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Following is a timeline of the poker news stories covered during the week of November 13-19, 2017 here at PartTimePoker.

Monday, November 13th

– The world’s largest poker site — PokerStars — announced an all-new High Roller Series that will begin November 26th and run through December 4th. Online tournament buy-ins will range from $1,500 to $10,000 USD with many of today’s top for-profit players expected to compete. There will be a $2 million guaranteed Main Event that starts on Sunday, November 3rd.

– The use of Protection Poker‘s Action Clock at major WPT live events has received mostly positive feedback, which means players could see a further proliferation of time banks in live poker tournaments in 2018.

– Poker media continues to speculate as to when real money online poker will go live in Pennsylvania.

– Episode 7 of GrinderSchool’s instruction video series is released. Our readers can check out how to incorporate HUD overlays while playing Sit & Go poker tournaments competitively here.

Tuesday, November 14th

The WPT Montreal Main Event played down to 16 players as longtime poker player Tony Dunst is named the new WPT televised poker anchor for 2018, replacing all-star announcer Mike Sexton.

Chris Ferguson becomes the 2017 WSOP “Player of The Year” as poker players, media and fans opine on whether the former Full Tilt Poker co-owner is good or bad for the modern-day poker business.

– ETA for regulated online poker games in the state of Pennsylvania is mid-2018, according to some industry analysts.

– Move over Phil Hellmuth… 2006 WSOP Main Event champion Jamie Gold claims to be “halfway” to his career goal of raising $1 billion USD for charitable causes.

– Episode 8 of the GrinderSchool’s video series takes an in-depth look at a Sit & Go live session.

Wednesday, November 15th

The Stars Group announced its 3Q-2017 earnings recently, which showed growth for its online poker, casino and sports wagering services. Poker still accounts for roughly two-thirds of the company’s revenue stream, but its other verticals are growing at a much faster rate.

– New Jersey has broken its own record for yearly online gambling revenue in 2017, with two months remaining on the calendar. The Garden State’s regulated online casino business is booming, but poker revenues are down nearly 20 percent.

– King’s Casino owner Leon Tsoukernik filed a counter suit for $10 million USD, claiming that he was taken advantage of by Matt Kirk and Aria Las Vegas staff after losing millions in loaned money in a poker game then refusing to pay it back.

– The United Kingdom Gambling Commission (UKGC) announced it will focus on raising standards for regulated online operators in upcoming months.

– CoinPoker, a cryptocurrency-based poker room, is backed by former PokerNews owner Tony G. The pre-ICO has launched and is scheduled to end December 1st.

– Episode 9 of our free video series from GrinderSchool delves more into Sit & Go play with another live session clip which you can access here.

Thursday, November 16th

– The world’s biggest real money online poker winner Phil Ivey throws his hat into the cryptocurrency ring by becoming an advisor for Virtue Poker.

I'm excited to announce that I will be joining Ethereum-based @Virtue_Poker as a strategic advisor https://t.co/EM0MfyjHpv

— Phil Ivey (@philivey) November 16, 2017


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