Posted by Steve Ruddock on Apr 24, 2012 Posted in Online Poker News, Poker Gossip | No Comments »
PokerStars versus Full Tilt

Tuesday April 23rd, 2012 will likely soon have its own catchy name if the rumors circulating throughout the poker world are correct, and Full Tilt Poker is being bought by PokerStars. According to the earliest report which appeared on 2+2 Tuesday morning (by an anonymous first-time poster): PokerStarsRead Full Article

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Apr 24, 2012 Posted in Online Poker News, Poker Gossip | No Comments »
PokerStars versus Full Tilt

Keep in mind these are early reports on a breaking story, and nothing below is considered fact at this point in time. The poker world is swirling with rumors that the deal between Groupe Bernard Tapie and Full Tilt Poker is off, but PokerStars has jumped into theRead Full Article

Posted by Steve Ruddock on Feb 28, 2012 Posted in Legal Poker News, Online Poker News | 2 Comments »

Early Tuesday morning I happened across an article on CalvinAyre.com stating that Bodog.com had been seized by the Department of Homeland Security. While I was initially intrigued that there might be a story lurking, my initial thought proved correct: “Isn’t Bodog.com a dormant domain name?” The Bodog.com domainRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Apr 26, 2011 Posted in Irish Open, Irish Poker News | No Comments »

Niall Smyth won an enthralling battle to claim the PaddyPower Irish Open, at the Burlington Hotel at 3.48am this morning. The final table started at 2.00pm on Monday afternoon with nine players and eventually came to an end some 14 hours later in the early hours of TuesdayRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Oct 20, 2010 Posted in World Poker News | No Comments »
2010 poker hall of fame

It was announced Tuesday morning that Dan Harrington and Erik Seidel will be the two members of the 2010 class inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame. Seidel and Harrington have both had storied poker careers –careers that surely have not seen the final chapter written just yet—andRead Full Article