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New Hampshire Wins Round 1 of DOJ Wire Act Court Case

Questions remain about how the DOJ might enforce the Wire Act after a New Hampshire District Judge granted declaratory relief to the NH Lottery Commission.

U.S. Regulated Gambling Entering a New Era of Litigation

Not only are anti-gambling groups filing lawsuits to prevent unconstitutional expansions of gambling, online operators are now squaring up against each other.

No Room for Online Poker in Illinois Gambling Bill

Despite there being more than 800 pages to the new gambling law passed by Illinois’ legislature at the weekend, there is no room for online poker.

The Latest on the New Hampshire/DOJ Wire Act Court Case

The latest on the New Hampshire/DOJ Wire Act court case is that there is little chance of the case being resolved before the end of the non-prosecution period.

Christie tells Michigan: “Follow Our Example”

In an op-ed published in the Detroit News, former NJ Gov. Chris Christie has told Michigan´s legislators to “follow our example” for regulated online gambling.

Details Released for Intertops’ Soft Poker Series II

Intertops Poker has released the dates and schedule for its second SOFT Poker Series, plus details of a potentially very lucrative Champions Tournament.

BetOnline Poker Celebrates Indy 500 with Poker Turbo Series

The Indianapolis 500 is the most exciting auto race of the year and BetOnline Poker is adding to the excitement with a special Poker 500 Turbo Series.

Win a Free Ticket to Wild Bill´s Bounty Ride at Intertops

Intertops is celebrating the birthday of James “Wild Bill” Hickok on Monday with a special KO event and giving players the opportunity to win a seat for free.

Are You Up for a $15,000 Cash Race at BetOnline Poker?

BetOnline Poker has temporarily suspended its Daily Cash Race promotion and replaced it with a weekly event giving players more chances to win cash and bonuses.

Seminole Tribe Suspends Compact Payments to State of Florida

The failure of Florida´s gambling regulators to enforce the law has resulted in the Seminole Tribe suspending its $350 million per year payments to the state.

How Post-PASPA Inactivity is Good for Online Poker Players

While some have bemoaned the lack of progress towards online poker in the U.S. since the repeal of PASPA, it´s actually been good news for players.