News Articles Written By: John Goldberg

Phil Hellmuth’s Battle for #15 WSOP Bracelet Continues

Whether you play online poker or stick to the casinos, you have heard of Phil Hellmuth. Known as the poker brat, Hellmuth continues to dominate in the game of poker, particularly when it comes to World Series of Poker bracelets. The poker pro has 14 total, having earned his 14th this year, and is ho...

PokerStars Goes Online in California Initiative

The state of California continues to elude PokerStars as the poker giant has yet to be able to enter the state to begin offering online poker gaming. While certain card rooms and Indian tribes want to see the poker group brought into the state, many still want nothing to do with PokerStars. Just rec...

Online Poker Revenues Continue to Decrease in New Jersey

The state of New Jersey is one of only a select few that offers casino gaming in the United States. It was no surprise that the state began to offer online poker once the Wire Act was changed and has provided the opportunity for poker gaming online for over a year now. The once exciting activity now...

PokerStars WCOOP Main Event to Feature $10 Million

PokerStars is no stranger to major poker events, from live events to guaranteed online events, the site continues to offer quality gaming options. Players are constantly visiting PokerStars to try out new and exciting gaming options from cash gaming to tournaments. Coming in in just a few days is th...

WSOP Adds New Bonus Opportunities for Tournament Players

As players have converged at the felt in Las Vegas Nevada for the 2015 World Series of Poker tournament events, visitors are taking advantage of the online poker playing opportunities. The WSOP site is offered in the state of Nevada for any poker player who wishes to log online and enjoy cash game o...

Two Indian Tribes Urging Tribal Coalition to Come to Online Poker Consensus

The passage of online poker legislation in the state of California is slow going as invested parties cannot seem to come to an agreement as to how the regulation should take place as well as who should be involved in the industry. From tribal interests to card rooms and race tracks, the state has ma...

Harry Reid Switches Agenda; Leaning towards US Online Gambling Ban

Legislators have been known to flip flop a time or two on their opinions on a variety of matters and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid seems to have changed his stance on online gambling in the United States. The current senator of Nevada has now stated he is in line with the mind set of Sheldon Ade...

Full Tilt Offering Freeroll Mayhem Series for May

Free gaming just got serious at Full Tilt, while the online poker room is now offering a quality freeroll offering for the month of May. Players will have two weeks of game play to enjoy the Freeroll Mayhem poker series which will offer $140,000 in prize money for players to compete. Entry is absolu...

Seals with Clubs Operator Faces Prosecution in Nevada

To operate online poker gaming sites for real money, land based casinos in the state of Nevada need to have licensing to be officially allowed to provide such gaming. Online poker operators can gain approval and work with land based sites to offer gaming to residents in Nevada. Thanks to a new multi...

Drastic Changes Made to Full Tilt Poker’s Gaming Roster

It is not uncommon for an online poker site to offer new games on a regular basis as technology changes or new variants are offered in new and interesting formats. Many times in the online poker industry, we see sites remove certain games that might not be as popular with players and replace those g...