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Newest Trends in Online Poker 2015: Lotteries, Tournaments, and Appealing to the Little Man
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Newest Trends in Online Poker 2015: Lotteries, Tournaments, and Appealing to the Little Man

December 27th, 2015 | by Brian Corlisse
Online poker has undergone a number of epistemic shifts over the last few years and 2015 saw yet more winds of change blow through the industry. As with all industries, evolution is a must for those that want to survive....
The Sports Effect: How Poker and Sports Merged in 2015
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The Sports Effect: How Poker and Sports Merged in 2015

December 26th, 2015 | by Kaycee James
Poker and sport meshed in a myriad of new and innovative ways in 2015. From global sporting icons becoming brand ambassadors for the leading operators to a new money-making outlet for those with a penchant for beating the odds,...
State of Poker: States That Played for Keeps in 2015
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State of Poker: States That Played for Keeps in 2015

December 25th, 2015 | by Kaycee James
Poker in America is complicated and complex, and considering it’s both a state and federal topic, that’s no big surprise. “Politician” is defined as “someone who is active in government,” and...
Delaware Online Poker Posts Strong November Earnings, Revenues Soar 20.6 Percent
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Delaware Online Poker Posts Strong November Earnings, Revenues Soar 20.6 Percent

December 22nd, 2015 | by Brian Corlisse
Delaware online poker rebounded in November, poker rake and fee totaling $28,985 for the month, a 20.6 percent increase compared to October. Internet poker in The First State went on life support last month after the market...
BetStars to Augment PokerStars Betting Brand
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BetStars to Augment PokerStars Betting Brand

December 20th, 2015 | by Kaycee James
PokerStars’ foray into the world of sports betting took another step forward this week after the operator confirmed the launch of a new subsidiary brand known as BetStars. Earlier in 2015 PokerStars added to its poker and...
Amaya Slams Kentucky’s $290 Million Lawsuit Against PokerStars
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Amaya Slams Kentucky’s $290 Million Lawsuit Against PokerStars

December 18th, 2015 | by Jason Reynolds
Amaya Inc. has branded a $290 million lawsuit brought against its subsidiary PokerStars by the Commonwealth of Kentucky as “frivolous” and “without merit,” and vowed that it will “vigorously dispute” any liability...
New Jersey Online Poker on a High Heading into 2016
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New Jersey Online Poker on a High Heading into 2016

December 15th, 2015 | by Brian Corlisse
New Jersey online poker sites received an early Christmas present this week after the Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) released its latest iGaming revenue report. Outlining the vital stats of each online casino and poker site...
Boycott Proved Our Point, Says PokerStars
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Boycott Proved Our Point, Says PokerStars

December 12th, 2015 | by Brian Corlisse
PokerStars boycotters, it appears, may have shot themselves in the foot. Two and a half thousand high-volume and high-stakes players staged a three-day sit-out last week in protest at the forthcoming changes to the Poker Stars...
Tenth Amendment Overshadows Gambling Concerns During RAWA Testimony
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Tenth Amendment Overshadows Gambling Concerns During RAWA Testimony

December 10th, 2015 | by Kaycee James
The Tenth Amendment delegates powers not identified by the US Constitution to the States. On Wednesday, numerous members of the House Oversight and Government Reform (OGR) Committee conveyed concerns they had in regards to how...
Pennsylvania Online Poker Included in House Budget, Senate Unlikely to Approve
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Pennsylvania Online Poker Included in House Budget, Senate Unlikely to Approve

December 9th, 2015 | by Kaycee James
Pennsylvania online poker and the expansion of Internet gambling has been included in the most recent version of a $30.3 billion budget bill presented by the state’s House of Representatives. On Monday, the House...