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.
The Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade House subcommittee held its much anticipated hearing regarding online poker yesterday in Washington.
Susie Isaacs is a classic example of someone who took something she loves and turned it into her life's work.
Despite a ton of big names at the 2011 WSOPE main event final table, Elio Fox upstaged them all to take home the gold bracelet and force last year's champ James Bord to put his money where his mouth is.
The 2011 WSOPE Main Event is officially the largest in history with 593 players, and after three days of action British pro Max Silver leads with just 25 players remaining.
As the 2011 WSOPE hits the home stretch, Michael Mizrachi grinded his way to his second bracelet in the €10,400 Split Format Event and the Main Event has drawn the largest field in WSOPE history.
Tristan Wade won his first major poker title in Event #4 while Erik Seidel moved into position for his 9th career bracelet in the €10,400 Split Format Event on Day 7 of the 2011 WSOPE.
The 2011 World Series of Poker Europe is in full swing with big names making headlines.