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Kowall Cautiously Optimistic about Online Gambling in Michigan

Senator Mike Kowall has said in a radio interview that he is cautiously optimistic about the prospects for his bill to regulate online gambling in Michigan.

Winning Poker Network now Leading US-Facing Network

According to the latest data from PokerScout, the Winning Poker Network is now the leading online poker network for US players seeking cash game action.

New VGT Proposals Could Replace iGaming Regulation in PA

New proposals to regulate Video Gaming Terminals in Pennsylvania´s bars and clubs have found favor with one of the state´s key brick-and-mortar casinos.

Sit & Go 2.0 Extended Across all WPN Sites

After a week of being exclusively available to players at Americas Cardroom, the Winning Poker Network has extended Sit & Go 2.0 across all its sites.

BetOnline Bad Beat Jackpot Building Up Quickly Again

Less than five weeks after it was last won, the Bad Beat Jackpot at BetOnline Poker is building up quickly again and is currently approaching $350,000.

New York Online Poker Bill Removed from Budget Proposals

The momentum to regulate online poker in New York hit the brakes earlier this week when the State Assembly removed online poker from its budget proposals.

Cash in on a Mad March Reload Bonus at WPN Sites

Until Friday 31st March, sites on the Winning Poker Network are giving players the opportunity to boost their bankrolls with a Mad March reload bonus.

Sit & Go 2.0 Proving a Hit at Americas Cardroom

Americas Cardroom´s latest innovation – Sit & Go 2.0 – is proving to be a popular addition to comprehensive range of opportunities offered by the site.

Last Chance to Win a Million Dollar Spin & Go Jackpot at ACR

Americas Cardroom has announced the site will end its popular million dollar Spin & Go Jackpot promotion next week ahead of “the next big thing”.

Michigan iGaming Proposals Pass Senate Committee

A hearing of Michigan´s Senate Regulatory Reform Committee yesterday passed proposals to regulate online gambling, but many issues remain unresolved.

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