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News Flash

We find interesting news pieces concerning poker, gaming, gambling law, and all of the combinations that bring it together; tossing in a few things upon occasion that really have nothing to do with any of the above. In case you missed them in our daily News Flash, here's the rewind for your reading pleasure:

Push for Devilfish PHoF Nomination

Many poker pros and David "Devilfish" Ulliot's family are pushing for Ulliot's nomination into the Poker Hall of Fame.

Erick Lindgren Bankruptcy in the Cards

A report up at states that Erick Lindgren is filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the second time.

PokerDealer Wins 2015 WSOP Monster Stack

Perry Shiao left Florida as a poker dealer about three weeks ago to test the waters at the 2015 World Series of Poker.

Broke Living Talks Summer & Home Owner

John-Robert Bellande@BrokeLivingJRB — has graced our News Flash and a number of news articles many times.

Brian "$tinger 88" Hastings Big Score

Brian Hastings hit the World Series Of Poker running. He was ready for a big win and so confident that he would win, he bet big on himself.

Las Vegas Sands Corp

A Clark County district judge has been asked by two organizations to unseal documents that may reveal the Las Vegas Sands Corp has something hiding underneath its skirts.

#14 For Phil Hellmuth

Phil Hellmuth won gold bracelet #14 in the 2015 WSOP Event #17: $10,000 Razz Championship. Along with the gold, he claimed $271,105 for a first-place prize!

Cheating at WSOP

The allegations of cheating at the 2015 WSOP erupted on the TwoPlusTwo forum when Connor Drinan posted about Valeriu Coca's tournament play.

Colossus Won by Cord Garcia

The World Series of Poker Event #5: THE COLOSSUS $565 No Limit Hold'em event has been the subject of our News Flash for the last three days.

The Colossus Cause of Colossal Problems?

The first issue that kicked up the irritation level of players concerning the WSOP Colossus was the first-place prize coming in at $638,880.

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