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Weekend Review: Denmark's DonLinnet dominates

It's August, and while you might think that would mean a little relaxation in the sunshine, on PokerStars things are starting to get busy again. But they'll be time for that - for news of the EPT, or the APPT or UKIPT. First let's talk Sunday Majors, which this week were highlighted by Danish player...more

by Stephen Bartley on August 3, 2015 5:12 AM

Charity on the Pro Tour

If you've been following the PokerStars blog, or the appropriate Twitter channels, you know that the PokerStars Pro Tour is barnstorming through California to create grassroots support for legislation that would bring regulated online poker to the state. We're in the central valley (aka "America's V...more

by Lee Jones on July 31, 2015 12:33 PM

Use your FPPs for Premier League & Rugby World Cup

Listen, you do what you want with your money. Buy all the watches, cars, and jewelry you want. But for my money, I'll take an experience over a thing any day. You ask me what my favorite things are, they aren't the watch at my bedside, the car in garage, or the new kicks in the closet. My favorite t...more

by Brad Willis on July 31, 2015 7:09 AM

Daniel Negreanu vying for WSOP National Championship

Deep in the hills of Western North Carolina, just a few miles down the road from a little tourist mountain town called Maggie Valley, in the land where a man named Popcorn Sutton used to make the world's best moonshine, Daniel Negreanu is once again on the verge of greatness.Just weeks after finishi...more

by Brad Willis on July 31, 2015 5:46 AM

Eugene Katchalov: Ice cold, warm heart, groom-to-be

Eugene Katchalov is in love. When we met with him in Vegas this year, there was no doubt about that. We asked him what was new, and the first thing he wanted to talk about was his girlfriend, Anna. Now, Anna is a lot more than a girlfriend. Katchalov took Anna on a trip to Iceland, and once there, t...more

by Brad Willis on July 31, 2015 5:11 AM

Poker battle ends in the octagon for Canadian player

Some people believe it's impossible to get something from nothing. It's a physics thing, apparently. Canadian Alexandre Quimper learned this month that PokerStars can sometimes break those bonds of physics. Last May, Quimper (known as shaggun on PokerStars) started playing some daily freerolls on Po...more

by Brad Willis on July 30, 2015 10:42 AM

PokerStars Spin & Gos just got bigger

"The fog is getting thicker...and PokerStars' Spin & Gos are getting laaaaaaaaarger."That's not exactly the quote, but it's close enough for now. Just a little while ago, PokerStars dropped a brand new buy-in level on the Spin & Go tourneys. If you look closely, you will see that there is now a $100...more

by Brad Willis on July 30, 2015 10:08 AM

EPT Not Live ropes Kid Poker into doing something else

Daniel Negreanu is sort of busy these days. He did that whole thing with finishing eleventh in the 2015 WSOP Main Event. He went straight to California to promote iPoker in that state. Then went to North Carolina to play in the WSOP National Championship. He's staying in the middle of the damned mou...more

by Brad Willis on July 30, 2015 8:08 AM

The evolution of the playing card

These days, we know how particular players can be about their cards. If they don't snap back correctly, it's easy to spot the good cards in the deck. If somebody has thumbnails that are a little too long, cards can get marked pretty quickly. That's not even to mention spades that look like clubs and...more

by Brad Willis on July 29, 2015 9:09 AM

Five minutes to learn, a lifetime to master

It's remarkable how many everyday sayings originated from around the green baize. (Baize - a coarse woollen cloth used to cover games tables). 'To pass the buck', 'When the chips are down', 'Show your hand', 'Poker-face', 'Blue chip', 'Up the ante', 'Wild card', 'Play the hand you're dealt' are just...more

by PokerSchoolOnline on July 29, 2015 6:59 AM
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