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Unable to Find Money in New Jersey, Borgata Wants Approval to Go After Phil Ivey’s Nevada Assets

Unable to Find Money in New Jersey, Borgata Wants Approval to Go After Phil Ivey’s Nevada Assets

CardsChat News - October 16th, 2018

The Borgata might have won a $10.1 million judgement against Phil Ivey in their edge sorting case with the famous poker pro, but according to a report by CardPlayer.com, the […]

Raze the Rio? Vegas Blog Stirs Pot with Rumor MLB Stadium Will Replace WSOP Casino

Raze the Rio? Vegas Blog Stirs Pot with Rumor MLB Stadium Will Replace WSOP Casino

Jon Sofen - October 11th, 2018

Caesars Entertainment will soon demolish the Rio, home to the WSOP since 2005, and replace it with a Major League Baseball stadium, according to popular Las Vegas entertainment blog, and […]

SugarHouse Casino in Philly Fined $100K for Dealers Failing to Shuffle Deck

SugarHouse Casino in Philly Fined $100K for Dealers Failing to Shuffle Deck

Jon Sofen - October 8th, 2018

SugarHouse Casino, which boasts one of the top poker rooms in the Philadelphia area, was fined $100,000 for its dealers in a poker tournament and table games failing to properly […]

Borgata Appeal Could Triple Damages Collected from Phil Ivey in Edge Sorting Case

Borgata Appeal Could Triple Damages Collected from Phil Ivey in Edge Sorting Case

CardsChat News - October 3rd, 2018

Phil Ivey hasn’t done well in his edge sorting cases with major casinos on either side of the Atlantic. Crockfords in London has been allowed to withhold the 10-time bracelet […]

New Jersey Online Gaming Revenue Crushes in August, Without Much Help from Poker

New Jersey Online Gaming Revenue Crushes in August, Without Much Help from Poker

Jon Sofen - September 15th, 2018

For the 18th consecutive month, the New Jersey online gaming industry hit the $20 million mark in August. But online poker took a tumble, producing just $1.8 million in rake. […]

Alliance of American Football Being Built for Sports Betting from the Ground Up

Alliance of American Football Being Built for Sports Betting from the Ground Up

CardsChat News - September 11th, 2018

It’s hardly a challenge to bet on football in the United States, and the expansion of legalized sports betting in recent months has only made it easier. Now, the upcoming […]

Rumor: WSOP Could Move to New Caesars Forum in 2020 on Sale of the Rio

Rumor: WSOP Could Move to New Caesars Forum in 2020 on Sale of the Rio

CardsChat News - August 29th, 2018

The World Series of Poker has been hosted at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino just off the Las Vegas Strip since 2005, and for all its flaws, the location […]

Player Disqualified from 2017 WSOP Main Event Sues Caesars

Player Disqualified from 2017 WSOP Main Event Sues Caesars

Jon Sofen - August 24th, 2018

Maryland semi-pro Joseph Stiers had one of the biggest stacks, over 660,000, at the dinner break on Day 3 of the 2017 WSOP Main Event, just hours before the money […]

Pennsylvania Poker Players Will Soon Get to Play on WSOP.com as State Approves First Batch of Online Gaming Licenses

Pennsylvania Poker Players Will Soon Get to Play on WSOP.com as State Approves First Batch of Online Gaming Licenses

CardsChat News - August 21st, 2018

Harrah’s Philadelphia, Parx Casino, and Mount Airy all received initial approvals for online gaming licenses from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) on Friday, with several more casinos expecting to […]

Borgata Wants Their $10.1 Million from Phil Ivey Now as Courts Consider Edge Sorting Appeal

Borgata Wants Their $10.1 Million from Phil Ivey Now as Courts Consider Edge Sorting Appeal

CardsChat News - August 20th, 2018

The Borgata may have won their court battle against Phil Ivey over the baccarat winnings he earned via edge sorting at the casino, but there’s another fight brewing over exactly […]

Arizona State Poker Championship Cancelled After Monsoon Knocks Out Power

Arizona State Poker Championship Cancelled After Monsoon Knocks Out Power

CardsChat News - August 15th, 2018

The 2018 Arizona State Poker Championship has been called off after a monsoon storm knocked out power and caused and significant flooding at the Talking Stick Resort. Officials had no […]