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Sheldon Adelson Push Concerns iPoker Activists

Sheldon Adelson has created fear among online poker advocates, some believing that his RAWA has a chance to find approval among lawmakers.

WPN Winning Millions Won by “ForTheNguen”

The Winning Poker Network (WPN) concluded its Online Super Series Rematch IV with the running of the $1 million guaranteed Winning Millions.

Bitcoin-Only SealsWithClubs Shuts Down

After reporting a mechanical failure and going offline on February 11, the industry’s top Bitcoin poker site, SealsWithClubs (SWC), has shut down completely.

New Jersey iGaming Remains Under Microscope

There are a number of reasons why no new states have launched online poker and gambling regimes since 2013 and many center around New Jersey.

U.S. Online Poker Player Traffic Review

We are about 50 days into 2015, a good time to take a look at where poker players in the U.S. have been depositing and playing as of late.

Intertops Poker Welcomes US Players

A familiar name in the online poker industry has re-entered the U.S. market as Intertops Poker has opened its doors to Americans.

Online Poker Regulation in Another State Doubtful in 2015

Many pro online poker advocates are in disbelief over the way 2015 has been shaping up in terms of possible regulation by another state.

California Tribes Feel Pressure from RAWA

The recent introduction of legislation on the federal level aiming to ban online gambling has created anxiety among California tribes.

WPN Guarantees 50 WSOP Main Event Seats

Do you dream of pulling off a Moneymaker and finding yourself seated at this year’s WSOP Main Event by winning a cheap qualifier?

California Online Poker Stalled by 3 Tribal Groups

Online poker legislation in California continues to be held back by seven Indian tribes divided into three groups with separate agendas.

U.S. Online Poker Regulation in 2015 Takes Wrong Turn

What started out as a promising year for the spread of online poker in the U.S. has suddenly taken a turn for the worse.

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