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Inept robber blurts out name, accomplice confesses on Facebook
Edinburgh - These alleged robbers might want to think of new careers after robbing a bookmakers by using a fake gun and a hammer. Oh sure, they pulled the robbery off without a hitch. Almost.
The state of on-line Poker in 2014
In April 2011, the FBI and the Department Of Justice changed on-line poker for good. Where do we stand nearly three years down the line?
What is the St Leger?
There are five English classic horse races: the most prestigious is the Derby; the last and least well known of the season is run at Doncaster tomorrow.
The PokerStars Depositor Freerolls
The world's top poker sites are offering bundles of free money, but sometimes you have to use your wits to get you hands on it.
The World Sit ‘n’ Go Masters in Prague
Prague - The World Sit ‘n’ Go Masters is being held this year in Prague. Many poker sites, including Ladbrokes, are offering the chance to qualify for free.
Op-Ed: Speed poker is here
Not content with taking your money, the poker sites want to take your money faster. Speed poker is here, for those would are prepared to oblige them.
Review: Big prizes for small buy-ins on PokerStars
PokerStars is the world's largest poker site; earlier this year it ran a special series with micro buy-ins, and is about to launch another one.
On-line Poker — New games and new players
In recent years, poker sites have come up with a number of new ways to encourage players to part with their money; they have also recruited celebrity players.
The latest poker promotions
The world's largest poker site has a new on-line championship at three levels, and Europe's largest poker site has a few promotions of its own.
Review: Poker — Big prizes for small buy-ins and cash awards for grinders
PokerStars, the world's largest poker site, is offering big rewards for small outlays. Another site is offering bonuses for players who grind away at the cash tables.
Poker: Full Tilt perils, and promotions galore
After months of legal persecution, it looks like Full Tilt Poker will be resurrected after all. Most other poker sites are doing just fine.
That old Razz magic — Poker on Ladbrokes
No Limit Hold 'Em may be the biggest game in town but it is far from the only one, although there appears to be only one site on the web where you can play Pot Limit Razz.
Op-Ed: Bookmakers can put the banks in their place
The City of London and 'Wall Streets' the world over are one big casino; instead of allowing the banks to gamble with their customers' money then bailing them out with the taxpayers', governments should call in William Hill.
Op-Ed: Poker promotions into November
Full Tilt Poker is dead, but before it can be buried, the vultures are queuing up to pick the corpse clean. Meanwhile, other poker sites are offering promotions galore.
Poker – September persecutions and promotions
More than four months after Black Friday, things are looking bad for Full Tilt Poker, but some poker sites are handing out money, albeit with strings attached.
Poker is a party, for some
The sorry saga of the American Government’s criminalising of legitimate on-line gaming businesses has hit some harder than others.
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Third place in a E5.00 + E.50 pot limit 5 card stud freezeout on Ladbrokes, November 17, 2011.
The E5.00 + E.50 limited rebuy Pot Limit Razz on Labrokes, May 28, 2012. Our hero goes one better than the previous night.
September 4, 2012: Congratulations, you have won a ticket for a sit 'n' go. For all the good it did me.
A Ladbrokes branch in Leeds
October 7, 2012: Only third tonight!
October 4, 2012: Congratulations, you have won the tournament.
September 3, 2012: Quads in an Omaha hi lo freeroll.
November 5, 2011: Winning a small survivor tournament; the survivor tournament is a relatively new format.
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