Natalie Summers

Natalie is our resident poker pro with many years of experience in this gambling scene. She first discovered her love for poker during a university event on campus and has continued this passion ever since.

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Daniel Negreanu Announces WSOPE 2019 Investment Package

In May, Poker Hall of Famer Daniel Negreanu surprised poker fans when he decided to put up his WSOP 2019 action for sale with a zero mark-up. Unlike other poker players who had been selling their WSOP action on popular poker staking websites such as PokerStaking and YouStake, Negreanu opted to sell his 2019 WSOP […]

PokerStars Decreases Cash Game Table Cap from 24 to 4

PokerStars has been working hard to refine its range of products in order to match the needs of recreational players. The most recent move in this regard was the introduction of table caps on ring games, a move that they say is set to significantly increase the speed of gameplay. The drastic change that has […]

Partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Europe To Run from Aug. 9 – 18

Still up for some more fun and exciting poker action? Well, all heads are turning to King’s Resort on the German border in Rozvadov, the Czech Republic which will be hosting the partypoker LIVE MILLIONS Europe beginning August 9 all the way to August 18. PokerGO will be on hand to stream all the exciting […]

Apple’s Texas Hold’em Returns to the App Store

The year has been quite an eventful one for gamblers who use iPhones. Recently, Apple released some new guidelines pertaining to the development of native apps by gambling operators. As expected, this has had a huge impact on how gamers access their favorite casino games especially as companies adjust so as to be in compliance […]

Belianin Gets DQ’d and Arrested at WSOP Main Event

Russian poker pro Georgii Belianin was disqualified from the WSOP Main Event, issued a ban from entering Caesars properties and then arrested upon attempting to trespass. Belianin Gets in Trouble After Being Disqualified from WSOP Main Event Day 1C of the World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event was all set to start business as […]

Loot Boxes Aren’t Poker, But Are They Kinder Eggs?

Electronic Arts is one of the companies that has the most to lose if loot boxes, an in-game purchasable good, are ever found to be a form of gambling. With the company already taking fire from Belgium and the Netherlands, where these devices have been banned, EA has the important task to convince UK Members […]

Triton Poker Set to Host Largest-Ever Buy-in Tournament

This August, the Triton Super High Roller Series will be breaking yet another record by hosting the largest-ever buy-in tournament in the history of poker. Set to go down in London, the high-profile poker event will kick off on July 31 and will end on August 7. During this period, the poker operator will host […]

Industry Pros Launch New Training Sites for Poker & Esports

It is always great to see professionals and stars in various fields getting involved, participating or starting up initiatives that are meant to make their respective industries much better. In fact, a lot of progress in the fields of skill-based games such as poker and competitive video games has been through such activities. A number […]

Online Poker in Deep Freeze as NY Focuses on Sports Betting

On Wednesday, a widely viewed and anticipated hearing that was focused on the future of sports betting in New York went down. At the hearing, the stakeholders explicitly discussed whether or not to authorize mobile betting on sporting activities in the near future. With the state’s sports betting already on tap, the lawmakers have now […]

The Online Poker Bot Epidemic Is Still a Big Problem

Recently, a Twitch stream showcased a rather obvious bot, a situation that prompted the Winning Poker Network (WPN) and its premiere site, Americas Cardroom (ACR) to institute a reimbursement policy for all the players that have been cheated by bots on the companies’ online poker platforms. While this is a very noble gesture from the […]