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Poker News Updates November 29, 2019: ACR Introducing New Tournament Structure $100 GTD for only $0.48 + $0.02

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/29/2019

Welcome to our new Poker News blog, all the latest tournament, player and juicy stories related to the game for this day Friday November 29, 2019. 

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Americas Cardroom Tests New Tournament Structure

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Day 1A of $6 Million Venom Ends With 69 of 432 Still Standing

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Can I Play on Zynga Poker for Real Money From Wisconsin

Can I Play on Zynga Poker for Real Money From Wisconsin

Though real money play on Zynga is not permitted in the state of Wisconsin, sites like Americas Cardroom are accessible for real money and offer a generous welcome bonus with a maximum of $1000.

Can I Play on Zynga Poker for Real Money From California

Can I Play on Zynga Poker for Real Money From California

Though real money play on Zynga is not permitted in the state of California, sites like Americas Cardroom are accessible for real money and offer a generous welcome bonus with a maximum of $1000.

Can I Play on Zynga Poker for Real Money From Wyoming

Can I Play on Zynga Poker for Real Money From Wyoming

Though real money play on Zynga is not permitted in the state of Wyoming, sites like Americas Cardroom are accessible for real money and offer a generous welcome bonus with a maximum of $1000.

$15 Million Online Super Series Kicks Off This Month June 2020

$15 Million Online Super Series Kicks Off This Month June 2020

The flagship $15 million Online Super Series returns at Americas Cardroom and you do not want to miss it.

Poker World Reacts to US Civil Unrest

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It's the worst civil unrest in the US since 1968 and poker players have been offering their varying perspectives.

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