Final Days To Claim Full Tilt Funds - The Pokerfuse Weekly Newsletter

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The final days for US players to file claims for recouping Full Tilt Funds are here and those that may be eligible are encouraged to file. As New Jersey moves closer to its launch date, we are learning more and more about which companies we will see in the market. The poker industry has stepped up to raise money for relief efforts following Typhoon Haiyan. Get all the details and more at pokerfuse.com .

Microgaming Gives Players the Chance to Achieve

A new "Achievements" feature aims to enhance the fun factor at MPN poker rooms.

The spread of social gaming features to real-money gaming continues as Microgaming (MPN) adds “Achievements” to its offering.

Achievements reward players with a badge that can be displayed at the table for completing a series of challenges.

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New Jersey Online Gaming: 888, Party, Ultimate Poker, Amaya, Caesars, Ballys Receive Approvals

PokerStars omitted from list as application "still being processed"--may still receive waiver by November 26.

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement released a new list of companies on Friday that will be allowed to conduct business in the state’s pending internet gaming space.

Among those included on the list are bwin.party, Betfair, Ultimate Poker, Caesars, Amaya/Ongame, Bally Technologies, 888 who can now prepare to launch their online gaming operations.

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PokerStars, Full Tilt Pledge Relief in Phillipines

PokerStars, the world largest online poker site, has launched efforts to help raise funds to assist those in the Philippines effected by the devastation caused by Super Typhoon Haiyan, one of the largest recorded storms in history.

Through PokerStars corporate giving program, Helping Hands, and with their partnership with global relief charity, CARE International, the online poker site is collecting and matching funds to provide shelter, water and food, to those who desperately need it most.

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The New US-Legal Online Poker Site That Gives You Real Money Every Day to Play

Quarter Poker gives all players a free 25c every 24 hours--and you can cash out if you run it up to $50.

Tired of subscription poker sites where none of your opponents take the game of poker seriously? Uninspired by “free-play” poker rooms when there’s no real money on the line?

Then you might be interested in Quarter Poker—a new online poker room that says its unique take on online poker makes it fun and competitive and gives you the chance to cash out real money—while remaining fully legal in every state in the US.

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Final Days for Players to File for Full Tilt Remissions

Players have until November 16 to file a claim to recoup their Full Tilt Poker balances.

The deadline is rapidly approaching for pre-Black Friday players of Full Tilt Poker (FTP) to submit a petition for remission with the Garden City Group (GCG) in regards to thepotential repayment of their previously held balances.

This Saturday, November 16, is the final day that the GCG will be allowing players to submit a petition for remission.

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Heads Up Zoom Coming to PokerStars Next Month

One strand of the strategy to solve problems at HU tables is to use the fast fold poker player pools to randomize HU opponents.

The problem of players at heads up tables refusing to play when an opponent sits will be partially addressed on PokerStars by the introduction of Heads Up (HU) Zoom tables.

PokerStars Steve posted on 2+2 that the new HU Zoom tables should be launched “next month.”

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