Jan 19, 2014 |

The Week That Was: Borgata Chip Scandal & PCA Results

The Week That Was takes a look back on the biggest stories in the poker world. Though January has been freezing for most of the country the poker world basked on the warm Bahamian beaches for the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure. But Event 1 for the Borgata Winter Open gave way to one the worst live […]

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Jan 18, 2014 |

Chip Scandal Forces Cancellation of Borgata Winter Poker Open Event

The New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement officially cancelled the opening event of the 2014 Borgata Winter Poker Open after determining that a “significant number of counterfeit chips” had been introduced during the first two days of play. The tournament, which had a $2 million guaranteed prizepool, was suspended prior to play beginning on Friday with […]

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Oct 10, 2013 |

Borgata Receives First NJ Internet Gaming Permit

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement issued its first Internet gaming permit to the Borgata Hotel and Casino yesterday. The move followed a memo last week from DGE Director David Rebuck to all 12 of the Atlantic City casinos, informing them that the DGE is still targeting November 26 as the “go-live” date for […]

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