Day 2 of the 2011 World Series of Poker saw the Phil Ivey vs. Full Tilt saga grow while Gus Hansen continued his march for his second bracelet.
After months of anticipation, the 2011 World Series of Poker got underway with no shortage of controversy including a Phil Ivey "boycott" and a physical confrontation between James Bord and John Juanda.
Phil Ivey has dropped the biggest bombshell on the poker world since Black Friday, revealing that he is boycotting the 2011 WSOP and filing a lawsuit against Tiltware in an effort to get player funds returned.
Ready or not, the 2011 WSOP is just five days away.
A Maryland grand jury unsealed a pair of indictments on Monday that resulted in the seizure of 10 online gambling domains including DoylesRoom.com and TruePoker.com.
The 2011 World Series of Poker is less than two weeks away and all eyes are beginning to turn towards the Rio in Las Vegas.
This past weekend has been a busy one in poker with some big announcements and a big surprise at the WPT Championship.
Caesars Entertainment held its annual pre-WSOP conference call Wednesday to let us know what to expect this year. PokerJunkie blogger James "compncards" Guill breaks it down.
For the first time in televised poker history, ESPN will provide virtually real-time, same-day coverage of the 2011 WSOP Main Event including hole cards.
The newly formed FS+G Pro Poker League released its much-anticipated roster for Season One on Tuesday with a few surprises among the 218 players that made the cut.