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  1. While players in the state of Pennsylvania await the launch of PA online poker, there has been plenty of action in the live poker scene across the Keystone State. October has offered players multiple opportunities to get out of the house and into the card rooms to battle over large prize pools and the chance to a trophy or two to their collection. In addition to the upcoming WPTDeepStacks tour setting up shop at the Rivers Casino Pittsburgh starting on October 17, the Parx Casino Big Stax XXXI festival Main Event wrapped up this week bringing to a close nearly a month’s worth of action fro
  2. Despite seemingly persistent rumors that Pennsylvania is on the verge of finally getting an online poker room, another month has passed without a hand of real money regulated online poker being dealt. It’s been two years since Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed the bill into law that would allow for legalized online gaming to take place. And it’s been over three months since July 15, the official launch date of online gaming in the state. While citizens of the Keystone State have been able to bet on sports and play in various online casinos, poker is still nowhere to be seen in the marke
  3. With an eye toward online gambling legalization, Pennsylvania's Parx Casino (pictured) has inked a deal with Irish software maker GameAccount to provide a "gaming-as-entertainment" online experience for its customers. --- PocketFives' news coverage is brought to you by Betsafe, one of the leading suppliers of online gaming products worldwide and a major sponsor of Gumball 3000. Sign up now for great bonuses, €3,000,000 guaranteed monthly, and plenty of live events! --- GameAccount launched the service, known as Simulated Gaming, early this year in order to tap into the burgeoning
  4. Pennsylvania’s Parx Casino wrapped up their popular Big Stax XXXII poker series this week after thousands of PA poker players traveled just outside of Philadelphia for their shot at what amounted to over $2.4 million in total prize pools. The series, which took place from January 30 - February 26, featured 10 core events and promised players the opportunity to turn a modest buy-in into a bankroll building score. [ptable zone=“GG Poker”][ptable zone=“Party Poker NJ”][ptable zone=“Global Poker Article Ad”] Daniel Sweeney Wins Opening Event The final three players in the Big Stax 300 open
  5. Pennsylvania online poker players have been grinding away on PokerStars PA for a few months now, but in February some of the best poker players from the Tri-State area will be heading to Parx Casino. The Big Stax XXXII is an 11-event series running February 5 - 26 at Parx Casino in Bensalem, PA, just 30 minutes outside of Philadelphia. Buy-ins range from $80 up to $1,100. While there are 11 events on the schedule there are three that stand out from the rest, the Big Stax 300, the Big Stax 500, and the Big Stax 1100. Big Stax 300 This $340 buy-in event has four starting flights beginning o
  6. It was nearly a generation ago when there was a deep divide between ‘online’ players and their ‘live pro’ counterparts. Nowadays, just about everyone who knows about the game of poker realizes that, for those that afforded the ability to play online poker, the online and live games complement each other more than ever. While PA online poker players continue to wait for their state-regulated poker sites to launch, there are still a number of options to get in some check-raising and three-betting in the Keystone State. One caveat though, you're going to have to put on pants. Harrah’s Philadep
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