I have been following “pokernews” on Twitter for some time. Every day there is a seemingly new post that interests various levels of poker players. They call themselves “The #1 source for poker news, reviews, live reporting, videos, and game strategy.” After following them, I believe it – and it’s worldwide. But, visiting the resources provided at the website is even more exhilarating.
They also include:
- Live Reporting of Tournaments with streaming from all over the world.
- Up-to-the-minute News Stories
- Videos, ranging from coverage of after-Tournament Parties at Monte Carlo
(Europe) to basic strategy to WSOP Tour coverage
- Poker Rooms covering online and mapping American Poker Rooms.
- Following the most important players of the time, their tweets, and their rankings.
It is an awesome some for any poker enthusiast or advantage player.
They also provide Popular posts of the week and month. One of last month’s popular posts, for example, was concerning the day everything changed as far as online poker in the United States is concerned – Black Friday, April 15th, 2011. On that date, the U.S. Department of Justice unsealed a 52-page indictment against top executives of PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, and Absolute Poker, as well as a civil complaint against those companies. Those named in the indictment faced years in prison while the civil complaint sought $3 billion in assets from the sites. PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker immediately stopped serving U.S. players. Here’s the link below:
So pokernews.com is a must resource for ALL poker players. It will be added to the Gambling resources links in our side bar.