US State News

California Online Poker Back on the Shelf Until 2015
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California Online Poker Back on the Shelf Until 2015

August 8th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
California online poker players received a setback this week after it was announced that legalized Internet poker won’t be written into law this year. The news that State Senator Lou Correa’s Internet Poker...
WSOP.com Nevada Unveils Major Upgrades
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WSOP.com Nevada Unveils Major Upgrades

August 5th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
WSOP.com has become the most popular online poker site in the state of Nevada, holding onto that lead even after the World Series of Poker ended for the summer. But that doesn’t mean the site is ready to rest on its...
Nevada Online Poker Revenues Reach New High
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Nevada Online Poker Revenues Reach New High

July 31st, 2014 | by Kaycee James
The World Series of Poker is the undisputed king of poker events. It draws more players, and awards bigger prizes, than any other festival, and makes the winners into household names in the poker community. It’s also a boon...
Betfair Online to Remain with Trump in New Jersey
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Betfair Online to Remain with Trump in New Jersey

July 30th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
While the news that Betfair’s New Jersey poker platform has garnered just $48 (yes, you read that right) in gross gaming revenue so far in 2014 had the poker forums reeling in disbelief earlier this month, the UK...
Include Racing Industry for California Online Poker, Says PPA
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Include Racing Industry for California Online Poker, Says PPA

July 29th, 2014 | by Greg Shaun
One of the ongoing mantras about the difficulty of getting online poker to work in California is the fact that there are just so many different players involved in the gaming industry there. There are the card clubs, which offer...
Delaware Online Poker Revenues Cut in Half in June
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Delaware Online Poker Revenues Cut in Half in June

July 25th, 2014 | by Kaycee James
It’s not surprising that Delaware has struggled to create a viable online poker framework. Unlike other forms of gambling, poker really requires a solid player base, and given Delaware’s small population, it was never...
California Card Rooms Support Online Poker Legislation
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California Card Rooms Support Online Poker Legislation

July 22nd, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
One of the biggest challenges in making online poker work in California is getting everyone on the same page. Given the size of the state and its gaming industry, there are a lot of different factions that need to get on board...
Trump Plaza in Atlantic City Expected to Close
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Trump Plaza in Atlantic City Expected to Close

July 18th, 2014 | by Brian Corlisse
For the last several years, Atlantic City has been struggling with a drop in casino revenues thanks to competition in neighboring states. It was clear that if that trend didn’t reverse itself in a hurry, there would be...
Ultimate Poker Online to Partner with El Cortez in Las Vegas
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Ultimate Poker Online to Partner with El Cortez in Las Vegas

July 17th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
When it comes to online gambling in Nevada, it’s going to be hard for any one casino or brand to overtake Caesars’ World Series of Poker (WSOP.com) site. So to go up against such a giant in the poker world, one...
California Tribe Bypasses State Law to Launch Online Poker
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California Tribe Bypasses State Law to Launch Online Poker

July 15th, 2014 | by Greg Shaun
Real money online poker is coming to California any time now. We’ve been hearing that story for years, but a combination of competing interests, disinterest from legislators and divisions on what exactly should be legal...