Lawmakers in West Virginia are trying once again to regulate online gambling in the Mountain State, but have they missed something out from their proposals?
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A rumor that the Russian Government is about to invest $10 billion in Bitcoin should be treated with caution as there are reasons to suspect its reliability.
For the sixth year in succession, an attempt is being made to regulate online poker in New York even though the concerns from previous years still exist.
There is a good choice of promotions this weekend at US poker sites ranging from valuable tournaments to opportunities to win a trip to the Caribbean.
Whereas I usually end each quarter with a review of recent regulatory activity, this quarter I offer my predictions for online poker regulation in 2019.
One player at BetOnline Poker will be enjoying a very happy New Year, having just won BetOnline Poker´s Bad Beat Jackpot for the second time in six weeks.
Outgoing Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has vetoed the recently-passed Lawful Internet Gaming Act citing concerns about cannibalization and problem gambling.
If Governor Rick Snyder fails to sign the recently-passed Michigan gambling legislation into law by next week, the whole process will have to start again.
The legislation to regulate online gambling in Michigan still requires the Governor´s signature and could face a legal challenge before it takes effect.
BetOnline Poker is hosting a series of exclusive “Jingle All the Way” tournaments over Christmas and the New Year with fairly decent guaranteed prize pools.