Whether you love or loath drones, did anyone else know the cops were using them to help tackle crime? I didn’t until I saw this story on KRON.
With the help of a drone, fourteen people were arrested at a house in San Leandro, California on Monday after undercover cops discovered an illegal casino and crime ring were being run from the house. Ten slot machines were recovered during the raid.
According to the Alameda County Sheriff’s Department, a drone which costs around $1,200 pays for itself in one hour of an operation.
Cheaper than the average long term wage of a police officer… do I need to be worried that this is start of The Rise of The Machines?
From looking at the thread it looks like MTV’s True Life is looking for a female poker player that meets a very specific criteria and Dawley wants to help find them—although I am not exactly sure what her link is to the show.
As reported at PokerListings.Com, Ferguson was not a welcome addition to the final table, with Daniel Levy shouting that he had “no shame.”
“I don’t want any kind of violence, but he should know people think he’s a piece of shit and he shouldn’t be here,” Levey continued as a group of Ferguson supporters became vocal as well.
Still not willing to comment on the Full Tilt fiasco that set the wheels in motion that led to Black Friday, Ferguson is polarizing opinion in the poker community, some saying we should forgive and forget and other like Daniel Negreanu calling him out for not apologizing to the community that he screwed over.
Check out Alexander Villegas’s report of how it all went down here.
Clearly not one to rest on his laurels after his epic MMA fight against JC Alvarado, Olivier Busquet is on the hunt for odds on him applying and winning the reality TV show Survivor —that comes with prize winnings of $1 million.
In the chat thread Busquet makes it clear he is looking for odds, not advice on whether he should enter or not, but the comments still make for entertaining reading.
Last week on the special edition of the Pokerfuse Podcast, our host Michael Gentile sat down with former Head of Corporate Communications and Global Poker Marketing for PokerStars, Eric Hollreiser, to discuss various topics covering everything from Black Friday to Supernova Elite, PSPC and what’s the future of online poker may look like, and much more!
PokerStars gave away 320 free entries to the $25,000 buy-in PokerStars Players No Limit Hold’em Championship (PSPC) over the course of the previous year via Platinum Passes that after accomodations and spending money were valued at $30,000.