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  1. Just recently, 888 Poker New Jerseyand 888 Casino New Jersey both began accepting PayPal as a deposit and withdrawal option. This news is very welcome to online poker players and casino aficionados playing in Garden State who have had difficulties banking via Visa and Mastercard. This announcement comes the heels of news that for the first time, PayPal is allowing transactions with regulated US online poker rooms. Earlier this month, WSOP Nevada and New Jersey accepting PayPal as a deposit option. PayPal is accepted for deposits and withdrawals at 888 Poker. The minimum deposit via PayPal to either the online poker room or casino is $10, while the minimum withdrawal amount is $20. Transacting using a PayPal e-wallet to and from 888 Poker or 888 Casino is quite straightforward, but here's a quick guide to help you along. In order to make a deposit onto 888 Poker or 888 Casino via PayPal, simply click the "Cashier" button, select "PayPal" as a deposit option, enter the amount you wish to deposit, and click "Submit." From there, you will be taken to PayPal's website, where you will need to log into your e-wallet and click "Pay Now." Once these steps are completed, you should have your money waiting for you at the online poker room or online casino, depending on where you initiated the transaction. According to 888 Poker, you will only be able to deposit amounts that are already present in your e-wallet. Withdrawing via PayPal is just as easy. Once again, click on the "Cashier" button to start. Then, click on the "Withdrawal" tab and select "PayPal" as a withdrawal option. From there, you will need to enter the amount you wish to remove and click "Withdraw." 888 Poker will then email you a token number for protection purposes, which you will need to enter along with your login information to finish the transaction. Many believe that the reversal of policy by PayPal is long overdue considering that its members are already allowed to transact via its e-wallet to and from daily fantasy sports sites. Sign up for 888 Poker hereand be sure to visit PocketFives' New Jersey pokercommunity for the latest news and discussion from New Jersey players. You can also get a free NFL jerseythis month by signing up for 888. Check it out here.
  2. [caption width="640"] Spring Fever is in the air at 888 New Jersey[/caption] Wednesday's high in Atlantic City: 59 degrees. Thursday: 60. Spring is definitely in the air, and while it's not quite time to grab your sunscreen and surfboard, it's definitely time to play some online poker. 888 Poker, a regulated online poker room in New Jersey, is giving away over $300,000 in cash and prizes as part of it brand new Spring Fever promotion. You can win cash, freeroll tickets, and other prizes every day of the week between now and June 19. To start, 888 is giving each player two tickets to the $1,000 Spring Fever Daily Freerolls and one ticket to a $3,000 Spring Fever Weekly Freeroll. Players can get more Daily Freeroll tickets each day by earning one Status Point in poker games, participating in poker tournaments with a total buy-in of $5 or more, or wagering $10 or more in 888's casino. Only one of these tasks needs to be completed. Players who get more Daily Freeroll tickets will also be awarded special "surprises," which include free play, tickets, cash bonuses, tournament entries, and more. You can see what "surprise" you won by checking your email or looking at 888 Poker's client. "Surprises" vary by whether a player is an MVP or not. Regardless, the most likely "surprise" for each group is a $1,000 Spring Fever Freeroll ticket. The Daily Freerolls run twice a day at 7:05pm ET and 9:05pm ET. They're nine-handed and have three-minute blind levels. You'll get 1,500 in chips to start and late registration is available for a half-hour. You can register for any Daily Freeroll up to 24 hours in advance. Anyone who qualifies for three or more $1,000 Spring Fever Freerolls during the week will get entry into a $3,000 Spring Fever Weekly Freeroll. These run on Sundays at 5:35pm ET from March 20 to June 19. Prizes given away in the Weekly Freerolls include a Sony Playstation 4 to the winner, a GoPro camera to the second place finisher, and Beats headphones to the third place finisher. Weekly Freerolls have the same turbo structure as the Daily Freerolls. The fourth through 117th place finishers in the Weekly Freerolls get 888 swag like hats, shirts, and playing cards. There is no cash given away in the Weekly Freerolls, just prizes. All of the $1,000 Spring Fever Daily Freerolls give away cash. This promotion is only available for players physically located in the state of New Jersey. Non-residents are more than welcome to play if they're in New Jersey, and since this promotion stretches more than halfway into June, there should be plenty of non-Garden State residents taking part. If you don't already have an 888 account, sign up here to get $10 free with no deposit needed. The bonus comes in the form of $4 in cash and six $1 poker tournament tickets.
  3. Ross 'Acanthopis' Gottlieb had himself an interesting weekend at the Borgata Spring Poker Open. The New Jersey veterinarian cashed in two events in a single day to earn himself over $10,000. What started as a day of heartbreak soon turned into an epic night of grinding. Gottlieb is on a run as of late on both the online and live felt and is feeling great about his game heading into the summer. It’s “uncommon” for Gottlieb to have a full weekend off to play poker. He took advantage of his available Friday to play the $100,000 guaranteed Six Max. Gottlieb bagged a middle of the road stack for Day 2 after battling with Tom Cannuli and Will Failla at this table and had a chance to play for the $40,000 first-place prize. Saturday started as bad as possible for Gottlieb. He lost pocket kings against aces on the third hand of play and was not sure about how to proceed with the rest of the day. “It didn’t start off so great in the Six Max,” Gottlieb obliged. “I was pretty annoyed, you start cursing your luck but you realize you’re fortunate enough to make it that deep. I didn’t really want to play the Saturday Series but I got some food and decided to play.” The one-day $100,000 guaranteed marathon Saturday Series was a few levels in when Gottlieb sat down. Instantly, he was among one of the chip leaders. “It’s relatively easy to spin up a stack in that event. By the 500/1,000 level, I was at 100,000 and cruising.” The success of Gottlieb in a fast-paced structure is attributed to his online reps. At the Winter Poker Open in January, Gottlieb won the Saturday Series in an eight-way deal for a $28,433 score. “In the earlier levels, it’s easy to three-bet to weaker players at the table and they can’t do much about it. I’ve been really focused lately and been playing more than I ever have.” A fifth-place result was Gottlieb’s fate in the Saturday Series. A shallow final table leads to variance but it’s not a factor Gottlieb is unfamiliar with. In fact, he recalls exact events from New Jersey online that helped him play live for what is a larger prize pool. “In the Super Tuesday online on PokerStars, it’s pretty similar. That one in general and the Tuesday showdown on WSOP, everyone at the final table has 15 bigs. A lot of times when you go deep, there’s a ton of flip situations that you find online. When you’re playing some of the larger tournaments live, you don’t have to take those spots.” The recent volume of Gottlieb equals a win in the 888NJ Ultimate Warrior on March 5 for $11,770 and a fourth-place finish this week in the PokerStarsNJ NJSCOOP $1,000 High Roller. A week before the next edition of the New Jersey Online Rankings is released, Gottlieb toes the line of the top-10. Gottlieb multi-tables online but never before experienced two straight 12 hour days of playing a live tournament as he did last week. “It was quite tiring,” Gottlieb said. In the hours he plays for thousands of dollars instead of tens of thousands in live scenarios, Gottlieb is preparing himself for when the money becomes life-changing. Gottlieb stayed on the sidelines last summer and scheduled two weeks to be out in Las Vegas starting with the Millionaire Maker event. A culmination of Gottlieb’s work comes together this weekend for the NJSCOOP Main Event. The $200,000 guaranteed tournament includes a $30,000 PokerStars Platinum Pass. The prospect of playing for added equity excites Gottlieb, who believes this tournament is going to contain the largest prize pool in New Jersey online history. I think that’s pretty absurd that we get the chance to play for the platinum pass,” Gottlieb stated. “We’re going to fire as much as we need to. Even if you get close to it, you get okay money for the final table. I’m hoping that they’re going to hand out a couple more passes, that this isn’t it. It would be cool to play a $25K. First place is going to be absurd but I’m going to be comfortable because of my familiarity with the spots. I’m hoping that I’ve been channeling it all for the deep run in main.” Does the first Platinum Pass in New Jersey have Ross Gottlieb’s name on it? He’ll soon find out.
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