HNR 5/17: Tiger Woods’ Poker Night; Isildur1’s Heater

Tiger Woods talks and plays poker at his charity event, Viktor “Isildur1” Blom keeps winning, and U.S. online poker regulation updates. It’s all in Friday’s edition of the PTP Hit and Run.

Tiger talks poker: Tiger Woods sat down with BLUFF Magazine at Tiger’s Poker Night presented by the World Poker Tour. Interview here.

Regulation news: A first draft of online gaming regulations has been released in New Jersey; story here, or check out the draft here. Also, a new online poker bill is in the mix in California.

Here’s a rundown of everything that’s going on in the U.S. in online poker regulation.

Isildur1’s heater: Viktor Blom has been on a heater for nearly all of 2013. He recently won a million at Full Tilt Poker’s tables, and now he’s up more than $5 million for the year. Story here.

Quick hitters:
Doyle Brunson blogs about his “retirement” from the WSOP, but notes he’s not done with poker yet.
–Going to the WSOP this summer? Poker Listings has a list of Twitter accounts to follow.
–Good blog post here, but particularly for the Russ Hamilton part.
–George Danzer took down a tournament in the Spring Championship of Online Poker. More SCOOP updates here.
–PokerStars blogs from Lee Jones, Randy “nanonoko” Lew and Vicky Coren.
–Poker Tracker 4 comes out with a major upgrade.
–Some pot-limit Omaha strategy, courtesy of Card Player.


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