..

Poker News Updates November 28, 2019: $6 Mil Venom Chip Leads

Written by:
Ace King
Published on:
Nov/28/2019

Welcome to our new Poker News blog, all the latest tournament, player and juicy stories related to the game for this day Thursday November 28, 2019. 

AMERICAS CARDROOM

*$6 million guaranteed prizepool
*$1 million 1st place
*Get your seat directly for $2,650 or win your way in
*Find a seat through Step tourneys — starting at $0
*200% signup bonus up to $1000
*US friendly - Global friendly
*Tournament starts November 27, 2019
LEARN MORE HERE

$6 Mil Venom Chip Leader Update

PartyPoker Launches Social Currency

- Ace King, Gambling911.com

Poker News

Loads of Similarities Between Sports Betting and $7 Million Venom

Forget sports betting!  Who needs it anyway!  Put that handicapping pen away and get ready for your chance to win $7 million.  Mark the dates: July 24 to August 5.

NFL Star Cody Latimer Threatened to “Kill Everybody” at Poker Home Game

Cody Latimer Threatened to “Kill Everybody” at Poker Home Game, Dunbar Pleads Not Guilty

Washington Redskins wide receiver Cody Latimer is accused of "threatening to kill everyone" at a home poker game after it was alleged an individual in attendance had committed a sexual assault on his 4-year-old son.  The incident occurred Friday night and just days after two other NFL players were accused in an armed robbery at a poker game.

Poker Director Matt Savage Convinced He Had Covid-19

Poker Director Matt Savage Convinced He Had Covid-19

Poker Director Matt Savage has had to deal with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic and the possibility that live poker tournaments could be severely impacted for many more months to come.

Will Social Distancing Work With Live Poker? iPoker Set to Get 8 New Rooms

Will Social Distancing Work With Live Poker? iPoker Set to Get 8 New Rooms

Online poker has exploded over the last two months since the coronavirus pandemic resulted in much of the world having to stay in their homes.

Ed Norton and Bryan Cranston Among Favorites for Saturday's Celebrity Poker Tournament

A charity poker tournament to raise funds for COVID-19 relief is set for Saturday, and more than a few A-list celebrities are set to participate in the event. 

Syndicate