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Michigan Online Gaming Push Resumes Courtesy of State Rep. Brandt Iden
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Michigan Online Gaming Push Resumes Courtesy of State Rep. Brandt Iden

March 13th, 2019 | by Jason Reynolds
Online gaming could soon be flowing through the Great Lakes State after Michigan State Rep. Brandt Iden reintroduced his online gaming bill. Making its way through the political quagmire in 2018, the political proposal aims to...
Wire Act Compliance Deadline Extended as US Gaming Stands Strong
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Wire Act Compliance Deadline Extended as US Gaming Stands Strong

March 4th, 2019 | by Greg Shaun
Any legal repercussions arising from the Wire Act won’t come into effect for at least another 60 days according to the US Department of Justice (DOJ). Following the federal body’s decision to alter its stance on the Wire Act,...
Sheldon Adelson Legal Issues Bode Well for Wire Act Fightback
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Sheldon Adelson Legal Issues Bode Well for Wire Act Fightback

March 1st, 2019 | by Kaycee James
US online poker anti-hero Sheldon Adelson may have to take a break from his assault on the industry due to mounting legal pressure and failing health. With Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s political career in...
PokerStars Could Miss Out as Kentucky Advances Online Poker Bill
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PokerStars Could Miss Out as Kentucky Advances Online Poker Bill

February 22nd, 2019 | by Kaycee James
Kentucky could be about to perform a 180 on the issue of online poker, five years after Senator Mike Wilson (R-Bowling Green) pushed to have the industry outlawed. Thanks to the passing of a multifaceted House Bill, the Bluegrass...
Ali Fazeli One of Two Poker Pros Hit with Drugs and Fraud Charges
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Ali Fazeli One of Two Poker Pros Hit with Drugs and Fraud Charges

January 28th, 2019 | by Greg Shaun
Two poker players have been busted for fraud and drugs, proving that those with skills at felt aren’t always able to bluff the law. Feeling the wrath of the US legal system in recent days is former high stakes cash game...
European Online Poker Thriving Thanks to Liquidity Sharing
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European Online Poker Thriving Thanks to Liquidity Sharing

January 23rd, 2019 | by Greg Shaun
European liquidity sharing has proved successful, safe and popular with online poker players in France, Spain and Portugal according to a joint regulatory statement. Written in unison by all three regulators, the January 21 press...
PASPA Gets Overturned in 2018, as Online Poker Players and Pols React
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PASPA Gets Overturned in 2018, as Online Poker Players and Pols React

December 24th, 2018 | by Jason Reynolds
When the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PASPA) was overturned in May by the US Supreme Court, it opened up new vistas for state-by-state sports betting legalization. It also caused the pot to boil among poker...
GreySnowPoker Goes Live as Isle of Man’s First Tribal Gaming Site
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GreySnowPoker Goes Live as Isle of Man’s First Tribal Gaming Site

November 12th, 2018 | by Kaycee James
The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma has launched GreySnowPoker just six months after pulling the plug on PokerTribe.com. According to the operator’s LinkedIn page, GreySnowPoker.com was founded in 2017 and currently has its headquarters...
Macau Casino Revenue Hits Four-Year High Despite Government Gambling Crackdown
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Macau Casino Revenue Hits Four-Year High Despite Government Gambling Crackdown

November 2nd, 2018 | by Greg Shaun
Casino revenue in Macau hit a four-year high in October, despite continued efforts by the Chinese government to crackdown on gambling. According to the latest figures released by the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau,...
China Targets Online Poker Again with Latest Crackdown
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China Targets Online Poker Again with Latest Crackdown

October 31st, 2018 | by Jason Reynolds
China’s recent war against online poker took another step forward this week after two popular apps were taken offline. As part of the Chinese government’s drive to clean-up online content deemed “inappropriate,” Poker...