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Wait Over For WSOP Main Event Final Table
--Poker saw an innovation with the introduction of the camera that captures “hole cards” and that was crucial for television poker and now one of the world’s premier poker tournaments is evolving as well.
No Withholding Taxes on Poker Tourneys
--The IRS has decided that every poker operator in the United States will have to report anyone who wins more than $5,000 in a poker tournament.
Poker Tournaments in Bars -- The New Prohibition?
--While the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) has devastated internet poker, separate, quiet battles are being fought, and won, to make poker legal in bars under state laws.
Court Rules Tribal Casino is Merely a Casino
--The federal Court of Appeals has declared that, at least for labor law, tribal casinos are to be treated exactly the same as casinos that are owned by private citizens. In other words, a tribal casino is not a part of a government, but merely just another privately owned business.
West Is Best At WPT Canada’s First Stop
--When it comes to the two coasts in North America, it doesn’t take much to fuel rivalry.
An Attempt To Gut The UIGEA
--On April 10, 2008, a Congressional odd couple introduced a bill that would eviscerate the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (“UIGEA”).
Barney Frank To Have Another Go With IGREA
--After introducing legislation that was a response to the UIGEA, it seems Barney Frank's IGREA will be re-introduced to congress.
Mixed Signals With iMEGA vs. Alberto Gonzales, et al.
--The online gambling community seemingly scored a big victory yesterday when non-profit online gambling organization iMEGA announced on its website that, "Judge Mary L. Cooper, of the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey, [granted] iMEGA the standing to pursue a challenge of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA)."
California Welcoming Back Online Poker?
--The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act makes it illegal to finance gambling transactions through credit cards and banks in the U.S. but is the state of California about to re-introduce online poker to its people?
Pocket Q-School
--There is a reason that the phrase “practice makes perfect” is a cliché; it can be used in almost every situation.
Casinos On Cruise Ships, Why Not Airplanes?
--First Ryanair plans to expand its in-flight gambling.

As Michael O'Leary told reporters when they announced their intention to add cell phones: "If you want a quiet flight, use another airline. "Ryanair is noisy, full and we are always trying to sell you something."
Poker Players Alliance And Its Pro-Poker Preaching
--Online gambling seems to be in a state of flux in the United States with both pro and anti-online gambling advocates trying to sell their points of view.
An Absolute Travesty
--One of the differences between online poker and poker played at an actual table or casino is that you can’t actually see your opponent’s face.
Texas Hold'em A Hot Draw On Facebook
--It’s been called revolutionary, a fad and the second coming of MySpace, but regardless of the label, chances are you’ve heard of Facebook.
British Gambling Prevalence Survey 2007
--You may have heard of the "British Gambling Prevalence Survey 2007" recently released by the British Government, but chances are that you've neither seen nor are likely to brave its 186 pages of charts, graphs and observations.
The 411 On Annette_15
--Because poker includes elements of luck as well as strategy and psychology, the better known poker players in the world are often at the rail at the final table of the World Series of Poker.
UK Gambling Act in Effect: Visible Change and Reaction
--As most of us have heard by now, the UK Gambling Act 2005 (UKGA) went into effect this past Friday, 01 September.
World Series of Poker Coming To Europe
--Trivia Question: Who won the 2007 World Series of Poker’s No Limit Texas Hold’em Main Event?
2007 WSOP A Mere Shadow Of 2006
--Jerry Yang was crowned champion at the 2007 World Series of Poker and while his journey to the top captured the attention of the public, the number of headlines and news bits devoted to this year’s WSOP haven't been as numerous as in years past.
Mobile Gaming On The Apple iPhone
--If you’re a tech geek and like to have all the latest gadgets, you were probably anticipating the launch of the Apple iPhone on June 29 and you might’ve lined up for a few days—neglecting relationships and personal hygiene—just to be the first to get your hands on one.
WSOP 2007: Bracelet Winners Events 1 Through 10
--At only 21 years of age Steve "MrSmoky!" Billirakis breaks Phil Hellmuth’s previous record to become the youngest gold bracelet winner in the history of the tournament. He hails from Chicago, Illinois.
Team PokerStars Welcomes "Kid Poker"
--PokerStars, the world's largest online poker site, today announced that champion poker player Daniel Negreanu has decided to make PokerStars his new professional home.
Prepare For The Invasion Of The Poker Bots
--If you've played poker online for any time at all, you've certainly heard of the infamous "bot" players.
Gambling And The People's Republic Of China
--This past week saw the resignations of three executives who had been detained by police this past April for their involvement with Betex, a Chinese lottery scratch card and gaming software operator.
The 2007 World Series of Poker Guide
--With a field of 8,773 and top prize of US$12,000,000, the 2006 World Series of Poker’s Main Event was truly larger than life.

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