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Real Money Poker Possibly on UK Facebook

eGaming review broke a story that Facebook, which has made its name known as the biggest social network, may be offering real money online poker play in 2012. As of now the idea is much more than ...  Read more...

One of the main reasons that former Full Tilt players from America want this deal to be finalized is because they would like to see the online poker real money they lost on Black Friday. And as ...  Read more...

Spain’s New Poker Network

Spain’s New Poker Network

December 2, 2011  /   Mario Alfonsi

Countries like France and Italy are already making great progress when it comes to a national online poker network. We are pleased to report that starting this January Spain will join them by ...  Read more...

Online Poker Traffic

Online Poker Traffic

December 1, 2011  /   Mario Alfonsi

70% of the most prominent poker sites in the world have reported that they have seen a significant drop in traffic over the last few weeks. On a bigger scale, all poker sites in the world have ...  Read more...

PokerStars Mobile in Italy

PokerStars Mobile in Italy

November 30, 2011  /   Mario Alfonsi

When scanning over the numbers recently, PokerStars realized there was a whole new audience that they, and most other sites, have yet to tap into. Italians lead the European continent in ...  Read more...

Nevada Accepting Gaming License Applications

Starting in February, the Nevada Gaming Control Board will be accepting applications for online poker rooms. This is a preemptive measure, but after it has begun they will quickly work out any ...  Read more...

Poker Sites Teaming with Casinos Again

Before Black Friday there was a lot of news about land-based casinos and already existent poker sites joining sides and working together. Most notably was Wynn Resorts and PokerStars. But as we ...  Read more...

Full Tilt Deal Almost Finalized

November 27, 2011  /   Mario Alfonsi

At first glance many poker players were overjoyed to hear the Full Tilt had finally been bought by French investment group, Groupe Bernard Tapie. In their original article CNN had mistakenly ...  Read more...