The upcoming July 4 holiday will have lots of fireworks, especially at Ignition Poker where $300K in guaranteed prize money will be up for grabs the day before.
A lot of changes are coming to Party Poker in order to level the playing field and the newest is a minimum buy-in of 100 big blinds at all cash game tables.
A $5 buy-in resulted in a win of $1 million for a Party Poker player at a SPINS Sit & Go Jackpot table when the random prize pool landed on $1,200,000.
Low stakes tournament players will be in their glory from June 17-30 at BetOnline Poker where the Micro Tournament Series will pay out $120,000 guaranteed.
To commemorate the 50th annual WSOP that’s on right now in Las Vegas, Ignition Poker is hosting special $50 Jackpot Sit & Gos that pay up to 2,200x a buy-in.
A new online poker tournament festival called the Soft Poker Series II with $28,250 in guaranteed prize money will be held at Intertops Poker from June 10-16.
The 2019 European Poker Championship takes place in Austria next month and Intertops Poker wants to send players there via satellites that begin June 5.
Party Poker is giving away $500,000 in cash to its loyal players on June 17, to participate in the promo players have to first select a new online alias.
After 12 hours of exciting poker action over two days, the Cage Live championship went to Igor Senkov who turned a $5,000 buy-in into a $36,965 payday.
The USA-friendly Winning Poker Network (WPN) rolled out a software update on Monday, May 20 that continues to be a work in progress toward completion.
A new leaderboard race that pays out $15,000 to the top 100 finishers every week, including $2,500 for first place, begins this Sunday at BetOnline Poker.
The latest poker site to launch the exciting poker variant Six Plus Hold’em is US-facing BetOnline Poker. The variant is now available on the cash game tables.
888 Poker has announced that it will host its XL Inferno Series next month with combined guarantees of $1.4 million, a sharp decline from last year’s edition.
In an effort to put the kibosh on illegal online gambling, China has put new rules in place that forbid issuing licenses to makers of social poker video games.
In an effort to create a balanced poker site for players of all skill levels, Party Poker will ban third-party software that gives users an edge over others.