Real Gaming is extending a special invitation to new players with the “Ultimate Match” promotion, which will match balances up to $3,000 for players who held an account with Ultimate Poker.
Ultimate Gaming has closed its Ultimate Poker online business in Nevada, citing trouble making a profit as long as online gambling is limited to a pool of players in single states, so far just three nationwide.
Sweden’s Martin Jacobson kept up the trend of 20-something champions to capture the 2014 World Series of Poker main event at the Rio. The clinching hand was three tens that beat runnerup Felix Stephensen of Norway and his pair of nines.
Poker Deals | Station Casinos’ Ultimate Poker brings the excitement to the online tables with a first-to-market promotion – Bad Beat Bonus – giving players the opportunity to take home a share of $10,000.
Winning Strategies | How often do you throw away all five cards in video poker? The question really is should you, but how often does this occur?
Poker Deals | Some of the biggest names in film and television will come together on Nov. 15 to raise money for the Lili Claire Foundation, featuring music, poker and fun at The Venetian Las Vegas.
Poker By George | Playing Texas hold’em, there are two ways to win a pot. You can hold the best hand at the showdown or you can bluff out your opponents.
Heavenly Poker | Casinos make their money by having an edge over the players in all games except poker. Edge is nothing more than an advantage.
The 2014 Poker Hall of Fame Class will feature a first ballot inductee – Daniel Negreanu – and one who has spent four decades contributing to the game – Jack McClelland.
Poker By George | Recently, we reported on our bluffing statistics since introducing the Esther Bluff. With over 70% success, our bluffs far exceed an estimated break-even of 40%.
LINDLEY TO JOIN GT
Poker professional Christina Lindley will be a featured columnist at GamingToday. Usually when someone says it’s a story out of Hollywood, they are referring to a screenplay, but the tale of World Poker Tour’s Christina Lindley was literal.