Phil Ivey has moved into the top five of a list he really doesn't want to be a part of while two of online poker's biggest losers announce a battle for bragging rights.
Gus Hansen continued his losing ways online last week, losing another $600k to put him down almost $20 million on his Full Tilt Poker account.
California could offer real-money online poker by the end of August while PokerStars will start offering casino games by the end of 2014.
Dan "Jungleman12" Cates joined an elite club this past week when he surpassed $10 million in high-stakes earnings on Full Tilt Poker.
Crown Resorts owner James Packer is looking to expand to Las Vegas while Donald Trump is looking to get his name out of Atlantic City.
Ivey League and the Global Poker Index has formed a "strategic partnership" that will result in a cross promotion of both brands.
Greg Merson has a new sponsorship deal after becoming the first pro to sign a deal with WSOP.com.
Jerry Yang's WSOP Main Event Championship watch hit eBay this week while the nomination process begun for the 2014 Poker Hall of Fame.
The World Series of Poker released its final numbers for the 2014 WSOP this week which showed it to be its largest ever with 82,360 participants and prize pools of over $225m.
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