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Winning Millions Cancelled by Cyber-Attack

Last night´s Winning Millions tournament was cancelled due to “Internet connectivity issues” after the Winning Poker Network was hit by a cyber-attack.

Massive Overlay Anticipated in ACR Winning Millions Event

This Sunday, Americas Cardroom hosts the $1 million guaranteed “Winning Millions” event – the biggest US-friendly online poker tournaments in three years.

Adelson Fails to get RAWA Included in Cromnibus

Supporters of online poker in the US spent several nervous hours yesterday waiting to hear whether Sheldon Adelson´s RAWA would be included in the Cromnibus.

PokerHost Joins Winning Poker Network

Eight months after joining the Equity Poker Network from Merge Gaming, PokerHost is on the move once again – this time to join the Winning Poker Network.

Could Caputo´s Bill be Kaput for PokerStars in NJ?

Assemblyman Ralph Caputo has introduced a Bill into New Jersey´s Assembly which would make it harder for PokerStars to get an online poker operating license.

New Californian Online Poker Bill Introduced

A new online poker bill has been introduced into the Californian State Assembly, with PokerStars and the state´s racetracks still excluded from the action.

Bet365 Celebrating Christmas with Surprises under the Tree

Bet365 Poker has already wrapped up its presents and is offering them to players in a daily competition running throughout the whole of December.

Carbon Poker Kicks Off Festive Season with Frosty Freerolls

Carbon Poker has released its promotional program for the festive season which includes $10,000 of “Frosty Freerolls” throughout the month of December.

Third Time Lucky for Florida Online Lottery Sales?

Florida could become the eighth state to allow online lottery sales after a bill was introduced into the Sunshine State´s Senate by Democrat Gwen Margolis.

Just Seven Survive Americas Cardroom´s PLO Cage

The action was brutal in Americas Cardroom´s Cage last night, with just seven players from twenty-three surviving the $5,100 buy-in Pot Limit Omaha event.