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The Poker Year In Review - November 2012

The Return Of Full Tilt Poker, bwin.party Chief Questioned, And Greg Raymer Makes It Four

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Full Tilt Poker reopens – a day many poker players were unsure they’d ever see.

The Ongame network is finally sold to Amaya Gaming from Canada for €15 million.

Tom Brady wins the International Poker Open in Dublin for €42,530 against 1,147 entrants.

German player Wojtek Barantny wins back-to-back UK & Ireland Poker Tour titles.

Bwin.party co-chief executive Norbert Teufelberger is questioned then released by Belgian authorities over his company’s activity in the country.

Online poker has grown 35 percent in Spain since regulation.

Greece tells unlicensed gaming operators to get out or face prison and fines. http://www.cardplayer.com/poker-news/14454-greece-issues-online-gambling-ultimatum

PKR gets its five millionth user.

James “Flushy” Dempsey becomes an Iveypoker.com pro.

Switch Poker launches Bitcoin-only poker tables.

Greg RaymerGreg Raymer wins a remarkable fourth victory in the Heartland Poker Tour.

Dan “w00k13z” Cates wins the All-Star Showdown at PokerStars for $550,000.

Bad news for Full Tilt’s former American players as the Poker Players’ Alliance says the return of $153 million is still a long way away.

British cops fired for playing poker on duty.

Swedish poker players are tackled by the tax man.