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  1. The end-of-season World Poker Tour Championship is on the move. This year, the tournament will move across the United States from its old digs at the Bellagio in Las Vegas to the Borgata in Atlantic City. The action begins on April 21 and features the New Jersey Championship of Online Poker, or NJCOP, running alongside it, giving players the chance to battle offline and online. Sign up for PartyPoker New Jerseyand sign up for Borgata Poker today. WPT President Adam Pliska commented in a press release that a change of scenery for the WPT Championship should provide a fresh start: "After 11 y
  2. The biggest news story last week was the licensure of PokerStars in New Jersey. When the site will launch isn't clear, but what we do know is the world's largest online poker room returning to the US for the first time since Black Friday will have major ramifications for the industry. The Snowball Effect One of the major effects of New Jersey officials licensing PokerStars has to do with the prospects of the site getting licensed in other states, current or future, that will allow online gambling. As PokerNews' Chad Holloway put it on Twitter, "Going to be hard for opponents & legislat
  3. The PartyPokerNetwork experienced serious technical difficulties with the Garden State Super Series and other tournaments on Sunday night. One of the most anticipated weekends in New Jersey online poker, therefore, ended in great disappointment. The GSSS was set to host six tournaments on Sunday with a combined guaranteed prize pool of $370,000. This would have been among the most money up for grabs on any given weekend since regulated online poker launched in New Jersey back in November 2013. Midway through Event #12, which had a $200,000 guarantee, play stopped, leaving many to wonder

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