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What are some of the hottest headlines in the world of poker? Here you will find all the latest juicy stories along with other important news and tournament results. A must read for the poker enthusiast with articles published throughout the day.
Prosecutor to Ernie Scherer: “Did you Give Your Mother Time to say Your First Name Before you hit her?”
Thursday March 4, 2011 at the stroke of midnight Internet gambling could become legalized in the state of New Jersey. It would be the first US state to do so.
Governor Chris Christie has until that time to veto or sign off on a bill that could bring a much needed $28 million – if not more – to his state yearly. It’s not just the millions of dollars, it’s the many new jobs that will ultimately be created.
Testifying in his murder trial, poker player Ernie Scherer III insisted he did not beat and stab his parents to death in their Alameda County, California home three years ago this month.
Assuming New Jersey Governor Chris Christie moves forward and signs a bill legalizing online poker, Florida could be next in line.
March 4 is the deadline for when New Jersey Governor Chris Christie can either veto or sign a measure into law that would legalize online gambling in the state.
The EPT Copenhagen 2011 final table has been set with eight players remaining. Who are they?
Legendary poker player and the face behind DoylesRoom.com, Doyle Brunson, is free of cancer.
The crisis in Libya may have serious ramifications for the online gambling sector in ways most people could not have imagined.
An English poker champion was extradited to the US state of Colorado this week. He faces murder charges for the slaying of his wife in 1997.
Phil Ivey, one of the most respected poker players, reportedly won $476,000 over the weekend at Full Tilt Poker. His main opponent was Kagome Kagome.
Six men were arrested and charged with running the online gambling website StakeStake.com Thursday.
A man accused of running a multi-million dollar sports betting ring in three different states has a history of gambling arrests dating back several years.