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The WSOP crowned its Main Event Champion this week. Also, Full Tilt Poker opened its play-money tables in preparation for its real-money launch next week. Some players in regulated markets were even able to begin the cashout process. Phil Ivey launched a new site where he will “teach the world how to play better.” Get all the details of these top stories and so much more at pokerfuse.com.

Full Tilt Poker Opens for Play-Money, Players can View Balances

Players can now download the software, log in and check account balances, and play on play-money tables, one week ahead of the scheduled real-money relaunch.

It’s been a long road; 489 days, to be precise. But today, Full Tilt Poker came back online and started dealing cards once again.

One week ahead of its full relaunch for real money, today Full Tilt went back online for the public to log in and play for play-money.

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The Netherlands Will Regulate Online Poker in 2013

Following recent inconclusive elections, the Netherland’s Prime Minister Mark Rutte has announced a coalition agreement that includes a commitment to introduce national regulation of online gaming.

We will modernise gambling policy. Online gambling, sports betting and poker events will be strictly regulated. This way we expect to prevent the offer of illegally operated games of chance in the Dutch market. Compliance with licence conditions will be strictly enforced.

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Getting Real: A Look at Zynga Poker’s Numbers

It appears Zynga really will follow through on its promise and bring real money online gaming to its customers, at least in the UK.

Although the company previously indicated it had its first real money products in development in-house, and was flirting with the idea of acquiring Ongame, it has settled on the more realistic plan: Outsource most of the work to bwin.party and embrace a whitelabel solution for its casino and poker products.

In early 2013, Zynga players in the UK will have the opportunity to play for real money on a skin of PartyGaming, which powers PartyPoker and some smaller skins including EmpirePoker.com and WPTPoker.com. Real money Zynga Poker will share the same international player pool that makes PartyPoker the largest poker network in the world, and (distant) second only to PokerStars in terms of player pool size.

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Merson Captures 2012 WSOP Main Event Bracelet, POY

In an up-and-down battle that stayed three-handed for 11 hours and ended after a 45-minute heads up match, Greg Merson won the 2012 WSOP Main Event.

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Ivey Launches New Social Media Poker Site

Ivey says he wants to "teach the world how to play better."

Phil Ivey has launched a website that he hopes will change the landscape of social media poker.

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National Governors Association Opposes Reid/Kyl Bill

In a letter on Thursday, the National Governors Association (NGA) informed House and Senate leaders that they oppose the draft of Senate online gambling legislation.

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