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Serial WSOP Casher Makes it 60 ...GlobalPoker Adds WorldPay ...Millennials Helping Poker Comeback?

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Jun/02/2018

Allen Chainsaw Kessler tweeted his 60th World Series of Poker in the money moment with the serial casher making it into the payout realm of the $1500 Omaha 8 bracelet event to reach a new milestone.

He tweeted out Friday:

In the money in @wsop $1500 omaha 8. My 60th wsop cash.

The 2018 World Series of Poker got underway this past week with a strike looming in Vegas that could adversely affect comfort levels.  Read More

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Global Poker Adds Worldpay as New Payment Processing Solution - Online poker site Global Poker, one of the newest sites on the scene catering to U.S. poker players, has just announced a new payment option for all of their players in America. Worldpay, a global leader in omni-commerce payments that processes more than 40 billion transactions annually, has joined forces with the fastest growing poker site for US players to give customers even more choices when it comes to payment solutions.

“One thing our customers have made clear to us is that they would like more choices when it comes to payment methods,” said Global Poker Founder and CEO Laurence Escalante. “Worldpay’s extensive network and vast expertise allow us to give our players this choice. With Worldpay, we have the ability to offer a range of payment solutions to our customers including credit card payments, as well as e-wallet and mobile options. This means our customers can interact with us in whatever way is most convenient to them.”

Poker Comeback?  New Game for Millennials Going Mainstream Again - Tasmayee Laha Roy  of Money Control writes:  

The contentious game of poker is seeing a paradigm shift in the country and many youngsters are involved in bringing about the change.

Roy profiles 26-year-old Siddharth Karia, who earned an MBA from Babson College USA and earned Rs 75 lakh in the year gone by, all money he made playing poker online.  Read More Here

- Nagesh Rath, Gambling911.com

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