Greg Raymer Speaks After Recent ArrestPublished on March 28th, 2013 4:59 pm EST
1. Greg Raymer Speaks.
A few weeks ago, 2004 World Series of Poker champion Greg Raymer was arrested during a prostitution sting.
Raymer made his first public comments since the arrest earlier today when he conducted an "AMA" (Ask Me Anything) on Flopturnriver.com (link below).
Raymer briefly commented on the arrest, saying that he was "truly sorry for the pain and suffering I've caused my wife, daughter, and family, as well as for any disappointment or difficulties I've seen to my friends and fans."
Raymer's comment on his arrest, as well as the rest of the AMA, can be found by clicking the link below:
2. Mega Pot Limit Omaha Event Coming to Pokerstars?
According to high stakes cash game player Ashton Griffin, a Pot Limit Omaha version of the "All-Star Showdown" is likely coming to Pokerstars in April:
"Playing in this 100k 1 vs 1 pot limit omaha tourney in April. Should get about 8-12 players. I'm a big favorite to be the rustiest player."
Pokerstars held their first "All-Star Showdown" in the fall of 2012, with players such as Isaac Haxton, Phil Galfond and Daniel Cates participating.
The Pot Limit Omaha version of this event looks to be coming to Pokerstars next month..
3. Bwin.Party Shares.
After dropping below 100 per share in the summer of 2012, shares of Bwin.Party have recovered nicely over the past number of months and are currently trading for 143.60 per share.
The main catalyst behind the recent run in shares of Bwin.Party has been the developments in Nevada and New Jersey and their recently changed online gaming laws.
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