Steve Wynn is passing on Atlantic City, again, as Wynn Interactive has withdrawn its application to conduct Internet gambling in New Jersey.

Lee Davy takes a deeper look at the four-blog posts that PokerStars Team Pro, Daniel Negreanu, wrote over the Christmas period.

Lee Davy takes a look back at a very quiet week in poker to bring you news from three very prominent poker players.

The APAT has released the schedule for the seventh annual World Championships of Amateur Poker (WCOAP).

The WSOP gave a sneak peek of a 2015 schedule that includes a $565 buy-in event dubbed The Colossus carrying a guaranteed prize pool of $5m.

With Christmas coming up next week, this is a great time to look back at some of my favorites from throughout 2014.

Stephen Graner has defeated Anton Bertilsson, in heads-up action, to capture the €969,000 first prize at the EPT Main Event in Prague.

Andrey Zaichenko has defeated Levinskas, in heads-up action, to capture the EPT Prague High Roller title, and €487,180 in prize money.

Jacob Bazeley defeats Chad Deberry, in heads-up action, to capture his first-ever WSOP title, in the $1,675 Main Event at Harrah’s Cherokee.

Lee Davy sits down with Rhys ‘Floppinhel’ Jones, to talk about poker nicknames, sharing a house with poker players, and much more.

Lee Davy reviews the Victor Saumont documentary Nosebleed. A 90-minute peek into the lives of two high stakes online cash game players.

Lee Davy sits down with the GPI number one ranked Spanish player, Adrian Mateos, to talk about his decision to move to London and much more.

Albert Riera has been sacked by Udinese after failing to turn up for a match against Chievo because he was in Slovenia playing poker.

Becky Liggero talks Jason Robins of DraftKings. He talks about DraftKings' single day competition in fantasy sports league.

Lee Davy comes to the aid of the lazy with another round-up of all the top news stories from the past week in poker.

The 2014 WSOP is officially in the history books now that Martin Jacobson of Sweden has won the Main Event.

Lee Davy continues his confessions series with his view on the final table of the WSOP Main Event, and in particular, Martin Jacobson.

The 2014 WSOP Main Event has come to a close and Martin Jacobson of Sweden is its champion.