On this page we've listed summaries of the most important news events of May 2007
May 22, 2007 - With the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas looming and with magazines hitting UK newsstands, Bluff Europe has a special preview issue this month featuring, on the cover, some of Britains best hopes for WSOP glory: Dave Devilfish Ulliott, Roland de Wolfe, and John Gale, a WSOP bracelet winner in 2006.
May 15, 2007 - Snooker sensation Rocket Ronnie OSullivan and poker star Greg Raymer are just two of the stars to feature in the latest edition of gambling.com Magazine, which is out now across the United Kingdom, Canada and Europe.
May 11, 2007 - PartyPoker has renewed its product-placement agreement for the 38th annual World Series of Poker. As part of the agreement, PartyPoker.net will be integrated into several facets of the WSOP for the second year running, including its logo appearing on all poker tables during the event. Financial terms of the deal are not being disclosed.
May 10, 2007 - PokerNews.com today announced they have entered into an agreement with Bluff Media, LLC, to provide live updates and chip counts for the World Series of Poker, World Series of Poker Circuit and future World Series of Poker branded events. The agreement calls for PokerNews.com to produce and provide live play by play updates and chip counts for publication on the worldseriesofpoker.com website, as well as on PokerNews.com.
May 8, 2007 - WPT Enterprises, Inc. today announced its official tournament schedule for Season VI of its highly popular TV show, the World Poker Tour (WPT). The schedule includes 19 regular-season WPT tour stops and the annual ladies-only event, Ladies Night V. Several "WPT specials"--or themed invitation events--will be announced at a later date.
May 4, 2007 - The US has decided not to appeal an earlier WTO decision that ruled the US doesn't comply with the free trade agreement with respect to internet gambling. Instead the US is invoking procedures under article 21 of the GATS agreement to clarify internet gambling was never meant to be a part of it's commitments to the GATS treaty.
May 2, 2007 - PartyGaming shares fell 7 percent after the company said it will not meet analysts estimates due to a lower profit margin on new player sign-ups. However higher than expected active players and sign-ups should improve prospects for 2008 and future periods.