A-Rod's In Trouble For Underground Poker Gaming

A-Rod's In Trouble For Underground Poker Gaming

The American baseball superstar Alex Rodriguez aka A-Rod has played illegal underground poker games which took place in the record label owner's Cody Leibel's $16.5 million Beverly Hills mansion. Despite the fact that he had been warned by the Major League Baseball (MLB) authorities no to take part in these games, A-Rod continued playing poker illegally.

Neverwin's $22,500 WCOOP Freeroll Series on PokerStars

Neverwin's $22,500 WCOOP Freeroll Series on PokerStars

NeverwinPoker in cooperation with the world's largest poker site PokerStars presents you with a huge WCOOP freeroll series with a stunning prizepool of $22,500!

Bodog Will Leave the US Market at the End of the Year

Bodog Will Leave the US Market at the End of the Year

Yesterday, Tuesday, July 26th Bodog have announced they will not renew their license agreement with Morris Mohawk Gaming which is to expire at the end of the year. This means that Bodog brand is set to leave the US market.

Meet the Hot Pro: Fatima Moreira de Melo

Meet the Hot Pro: Fatima Moreira de Melo

She is definitely one of the sexiest and the most beautiful poker players in the world. She is also a field hockey World Champion, a TV show hostess, a singer and has a Masters Degree in Law and she's only 33 years old. That's Fatima Moreira de Melo – a member of Team PokerStars SportStars.

2011 November 9: Staszko Leads

2011 November 9: Staszko Leads

And so after the 13-day Main Event action the November Nine is finally set. Nine top players of the Event #58: No-Limit Hold'em Championship have now secured their seats at the 2011 WSOP Main Event final table which will be played in November as well as a cash prize of at least $782,115. The remaining 8 will all come out millionaires.

Main Event Day 7: Just 22 Left

Main Event Day 7: Just 22 Left

One day and 22 players left – that's what we have after Day 7 of 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event. 57 players were seated at the tables at level 1, but 35 of them were out when the game wrapped-up for the night shrinking the field of contenders to the minimum.

Main Event Day 6: The End is Near

Main Event Day 6: The End is Near

The 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event is in full swing after Day 6 aka the 47th day of the series. It started with 142 players and only 57 survived the competition and advanced into Day 7. Ryan Lenaghan now leads the field with almost 13 million in chips.

Main Event Stuff: Day Twos are Over

Main Event Stuff: Day Twos are Over

Two Day 2s of the 2011 WSOP Main Event have gone to the books and we have a little less than 2,000 players who will come back for the Day 3 action tomorrow.

WSOP Main Event: Day 1D in the Books

WSOP Main Event: Day 1D in the Books

We already told you about this year's WSOP numbers going way high and braking all-time records. It appears that the Main Event follows the same trends and has gathered a huge amount of players.

2011 WSOP Main Event Takes Off

2011 WSOP Main Event Takes Off

Today is the day when the 2011 World series of Poker Main Event kicks off and begins another long-awaited poker saga that will see its end in November. The 12 day-long $10,000 No-Limit Hold'em tournament will start today, Thursday, July 7th and will run until July 19th when 9 best players will qualify for the final table.