Capitol Hill politicians are said to be considering a proposal that would impose a temporary moratorium on the further expansion of online poker in the US.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
BetOnline has launched an innovative superhero-themed promotion for July, with no limits on how much money a player can collect or the number of winners!
With the WSOP Main Event starting this weekend, Americas Cardroom has announced that its World Series of Jackpots promotion will finish this coming Friday.
The Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA) was reintroduced in the Senate yesterday by South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham.
Bryan Micon will reportedly return to Nevada and appear in court for operating an unlicensed Bitcoin poker site this Thursday.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has fined Caesars Interactive $15,000 for allowing self-excluded gamblers to create accounts and bet online.
The Winning Poker Network (WPN) recently modified its Sit n’ Crush leaderboard race by adding Jackpot Poker to the mix, much to the delight of players.
A survey conducted by the University of Massachusetts has projected a market in excess of 12,000 players if online poker was regulated in the Bay State.
If you’re planning to play in the WSOP Main Event next month, chances are that you’ll run into players there who won their seats via Americas Cardroom (ACR).
Poker players located outside of the U.S. have been playing for less guaranteed prize pool money of late on sites such as Full Tilt and Partypoker.
Over the next few days, a few UIGEA-related headlines will start to appear in the poker press; but there is no need for players to be concerned.