This is a new release card from bicycle called the Eco. These cards are crafted from sustainable forest paper, and feature a starch based laminating glue and vegetable based printing inks to keep them eco-friendly. These cards are completely recyclable.
We like the thought of a friendly game of poker being okay, and we also like the thought of not being raided by cops when we get out our poker chipos. The South Carolina government is finally moving on repairing what many consider ineffective and archaic laws governing social gambling, and allowing social poker games. Now this doesn't mean you can just gamble it up, but it does look less likely they'll raid your Wednesday night game.
Looks like Full Tilt Poker is being investigated for money laundering, and many high profile players are being called to testify in a rather vague grand jury.
Full Tilt Poker, the world's second-largest online poker site, is under investigation by a federal grand jury. High-profile poker players and founding representatives Howard Lederer and Chris "Jesus" Ferguson were both named as quarries in the case.
"FBI agents or prosecutors have spoken to at least two people involved in disputes with Full Tilt, paying special attention to the possibility of money-laundering violations," reports the Financial Times of London.
SpadeClub is making poker fantasies and dreams come true by awarding members with seats to the 2010 World Series of Poker. For 2010, SpadeClub has something special in store, with six seats in total being awarded. Starting today, members can start playing in daily qualifiers, looking to make their way to the $12K World Series Final on June 20. The winner of the final event will receive a $12,000 World Series prize package, which includes the $10,000 buy-in for the 2010 main event plus $2,000 to cover travel expenses and accommodations.