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World Series of Poker, Europe, Bracelet Goes to New Yorker, Elio Fox, Wins Nearly $2 Million

It was an awesome match, for those who didn’t see it. And the fourth bracelet, at the conclusion of the main event, went to a New Yorker, Elio Fox. He beat out a record field of 592 in the €10,000 buy-in main event to take home the title, his first bracelet, and the top prize of […]

James Bord: US poker players are less skilled

2010 World Series of Poker Europe Main Event champion James Bord has moved to rattle a few US feathers by saying that American poker players are not as skilled as others across the world. The 30-year-old Brit – who won £830,401 by winning the World series event last year – believes that European poker players are […]

Experience Alone May Not Be Good Enough

Phil Hellmuth and Bertrand Grospellier are both captaining their respective teams when they face off for the Caesars Cup at the WSOPE in Cannes. Hellmuth will lead the American team and Grospellier will lead the European team. Interestingly, Hellmuth has gone for experience while Grospellier has gone for youth and it is experience that we […]

Full Tilt Poker and Others Fighting Back; Will U.S. Legalize Online Gambling?

Did you see the article printed recently in the NY Times about online gambling. Very, very interesting. The story is about Jesus Ferguson and Howard Lederer, founders of Full Tilt Poker…which until they were busted by the U.S. FBI, was the gambling palace of choice on the web for millions of players. As the years […]

Lawyers to Judge: Online Poker isn’t Really Gambling … and Here’s Why…

I don’t know if you saw this item in the news … but I find it kind of interesting that defense lawyers for a Utah banker and a businessman indicted on gambling charges are attempting to convince a judge that online poker isn’t really gambling. The argument is aimed at crippling a prosecution that seeks to […]

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