose "Girah" Macedo and Full Tilt Poker is facing another class action suit from the repercussions of Black Friday.