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Ralph Topping staying at William Hill -
The agreement with effect from January 2011 will see Topping receive GBP 600 000 in remuneration which may progress to levels around the upper quartile of the market
Wsop Event 21 -
Sunday also saw the start of the much-anticipated event 21: the $10,000 by-in Seven Card Stud Championship, which pulled in 126 entrants (down from last year's field of 150 and generated a prize pool of $1.18 million.
Wsop Event 20 -
$1,000 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em, 3 175 contestants registered Sunday, creating a prize pool of $2.86 million as the event launched.
Wsop Event 19 -
By midnight Sunday Vegas time the money bubble had popped at position 32, and the field was down to 18 players at level 17
Wsop Event 18 End Day 2 -
By Sunday, when the players returned for the second day, the field was down to 490 with Kenny Nguyen and Jon Lane leading and the money bubble calling at position 324
Wsop Event 17 Day 3 -
The third day of the event saw 17 survivors from day 2 returning to the felt Sunday with Friedman holding the lead and the field still carrying significant opposition
Wsop Event 15 Final Results -
The highly analytical poker pro and cash game specialist Brian Rast is this year's champion in the World Series of Poker event 15, earning his biggest pay day yet in the $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em competition.
More Details on GBP2.64 million jackpot -
Although he originally wanted to remain anonymous, the Sky Vegas big winner who recently hit a GBP2.64 million progressive jackpot on the Millionaire's Club slot revealed his identity over the weekend.
Another US Gambling Arrest : Jeremy D. Johnson -
An American man with business interests in Costa Rica, who is believed to be a high roller at land casinos and is alleged to have connections with online gambling e-processing, was arrested over the weekend whilst in transit through Phoenix airport.
Wsop Event 18 And Wsop Event 19 -
By the early hours of Sunday morning level 10 had been reached and there were just 650 players still competing, headed by Stuart Stone.
Wsop Event 17 -
Event 17 - the $1,500 H.O.R.S.E. attracted a field of 963 players - up 135 from 2010
Wsop Event 15 Day 2 -
Event 15 was a $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em contest which saw Ronald Lee leading a field olf 88 survivors as Day 2 play commenced.
Wsop Event 14 day 3 -
The third day of event 14, a $3,000 Limit Hold'em contest, saw the remaining 18 players quickly reach a final table with Brandon Demes leading the field.
Wsop Event 13 Final Results -
Wsop event 13, the $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout concluded after three days of action with Andrew Badecker claiming the bracelet and a first prize worth $369 371
Wsop Event 16 Results -
Hellmuth and Juanda clashed in a tough heads up at the end of the third and last day of the event following the elimination of Richard Ashby in third place by Hellmuth earlier in the evening.
Sequel to Rounders Poker Movie -
The Hollywood entertainment media is speculating that a sequel to the poker movie 'Rounders' may be in prospect following reports that stars Matt Damon and Edward Norton have been in discussions with the film's producers and screenwriters.
Wsop Event 17 : 6/11 -
Event 17, the $1,500 buy-in H.O.R.S.E. was the only competition to launch Friday but it attracted 963 players, well over expectations and generating a prize pool of $1,300,050.
Wsop Event 16 : 6/11 -
Approaching midnight Friday and at level 16 there were 14 players still in contention, led by Steve Sung.
Wsop Event 15 Update : 6/11 -
Event 15, the $1,500 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold'em recorded an initial entry field of 765 players - 115 up on last year's registrations. By Day 2 only 88 survived with Ronald Lee holding the chip lead when the remaining contestants returned to their seats Friday.
Wsop Event 14 Updates 6/11 -
Event 14, the $3,000 buy-in Limit Hold'em appeared to be running parallel with event 13 as 18 players took their seats Friday for the third day of the competition, all that remained of an initial field of 337.
Wsop Event 13 Update 6/11 -
In event 13: $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em Shootout, the sixteen survivors from an original entry field of 1 440 returned to the felt on Friday to find out who would take the bracelet and the $369 371 main prize for this event.
Atlantic City May numbers slide 9 percent -
Newly released figures show Atlantic City's casinos had to endure another decline in revenues in May, showing an across the board slide of 9 percent to $290.6 million when compared with those of May 2010.
Customers of betting exchanges are not leviable bookmakers -
A bitter dispute involving the British Horserace Betting Levy Board, the British Horseracing Association and major betting exchange Betfair has been resolved following expert legal advice on the question of whether customers of UK betting exchanges are capable of being leviable bookmakers.
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