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Full Tilt Poker’s Two Biggest Pros Can’t Win!

Sept 12, 2014
M. Rhodes

Full Tilt Poker may have two of the biggest names in the game as its official brand ambassadors, but they also happen to be two of the biggest losers in the online game with Gus Hansen currently showing a -$19,620,039 loss since May 2007, and Viktor Blom down -$3,445,408 since Oct 2009. Whereas Gus Hansen’s poker graph on highstakesdb.com shows a pretty steady decline, Blom’s has more ups and downs than the Grand Old Duke of York, with both players’ graphs a cautionary tale as to the volatility and potential pitfalls of playing high stakes cash games against the world’s best.

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Bitcoin Poker

Sept 12, 2014

By Leah McGrath Goodman

On Sunday, at 6 p.m. ET, poker players around the world will log onto a gaming site with the curious name of SealsWithClubs to bet not with the dollar, euro or pound, but with bitcoin – increasingly the currency of choice among poker players from parts of the world laden with restrictions on online gambling, including the U.S.

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  • Full Tilt Poker’s Two Biggest Pros Can’t Win!

    Sept 12, 2014
    M. Rhodes

    Full Tilt Poker may have two of the biggest names in the game as its official brand ambassadors, but they also happen to be two of the biggest losers in the online game with Gus Hansen currently showing a -$19,620,039 loss since May 2007, and Viktor Blom down -$3,445,408 since Oct 2009. Whereas Gus Hansen’s poker graph on highstakesdb.com shows a pretty steady decline, Blom’s has more ups and downs than the Grand Old Duke of York, with both players’ graphs a cautionary tale as to the volatility and potential pitfalls of playing high stakes cash games against the world’s best.

    Read the entire article from OnlinePoker.net at:

  • Bitcoin Poker

    Sept 12, 2014

    By Leah McGrath Goodman

    On Sunday, at 6 p.m. ET, poker players around the world will log onto a gaming site with the curious name of SealsWithClubs to bet not with the dollar, euro or pound, but with bitcoin – increasingly the currency of choice among poker players from parts of the world laden with restrictions on online gambling, including the U.S.

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  • C’est Fini! Online Poker is “Over” in France, Says Regulator

    by Philip Conneller

    Charles Coppolani, the new president of ARJEL, the French online gambling regulator, has declared that online poker in France is a “fad” that is “over”.

    Speaking to Les Échos in his first interview since taking up the post, Coppolani stated bluntly: “The fad is over. Basically, the online poker market may be mature.”

    Read entire story at: http://www.cardschat.com/news/cest-fini-online-poker-is-over-in-france-says-regulator-2861

  • Enterra’s Bitcoin Poker Network Ready to Launch

    Enterra, an online poker software provider, is in the midst of launching a new bitcoin gambling network. The site’s features include an option to run poker rooms that allow for bitcoin deposits and withdrawals.
    Enterra poker is offering users a faster way to bet online with bitcoins, without long wait times. CEO of Enterra, Dimitry Starostenkov, stated in a press release:

    “Starting your Internet business via our Bitcoin poker network, you get your own poker room with up to 12 poker game types, games with different limits, and tournaments.”

    Read Entire Story at: https://coinreport.net/enterra-bitcoin-poker-network

  • Daniel Tzvetkoff’s payment processing program turned online poker into a billion dollar industry almost overnight

    It was as much a boast as a challenge, yelled at his friend across the thud of a Las Vegas nightclub.
    ‘You’ve got one hour and a one hundred thousand dollar budget to throw us the biggest party in town. What do you say?’

    Sixty minutes later Daniel Tzvetkoff and a cohort of high rollers and hangers-on were partying in the Palm Hotel’s Playboy Mansion Suite. Tzvetkoff swigged Cristal champagne straight from the bottle and lounged in the infinity pool. Naked girls snorted cocaine off each other’s breasts and invited him to do the same.

    Tzvetkoff was 25 years old. He could have anyone he wanted at the click of his fingers. He flew by private jet, drove Lamborghinis, Rolls Royces, Bentleys, Ferraris and more and his property portfolio was worth millions.

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