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PartyGaming bought World Poker Tour for $12 million.
Joseph Cada emerged as the winner of WSOP 2009 Main Event and won $8.5 million.
It took 14 hours for the WSOP main event to get down to the last two. Joe Cada and Darvin Moon will now fight it out for the $8.5million top prize.
The Paradise Poker Bad Beat jackpot climbs up to record value of €500,000.
Full Tilt defeated US state Kentucky in UK court, which attempted to seize its domain name.
Rakeback.com is sending one lucky player to Aruba!
Ultimate Bet signs poker pro Joe Sebok.
Many poker fans and players were surprised after an initial nomination of Tom Dwan to the exclusive Poker Hall of Fame. Not because of his ability as a poker player, but more so, his age and lack of results in big live tournaments.
UltimateBet has released a Mac version of their downloadable poker client.
This years WPT, Legends of Poker was won by a forgotten man, Prahlad Friedman.
Full Tilt Poker is set to sign Tom "Durrr" Dwan.
The Durrrr challenge had been on a break for over two months, but now Tom “Durrrr” Dwan and Patrik Antonius hav resumed it.
PartyGaming, better known for their online poker room Party Poker, has agreed to buy World Poker Tour Enterprises (WPT) for an estimated $15.3 million.
Betfair Poker's Caesar's Cup Team Event is shaping up to be a big success, with some of the biggest names in poker having already confirmed their participation.
Liv Boree joins Phil Hellmuth and Annie Duke as Ultimate Bet Poker ambassador.
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