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Lee Davy provides a weekly round up of poker news including the headlines from the SSCOOP, a bidding war for Bwin.Party, and much more.

Alex Dreyfus plans to make the GPI the ‘Poker Entertainment Company’ after unveiling plans to beta test his new TV studios this weekend.

Full Tilt has released plans to launch The Stack, with $750,000 worth of guarantees and a chance to win a package to watch UFC 189.

Lee Davy sits down with Carl Pion, founder of Global Poker Link, and a man with a lot of plans for the betterment of the poker community.

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Lee Davy continues his confessions series with a look at the way poker unites people, who under normal circumstances, would never have met.

Lee Davy catches up with Andrew Chen, during the WPT Amsterdam Main Event, to talk about his recent Facebook post made in anger.

Lee Davy closes down his coverage of the EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo with news of side events victories for Palumbo, Koon & Yaroshevsky.

A quartet of professional poker players has beaten a form of artificial intelligence in a series of Heads-Up No Limit Hold’em contests.

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Chris Moorman bags his 25th online Triple Crown, and first PokerStars Sunday 500 victory; Partypoker Grand Prix Million facing huge overlay.

Lee talks about the dichotomy presented by revealing truths within the industry that whilst entertaining could harm the industry’s growth.

Raising for Effective Giving, founded by Liv Boeree, Philipp Gruissem, and Igor Kurganov, has released its Q1 2015 results.

Lee Davy sits down with Poker Night in America star Samantha Abernathy to talk about the forces that dragged her to Europe and much more.

Mark Rubenstein has won the Mid States Poker Tour Firekeepers Casino after beating Bill Rogers, on his way to the $142,637 first prize.

Eddy Sabat wins the 2015 California State Poker Championships after agreeing a three-way deal with Vargas & Tushnet handing him the trophy.

Jason Mercier has defeated Ryan Franklin in heads-up action, taking his third Spring Championships of Online Poker title in less than a week.

Lee Davy catches up with Ranking Hero co-founder, Nicolas Levi, to talk about the social media network’s latest development: The Hero Score.

A round up of the big name news from the first half of the SCOOP, including a record breaking win for Calvin Anderson, and much more.

Daniel ‘Jungleman’ Cates has declared his intention to appear at the Microgaming Poker Network’s Poker Tour stop at Tbilisi.

Lee Davy talks to Dominik Nitsche about flow, the Joe Ingram podcast and his view on the new Twitch phenomenon.

Farid Yachou, has won the WPT Amsterdam Main Event, to take the first prize of $239,559, and a seat in the WPT World Championships.

Lee shares his thoughts on the main talking points to arise from the annual World Series of Poker media conference call held this week.

PokerNews Managing Editor, Chad Holloway, has created a one of a kind comic book combining the genre of zombies and the poker.

Full Tilt has been successful in their attempt to secure the appropriate licensing to offer their product to the Danish market.

A cracking week of poker news to catch up on including live tournament victories for Adrian Mateos, Charlie Carrel and much more.

Damjam Radanov wins the WSOPC Main Event in Harrah’s New Orleans, after beating David Nicholson, to take the $174,514 first prize.

Lee Davy sits down to Sorel Mizzi & Bryn Kenney to talk about a wide range of topics: from farting at the tables, feeding the beast & more.

Lee Davy continues his confessions series with a look at the way poker unites people, who under normal circumstances, would never have met.

Shakeeb Kazemipur has won the LAPT8 Main Event in Panama City. He defeated Olga Iermolcheva to take the first prize of $180,112.

PokerStars created two more online poker millionaires, after players from Taiwan & Bulgaria won the Challenge All-In Shootout final tables.

Lee Davy catches up with Andrew Chen, during the WPT Amsterdam Main Event, to talk about his recent Facebook post made in anger.

Jason Wheeler wins the WPT Amsterdam High Roller, after beating Jack Salter, in heads-up action, to take the first prize of €125,000.

With the SCOOP currently underway, PlaySCOOP is also underway w/ over 40 different tournaments, and millions in play money dollars on hand.