A West Midlands, UK man has been jailed for life after fatally bludgeoning his estranged wife with a hammer in December.
In an effort to capitalize on the void left by PokerStars and Full Tilt exiting the US poker market, one Calgary-based firm has offered up grandiose plans to rake in the cash.
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One of America's legal online poker rooms may be facing legal problems of a different kind.
Australian authorities are said to be investigating notorious informant Daniel Tzvetkoff for fraud.
The one time payment processor is believed to have worked closely with US federal authorities in bringing down three of the world’s largest online poker rooms. All three are still operating in some capacity outside the US, though only PokerStars has paid its stateside clients in full to date.
Politicians are trying to legalize online poker. Prosecutors are trying to shut it down.
Isildur1 was a big loser in this weekend’s high stakes online poker action. Most of his $220K was lost to fellow online poker player Gavz101.
Howard Lederer, the main poker face behind indicted online poker room Full Tilt Poker, has emerged for the first time since Black Friday April 15.
Brad Franzen, the owner of a payment processor that worked in conjunction with three online poker rooms indicted April 15, has plead guilty on Monday.
While it is easy to call yourself to best at something and it is another thing to go out and prove it day-in and day-out, every single day of the year.
The no-frills carrier says it is focused on selling a seat and a seatbelt with fares as low as $79 one way, charging extra for carry-ons and a cup of coffee.