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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?
Pre-Christmas poker promotions
PokerStars, the world's largest poker site, will shortly be hosting yet another of its Micromillions events, over eleven days in November.
The new look Party Poker is a losing bet
Party Poker is currently the second largest dedicated poker site on the Web. Its new look is hardly likely to make it number one.
Full Tilt Poker returns with a bang
Full Tilt Poker has been off-line since the Black Friday domain seizures, but when it returns on November 6, it will be with a big series of freerolls and a new big money festival.
More free money from the world's leading poker sites
Poker players are spoilt for choice with so many special promotions. Some are so special they are not reserved for special occasions but seem to be running continuously.
Op-Ed: Some poker advice for Rafael Nadal
Just before Wimbledon, Rafael Nadal was signed up by PokerStars as one of its celebrity players. This is a different game from the one he is used to; here is some advice for him.
Review: A good night on the tables at Party Poker
London - There is only one thing better than winning money at the poker table, that is winning it with no risk. Even a mere $1.60 for two or three hours effort.
Party Poker Pokerfest II begins tomorrow
Party Poker is one of the world's biggest poker sites; tomorrow sees the start of its second Pokerfest - 47 events with both points and cash buy-ins, and big prizes at the end of the rainbow.
Op-Ed: Playing the Party Poker Sunday Bankroll Booster
Even in this economic climate there is still plenty of free money out there if you know where to look. Free money, not easy money!
Op-Ed: Poker: free tournaments, free money, but not for American players
A leading poker affiliate is offering a $10 bonus to clients who sign up with an on-line money transfer service. The big sites are offering free tournaments galore. And both Full Tilt and American players are still in the doldrums.
Op-Ed: Poker promotions and a free app
A round up of some of the latest offers for those foolish people - including you - who think there are easy ways to make money on the Internet.
Op-Ed: Party Poker offers free ride to the Aussie Millions 2012
Melbourne - Party Poker is offering all its players free entry into a competition to qualify for the Aussie Millions next January. What have you to lose apart from your sanity?
Full Tilt Poker - back from the dead? PokerStars thunders on
The Black Friday domain seizures by the FBI and Department of Justice affected Full Tilt more than any other site, but it could just be coming back to life.
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 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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April 18-9, 2012: The nut flush, well, barring the 7-8 of spades!
May 25, 2012: Rolled up 8s; everybody folds to a raise.
September 4, 2012: Flopping a small house in the late night freeroll. No callers.
April 8, 2012: Flopping the nuts in the $50 Limit Hold 'Em Freeroll saw our hero finish 184th and winning 6c!
The new welcome screen from Party Poker.
June 4, 2012: Aces full.
June 4, 2012: Jacks full first 5.
July 13, 2012: Aces are cracked.
June 18-9, 2012: 8s full crush AK in a late night sit 'n' go.
July 12, 2012: Rolled up kings can't improve, and lose heads up. This was very painful because it was the second time in the same tournament I'd started with a prial and lost.
May 4, 2012: The 10 point buy-in No Limit Hold 'Em freeroll. All-in pre-flop with kings, Our Hero is on the way out, then a king hits the turn and he wins with the overfull.
April 20, 2012: I folded a garbage hand pre-flop, and look what I would have made - a straight flush. Sigh.
Party Poker, making a simple game complex.
April 26, 2012: Third in a small turbo tournament.
April 10-11, 2012: Flopping 8s full in the late night freeroll.
July 6, 2012: Another cruel river.
May 29, 2012: Third in a small buy-in tournament.
May 5-6, 2012: Flopping quads in the late night freeroll. Having been in 9th place at one point, I finished 64th of 9,923 runners winning 32c.
July 12, 2012: A house of jacks in one of the stud tournaments.
September 4, 2012: Congratulations, you have won 13c.
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