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  1. Another month of an incomplete roster of New Jersey grinders ended the same way June did. Daniel 'centrfieldr' Lupo tops the charts for another month (4.275.97 PLB points) and is the only player in the state over the 4,000 point benchmark. Lupo achieved five wins in July topped off by a $12,950 result on PokerStarsNJ. The NJ Summer Series $1,000 High Roller on July 24 attracted 36 of the state's best and Lupo emerged victoriously by beating competitors Michael 'JohnnnyDrama' Haberman and Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano on the tournament podium. Overall, Lupo earned 12 top-3 finishes and his caree
  2. Online poker players have become accustomed to poker sites going offline for software updates. When WSOP.com went offline in Nevada on Monday night, it was one of the most highly anticipated updates of all time. When the site came back online, players were able to play against players in other states for the first time in the history of U.S. regulated online poker. The re-launch of WSOP.com as the first interstate online poker room in the United States comes 6.5 months after New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware - the only three states that offer regulated online poker - entered into an agreement
  3. [caption width="650"] David 'dehhhhh' Coleman is playing in his first Main Event and is out to validate New Jersey online poker in the process.[/caption] Last year at this time, David ‘dehhhhh’ Coleman was another New Jersey online grinder looking to move up in the virtual world. Fast forward a year later, and Coleman is the #1 on ranked player in the state and among the first players to break 100,000 on Day 1C of the World Series of Poker Main Event. Coleman has learned plenty both poker-wise and on the business end of the game that helped him make sure he had a seat for this year.
  4. [caption width="640"] Mike Azzaro is running out of time to turn his summer around.[/caption] Poker tournament professionals are keenly aware of the fact that downswings are inevitable. The duration of them is a complete unknown but when they hit, there is no telling when the sun will shine once again. Mike Azzaro struggles continue this summer as he’s only put together a ledger of $3,850 in tournament earnings. July is right around the corner and Azzaro is running out of chances to earn the big score he came out to Las Vegas seeking. Azzaro’s struggles haven’t intensified to the po
  5. [caption width="640"] After a stellar year of tournament results, Jason Rivkin is nearing the point of leaving poker as a full-time living. (Will OC photo)[/caption] There are many schools of thought about how to be a successful poker player on a long-term basis. Some suggest specializing in a single game and increasing your edge as much as possible while others would say it is better to have a diverse background to have an edge in many games. Jason 'RivJ' Rivkin has chosen to go with the latter approach and it is paying off wonderfully for him. The 29-year-old Rivkin’s background is i
  6. [caption width="640"] Ryan Hohner has a chance at capturing an elusive six-figure score when play resumes Friday for the Winter Poker Open.[/caption] The Event Center inside The Borgata has been buzzing this entire week with players taking their shot in the Winter Poker Open $2,000,000 guaranteed opening event. Over 4,000 entrants are anticipated to register when all is said and done, with a crop of top New Jersey online players among them. Already through to Friday’s Day 2 is Ryan ‘shipthesherb’ Hohner, one of the up-and-coming players among New Jersey’s youthful online base. Hohner a
  7. [caption width="640"] New Jersey announces agreement to share player pool with Nevada and Delaware[/caption] In what could be a boost to the existing regulated online poker market in the United States, New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware, the three states where online poker has been legalized and regulated, have agreed to a multi-state pact to begin player pools. The office of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie announced the deal with both Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and Delaware Governor John Carney that will open digital borders, allowing for New Jersey poker players to play against on
  8. PokerStars Spring Championship of Online Poker is coming to Pennsylvania. The first-ever PASCOOP is set to take place from April 4-20 with a massive $2 million in guaranteed prize money. The online poker series, which starts next Saturday, has 50 events on the schedule. Just like the 2020 New Jersey SCOOP series, Pennsylvania’s will also feature both a “High” and a “Low” buy-in, for a total of 100 tournaments, with buy-ins ranging from as little as $5 up to $500. [ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="Party Poker NJ"][ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"] Of course, the schedule is he
  9. American online poker players who have been patiently waiting for a presidential candidate to support the legalization and regulation of online poker in their country had their patience rewarded on Saturday afternoon. Andrew Yang, one of the Democratic presidential candidates, took to Twitter to offer his thoughts on the issue and showed a broader understanding of the issue than candidates on either sides of the aisle have shown over the past eight years while coming out in favor of federal regulation.
  10. It’s time once again for NJ online poker players to clear their October calendars and prepare to play in the PokerStars 2019 New Jersey Championship of Online Poker. Running October 12-28, PokerStars NJ is bringing back its state-wide championship online poker series featuring 50 events and $1,000,000 in total guaranteed prize pools, anchored by a $300 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em Main Event with a $100,000 guarantee. [ptable zone="Global Poker Article Ad"][ptable zone="888poker"][ptable zone="PokerStars NJ"] The 2019 schedule boasts three more events than it did in 2018, offering tourname
  11. Jason 'JayRiv' Rivkin is doing his best to use the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker to work his way up the New Jersey online poker rankings. For the second time in 10 days, Rivkin emerged victorious from an NJCOOP event, this time winning Event #44 ($100 No Limit Hold'em [Win The Button]) for $3,407.91. Rivkin's win came at the expense of 'loosebad', who again had to settle for a runner-up finish. He does have a win to his credit but now has three second-place finishes. He earned $2,589.65 while 'Tomasz199873' pocketed $1,967.92 for finishing in third. There were three other event
  12. The second half of the third annual PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker continued on Monday two more tournaments and $48,000 worth of guarantees. After taking a trip to the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut to participate in another stop of the Moneymaker Tour, PokerStars Ambassador and one-time World Series of Poker Champion Chris Moneymaker was back inside New Jersey borders and back in the hunt for yet another NJCOOP title. Moneymaker made his presence felt in the first of the two tournaments on the schedule. Event #28 ($300 NLHE Four Max) drew 139 runners which created a prize
  13. The third annual PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker continued on Friday evening with another pair of tournaments and over $15,000 up for grabs. The first event on the schedule was Event #19 ($200 Triple Stud) with a $7,000 guarantee. The Friday night field was a bit exclusive, with only 45 players registering, but that was good enough to beat the posted guarantee. And without Chris ‘Money800NJ’ Moneymaker in the field this evening, it would be sure that someone else would be given an opportunity to take home a NJCOOP title. That player was Matthew ‘MattEMenz’ Mendez from Si
  14. Wednesday saw one of PokerStars’ biggest names take down a title in the third annual New Jersey Championship of Online Poker. Main Event winner and the man who started the poker boom, Chris ‘Money800NJ’ Moneymaker, was online and grinding NJCOOP on Wednesday. Moneymaker battled through the 242 runners in Event #14 ($100 NLHE Progressive KO) to the victory taking home the largest cash prize of the day with his first place prize of $2,139.88 combined with his bounty haul of $2,896.24 for a total of $5,036.12. Moneymaker was in New Jersey while still on his coast-to-coast Moneymaker PSPC Tour
  15. The United States Online Poker Rankings takes a look at the top online players in the current legalized and regulated markets available in the U.S. Thanks to a scorching hot summer heater Nevada’s David ‘bewater’ Goodman (5,022.21), starts the Fall season as the #1-ranked player in the United States. Goodman, a Las Vegas resident, padded his PLB point total with massive wins throughout the summer including his runner-up finish in WSOP Event #63 ($3,200 NLHE Online Bracelet Event) for $212,022 and 597.73. Even though Goodman, continues to benefit from heaps of PLB points, he hasn’t been resti
  16. The third annual PokerStars New Jersey Championship of Online Poker continued on Monday with another pair of tournaments that surpassed their posted guarantees. It may have taken two tries, but in the end, ‘MartinChatwn’ outlasted the 175 player field in Event #9 ($100 NLHE Speed Down) to take home the $3,234.58 first place prize. It marks the second final table in the series for ‘MartinChatwn’ having already fourth place in Event #2 for $2,073.19. Brian ‘Wsopboy1997’ Sherrier finished as the runner-up in Event #9, adding $2,465.15 to his bankroll. It marks the fifth NJCOOP cash for Sherri
  17. The New Jersey Online Poker Rankings return with the most familiar of faces in first place. Michael 'Gags30' Gagliano is the clubhouse leader at the effective midway point of 2018 thanks to another stellar month. The first full month of interstate play results in more PLB points and larger prize pools. Gagliano took full advantage and leads second-place David 'dehhhhh' Coleman by a touch over 100 points. Two marquee results stand out for Gagliano in the month of May. The PokerStarsNJ Sunday High Roller on May 13 shipped to Gagliano and he earned $8,272 for the result. The following week,
  18. Online poker players in New Jersey, Nevada and Delaware can now circle May 1 on their calendar as the day that everything will change. WSOP.com announced Monday morning that on that day, the player pools for all three states will combine into one. The move comes six months after the three states reached an agreement to allow for a combined liquidity. Players in Nevada and Delaware have been part of the same player pool since 2015. "This has been a huge collaborative effort from all involved and it is important to thank the elected leadership and regulatory authorities in Delaware, Nevada
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