PokerStars has 99 problems but the b*tch ain’t one. Gordon Vayo, however, is. The 2016 WSOP Main Event runner-up is suing the poker site for $700,000 for refusing to payout his winnings from a 2017 SCOOP event and, regardless of whose side you believe, this is a bad look for PokerStars at a bad time….
Even if you don’t reside in Nevada, you can legally play poker online while you’re in Las Vegas, or anywhere else around the state, but only on WSOP.com. There are positives and negative aspects to this Caesars Entertainment-owned poker site. What I Like About WSOP.com What I love most about WSOP.com is the convenience factor….