Erik Ryland co-hosts. Updating last week's story, Jay "WhoJedi" Newnum indeed was caught stealing $700 in dealer tips at Foxwoods, using chopsticks and duct tape. The poker media comes under fire for shying away from covering the Newnum situation, given that he was one of their own. Lock Poker drops all but 3 of their pros, and site traffic is down to fewer than 100 players. A possible connection is found between Lock Poker and a Vancouver realty company. Lee Jones of Pokerstars confirms that they will return to Barcelona Arts in 2014, despite laptop thefts and hotel security's role in the crime. Brandon "CompleteDonk" Barnes pulls a nasty scam on the high limit community of 2+2. A lobbyist takes to Twitter to bash safety of existing legalized online poker sites. Cantor Gaming pays out $5.5 million to settle allegations of illegal sportsbetting. Resorts World Casino in NYC lays off 175 employees after pay raise, but who is in the right? New Jersey releases numbers for online gaming for the final 41 days of 2013. Ryland talks about his New Year's in New York City. David Williams joins the cult-like Choice Center. Is Steve Dannenmann the next Tom Vu? Poker players loses $150,000 in home invasion robbery.
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase