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  1. The World Series of Poker Colossus, which starts Friday with the first set of flights, will likely go down as the largest-field live tournament in history. Reportedly, we could see as many as 20,000 entrants at $565 a pop. The tournament has a $5 million guaranteed prize pool and, after seeing a ton of buzz on PocketFives, we caught up with Caesars Interactive Entertainment Vice President Seth Palansky to give you a leg up when it comes to navigating the melee. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training vide
  2. For the last seven years, PokerNewshas held the exclusive rights to report live from the World Series of Poker, creating a rich experience for viewers through chip counts, hand updates, live interviews, videos, podcasts, and more. But according to WSOP Vice President of Corporate Communications Seth Palansky, that relationship won't continue into the 2015 series. "There was once a day we got paid a significant amount by a third-party to provide live reporting and split the traffic," Palansky told F5Poker. "Those days are gone." He explained, however, that the situation had reversed,
  3. The 2019 World Series of Poker got off to a roaring start. Several tournaments were up in year-over-year attendance, the Big 50 set a record as the largest live poker tournament ever held, and the first of the new Deepstack tournaments drew a wall-bursting 6,150 entries. "It's been an exceptional start to the WSOP in terms of attendance," Seth Palansky, WSOP Vice President of Corporate Communications, told PocketFives. "The confluence of our 50th edition, the overhaul in structures to add more starting chips, and slower-structured events are certainly key factors. Along with a few scheduling
  4. Twitter has been busy on Thursday after allegations of cheating were brought against Valeriu Cocain the $10,000 No Limit Hold'em Heads-Up event at the World Series of Poker. It's important to note that Coca has not been found to be in violation of any WSOP rule thus far. --- Tournament Poker Edgeis the only poker training site dedicated exclusively to MTTs and features over 1,000 training videos, blogs, articles, podcasts and a dedicated strategy forum for members. Check Tournament Poker Edge out on Twitter. --- Connor blanconegroDrin
  5. On Tuesday, 888Holdings released its financial figures for 2014and among the highlights was word that a compact between Nevada and Delaware to pool online poker traffic is close to being a reality. As a matter of fact, the company said it had already achieved "successful deployment of shared poker network across states of Delaware and Nevada in March 2015, creating significant competitive edge for 888 and its operating partners." Tweets circulating in recent days, as well as chatter on PocketFives, indicate there are a significant number of questions as to what games will actually be pooled
  6. In recent days, word broke that PokerNews would no longer be providing exclusive live updates of the World Series of Poker. Instead, WSOP officials will take on the task of providing live updates themselves. We've heard the WSOP's side of the story from Vice President Seth Palansky. Now, PocketFives sat down with Matt Parvis (pictured), Chief Creative Office of iBus Media, which owns PokerNews, to get his take on the world of live reporting, what happened regarding the 2015 WSOP, and the future of the My Stack app. PocketFives: Talk about the financial relationship PokerNews has for cover
  7. According to iGaming Businessand other outlets, 888 Holdings, which runs 888 Poker, has turned in a record-breaking 2014 calendar year with revenues of $455 million. That figure is up 14% over 2013 and, as outlined by IGB, "888 has announced a final dividend at 4.5 cents per ordinary share as well as an additional one-off dividend of 7.0 cents per share." 888 CEO Brian Mattingley (pictured) commented on the strong showing, "2014 was another record-breaking year for 888 during which we again delivered strong growth in revenue and profitability. This outstanding result reflects the fundamenta
  8. In breaking news Tuesday, the World Series of Poker added a new bracelet event as part of the 2019 WSOP schedule. Starting Monday, July 8, the 'Final Fifty' has a $50,000 buy-in and makes for the 90th gold bracelet event of the summer. WSOP officials confirmed the addition of the event shortly after it hit the website and began making the rounds on social media. As it is an open gold bracelet tournament, the Final Fifty will count towards WSOP Player of the Year rankings. "I don't think it has a huge effect [on WSOP Player of the Year] because it was added in enough time," Daniel Negrean
  9. Earlier this week, Judge Paul Barbadoro of the US District Court concluded that the Wire Act only applied to sports betting. As a result, the World Series of Poker confirmed all online gold bracelet events will be available to players in both Nevada and New Jersey. "I hereby declare that § 1084(a) of the Wire Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1084(a), applies only to transmissions related to bets or wagers on a sporting event or contest," Barbadoro wrote in conclusion. "The 2018 OLC Opinion is set aside." The new opinion came following the Department of Justice’s claim that the Wire Act applied to all fo
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