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Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Top-10 reasons I've come around on late registration and re-entry
Casino City's Aaron Todd used to loathe re-entry and late registration in live poker tournaments. But thanks to a recent enlightening, he has come around on the issue.
Casino City Gang: Home game etiquette edition
Casino City's Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd discuss the push for online gaming in Massachusetts and California and the proper etiquette for poker home games -- especially if you're the new player.
Massachusetts Internet gambling hearing focuses on geolocation, payment processing issues
Geolocation and payment processing dominated the Internet gambling hearing hosted by the Massachusetts Gambling Commission at the Boston Convention Center on Tuesday.
Top-10 gambling and beverage pairings
Aaron Todd admits he's no expert when it comes to pairing food and wine, but if you're looking to pair your gambling game of choice with a beverage, he's got plenty of suggestions.
Top-10 ways to spend your Full Tilt money
Casino City's Aaron Todd was one of thousands of poker players to have their Full Tilt poker balances returned to them after nearly three years of waiting. Now Aaron lists the 10 best ways players can spend their "found money."
Top-10 poker player interviews
Inspired by Joe Hachem's recent interview with Bluff, Casino City's Aaron Todd lists his top-10 poker player interviews.
Top-10 non-poker card games you can bet on
Today, almost all of my card-playing wagers come in a game of poker. But there are plenty of non-poker games that you can bet on, and most of them are a lot of fun.
Top-10 moments from the 2013 WSOP final table
Aaron Todd looks back on the most memorable moments from this year's World Series of Poker final table.
Ryan Riess wins WSOP Main Event, $8.36 million
The 23-year-old from Michigan was in beast mode for most of the night as he dominated heads-up play against Jay Farber to win the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Riess completes 10-year journey from basement to World Champion
Ryan Riess was 14 years old when he started hosting $10 poker tournaments in his basement in Clarkston, Mich., on Friday nights. Ten years later, he claimed an $8.36 million first-place prize and the title World Champion at the 2013 World Series of Poker.
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