Lee Davy sits down for a chinwag with the games' youngest-ever Triple Crown winner, Jake Cody.
This week, the emphasis is very much on the player, as Victoria Coren resigns from PokerStars; Neil Channing joins Sky Poker and much more.
After years of attempts at raising a home grown online poker industry, California may be moving toward some kind of resolution in 2015.
Victoria Coren Mitchell has resigned from her position as a sponsored member of PokerStars Team Pro.
The 10th Annual eGaming Review Operator Awards held at The Roundhouse, London on Monday 24th of November.
PokerStars.com to launch blackjack, roulette on market-by-market basis, sports betting in 2015 along with "full-featured" mobile/web casino.
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 second half of the FIFA World Cup helps push Spain's regulated online gambling market revenue up 19% in the third quarter of 2014.
Amaya Gaming's Q3 revenue rises 519% thanks to PokerStars and Full Tilt acquisitions; Ongame sold to NYX Gaming.
PokerStars have agreed to look into the problem caused by seating scripts with a two-stage process aimed at improving the situation.