Weekly Roundup September 12 2014

Weekly Roundup September 12 2014

More Full Tilt Poker Remission Payments Coming

The Garden City Group announced that 600 more players will receive payments from the Full Tilt Poker fraud fund.  The amount totals about $2 million.  These players can expect to be paid by the end of September.  The window for filing a Full Tilt Poker claim closed last week.  Players that previously filed a claim but have yet to receive payment are still considered active unless the application has already been rejected.  Check out Fulltiltpokerclaims.com for more details.

Equity Poker Passes Winning Poker Network

The Equity Poker Network is now the third largest U.S.-facing online poker network.  It passed the Winning Poker Network this week, according to PokerScout.  Equity Poker has been paying overlays on many of its major tournaments.  It is also known to have some of the best games in the online poker world.  Equity Poker includes Poker Host, Full Flush Poker and 5Dimes.

New Jersey to Link to International Player Pools?

New Jersey State Senator Ray Lesniak has been a leading advocate for regulated online gaming in New Jersey and across the United States.  He gave an interview to PokerNews this week that hinted New Jersey players may be linked to international player pools in the future.  He also hinted at a major investment PokerStars will make in the future in New Jersey.  The interview is definitely worth a read.


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