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Betfair pays out early on 'no' votes in Scottish independence vote, but Calvin Ayre supports Scots making their own decision.

Lee continues his confessions series by trying to answer, ‘How is it possible to write so much?’ by introducing people to the three sirs.

Lee Davy ponders the attraction of poker marketing and comes up with five ideas of his own.

10-more players have found the $1m buy-in necessary to participate in the most lucrative poker tournament the world has ever seen

Women in Poker Hall of Fame have announced that Allyn Jaffrey Shulman and Deborah Giardina will be inducted as the Class of 2014.

Lee Davy reminds everyone of the consequences from a simple loss of control.

The CPC has fallen short of their guarantees in the first two competitions, as the free money goes the way of Sachin Bhargava in Event #2.

Lee Davy continues his confessions series by handing out some advice on how to get a job as a live tournament reporter.

Two Plus Two Publishing LLC have won a courtroom heads-up battle against ‘Dutch’ Boyd that will hit the two-time WSOP bracelet winner

When it comes to talk of poker legalization, the online game gets a ton of press, and understandably so.

World Series of Poker Asia-Pacific has announced its 2014 schedule set to take place Oct 2-18 at the Crown Melbourne in Australia

Caesars Palace to host the WSOP Warm-Up series Apr 25 - May 4, as the clock counts down towards the biggest poker show on earth.

Blair Hinkle creates history after defending his Council Bluffs main event title, and becoming first player to win three at same location.

Lee Davy questions the sensibility of allowing the use of HUDs in NJ and asks if American online poker market is learning from the mistakes

The WSOP announce the final plans for the WSOP National Championships event due to take place at Bally’s Atlantic City May 22-24.

The scope of the partnership between the WSOP and the Rangers apparently involves cross-promotion more than anything else

Lee Davy gives his opinion on the World Series of Poker’s decision to guarantee $10m for the first prize in the $10,000 WSOP Main Event.

The BIG ONE for ONE DROP returns to the WSOP for its second incarnation and the $1m seats are already filling up pretty fast.