Those who are regular players at PokerStars will be interested to know the kind of rewards program changes that the company is announcing for the coming year.
Indeed, PokerStars rules the roost when it comes to online poker rooms and its rewards programs make all the difference.
The changes that would be introduced were announced about a week back and it has intimated its customers through email notifications to that effect. There was a post on the same topic that was published on the blog on the site in October. There are certain important changes that are worth noting. For instance, StarsCoin will be earned by all players including games like Full Tilt and poker games. One can also earn StarsCoin when they play casino action or indulge in sports wagering. There are other changes to note such as those who play high volumes or those who keep inactive accounts. Supernova is a status that would be achieved monthly and to achieve the same one would need to earn VPPs to the amount of 10,000. Continue reading “PokerStars Rewards Program Changes”
The world’s biggest gambling center has a brand new leader for its regulative body.
Asia Gaming Brief’s report suggested that Assistant Public Prosecutor-General Paulo Martins Chan will run Macau’s Gambling Inspection and Coordination Bureau effective 1st Dec.
Manuel Joaquim das Neves, the current gambling regulator, who has been at the head of Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau for around 18 years and has seen Macau’s historic rise and also dealt with its accompanying challenges, last month said that he would retire. His term is over on 25th Nov.
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Poker offers multifarious opportunities for the young and experienced players equally. The world has always overlooked young whiz kids who are tenaciously set to realize their potential, when the youthful get the opportunity to shine, they always do so. One of the youngest poker professional players who have performed incredibly well at globally significant tournaments is James Mackey.
He received the limelight when he brought a final table at the World Series of Poker $5,000 buyin NLHE tournament down to rake in plethora amounts of money and a bracelet. Horning his skills when poker had already digitalized to include virtual games, he has not hesitated to spread his wings even wider. He plays online and live tournaments where he has performed excellently. Poring over his compact poker resume and brief experience in the casinos show young players have latent talent and experience though a germane factor is not always conclusive. Continue reading “James Mackey Earnings show poker is a lucrative field”