Tag Archives: pokerscout.com
- Weekly Poll – Is it okay that PokerScout is profiting from Bodog’s data without permission?
October 3, 2014
[polldaddy poll=8330446] It has been a long-running battle between Bodog and the data-tracking site, PokerScout.com. Despite Bodog’s refusal to be included in PokerScout.com’s listing, the tracking site still publish “estimated data” from Bodog Poker Network, which is why we decided to ask our readers, “Is it okay that PokerScout is...
- Weekly Poll – Will Roger Goodell be the NFL’s commissioner week 1 of the 2015 season?
September 25, 2014
[polldaddy poll=8315470] Roger Goodell, who appears to have lied about not having seen the video of Ray Rice punching his wife Janay Palmer in a New Jersey Casino elevator before suspending the running back for just two games, is on the hot seat as NFL commissioner. Sportsbooks have created prop...
- Bodog questions the point of PokerScout’s estimated data
September 22, 2014
PokerScout relies wholly on accurate data so why would they carry data from companies they cannot measure? Carrying figures for Bodog simply undermines the credibility of their product as there is no way of estimating player numbers with anonymous tables. Apart from the fact that this is confidential and proprietary...
- Bodog Poker Network Vanishes from PokerScout.com
July 21, 2013
The long-running battle between the Bodog Poker Network and Dan Stewart’s online poker traffic-reporting site PokerScout.com appeared to be over, at least for a day. Sometime Thursday, the Bodog Poker Network vanished from PokerScout.com’s rankings for 24 hours. For several years, the Bodog Poker Network has waged a public campaign...
- PokerScout.com Continues Selling Myths
January 24, 2013
It’s been a little over a year since the Bodog Poker Network put systems in place to block unscrupulous data-miners and third party applications from scraping poker site data without permission and then selling said data to others for a handsome profit. Bodog’s strategy has worked well; the top data-miners...
- South Point could be first site to go live in Nevada; Tracking sites adds cash games; Zynga appoints female to board
July 20, 2012
Land-based Vegas casino business South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa has claimed that it’ll be the first to offer real-money online play as early as this September. eGR North America report that CEO Michael Gaughan is confident that if South Point Poker’s licence is approved by the Nevada Gaming Control...
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PokerScout.com’s Extortion Attempt
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