Sheldon Adelson was in Georgia yesterday to make his pitch for building a Las Vegas style casino in Atlanta – subject to legislation being passed.
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Rumors that opponents of online poker are planning a US online poker moratorium have resurfaced once again on Capitol Hill according to GamblingCompliance.com.
WSOP.com is giving two people the opportunity to win a VIP luxury trip to Las Vegas during the conclusion of the WSOP Main Event in a free-to-enter draw.
There may be hope for online gambling regulation in Pennsylvania this year, as a PA lawmaker believes his proposal may be tacked onto a budget deal.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement yesterday released August´s Gaming Results, with online poker revenues yet again failing to impress.
The first of Americas Cardroom´s five fall “Million Dollar Sundays” had a massive overlay due to a DDoS attack during the late registration period.
Two-time presidential candidate Ron Paul has warned his Republican colleagues they face alienation from the millennial vote if they show support for RAWA.
Yesterday´s public hearing “To Discuss the Future of Online Poker in New York State” revealed a lack of interest and a lack of knowledge about online poker.
Americas Cardroom´s Freebuy Super Series II finished last night, with fifty-eight of the sixty free-to-enter tournaments failing to meet their guarantees.
While we continue to wait for a ruling that would allow PokerStars to operate in New Jersey, will the gaming giant offer lottery-style SitNGos if approved?