2011 August 03 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Even though action from the 2011 World Series of Poker is on hiatus until November, the festivities roll on with ESPN’s coverage of the WSOP.
With so much more money up for grabs than usual, Intertops Poker’s FPP (Frequent Player Points) Races will be keeping the popular online poker room’s tables busier than ever throughout August. Every week, the top 60 point-earners will each get a share of that week’s $3750 prize pool. There will be four week-long races in August awarding a total of $15,000 in prize money. /> />The month will culminate with the Bluff Europe Free Roll August 28th when Intertops will put $2000 in the pot.
–Full Tilt Poker’s and PokerStars’ Enormous Databases Could Be of Significant Value for Potential Investors, Canadian-poker.ca Reports
–RaiseandFold Poker Room Reaffirms 40% Rakeback Plan
–Badbeat.com to Launch ‘MyGame’ a Ground Breaking Free Online Poker Training
Quitman County deputies recently raided a gambling room inside a Georgetown business and arrested three women.
I am happy that WCOOP is coming. It’s going be the largest series of online tournaments worldwide and there will be 62 chances to win the title.
SOURCE Titanpoker.com LONDON , August 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The leading online poker room in Europe extends its offers to new depositing players and demonstrates its stability in a changing industry.
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Cleveland County sheriff’s deputies seized numerous video poker machines and arrested one man in connection with what officials say is an illegal gambling operation Wednesday morning.