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The ever-popular Omaholic Series returns to GGPoker from November 13 and brings with it combined guarantees that weigh in at a cool $5 million. Online poker players are used to playing for big money in No-Limit Hold’em tournaments, but now it is the turn of Pot-Limit Omaha aficionados to bag themselves some huge prizes and prestige among the poker…

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GGPoker continues to make megabucks poker accessible to every poker fan regardless of the size of their bankroll, having announced its exclusive and player-friendly Road to WSOP Europe online qualifying set-up for the upcoming extravaganza. The World Series of Poker Europe will be held at the King’s Resort in Rozvadov, Czech Republic – one of the world’s leading poker venues –…

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Following a successful Grand Prix KO Summer Edition earlier this year, PartyPoker invites lovers of progressive knockout tournaments to jump into the action in the Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition. Keep your schedules free between October 6-24 if you want to enjoy your fill of excellently structured PKO events. The Grand Prix KO Autumn Edition runs from October 6-24 and features 11 PKO…

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Three poker players have been arrested in Barcelona after allegedly cheating on a cruise ship, using distraction and sleight of hand techniques that may have netted them a five-figure sum. The trio, two Frenchmen and one from the UK, were arrested by Spanish police as the world’s largest cruise ship, the Wonder of the Seas, docked in Barcelona….

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September sees the summer haze fade away as the sun takes more of a back seat, and it’s time to retreat indoors… But who cares? Poker fans certainly don’t! In fact, any poker player worth their salt will be licking their lips at the prospect of kicking back and taking full advantage of the latest…

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If you didn’t get your fill of the World Series of Poker and their 101 bracelet events this summer, don’t worry. The WSOP will return with two online series, starting in August and ending in October. “No one wanted to see this year’s WSOP come to an end,” said WSOP Senior Vice President and Executive Director Ty Stewart. “However, in many ways, the…

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