Poker News

Here you find the latest online poker news. Nevada Announces One-Year Anniversary Promos in Nevada is ready to blow out the candle on its 1-year anniversary cake and players will benefit as a result.

iGaming in 20 States by 2020

Morgan Stanley has released a new report on online gambling that reveals that as many as 20 states may be regulated by 2020.

California Intrastate Poker May Need to be Reconsidered

Although California lawmakers won’t be considering online poker legislation again until 2015, they may want to seriously look at interstate compacts.

$90 Million Bid for Revel Casino Awaits Sept. 23 Deadline

A potential buyer has emerged for the Revel Casino with a bid of $90 million in cash agreed to by the property’s current owners.

PokerStars Sends “Open House” Invite to NJ Players

With approval to operate in New Jersey expected soon, PokerStars wants to meet its former VIP players who reside in the Garden State.

New Jersey-Nevada Interstate Poker Discussed

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie confirmed that discussions have taken place regarding sharing an online poker player pool with Nevada.

Betfair Looks for New Partner in New Jersey

With Trump Plaza set to close in one week, Betfair is hoping to find a new casino partner in order to continue its igaming operations in New Jersey.

Americas Cardroom Announces “The Cage”

Americas Cardroom – one of the leading US-friendly online poker sites – is to host a high stakes “cash-game-come-tournament” event in October called The Cage.

Virginia FOP Oppose Shelson Adelson Efforts

The battle for regulated U.S. online gambling gained a new ally on the pro side as Virginia’s Fraternal Order of Police spoke out against Sheldon Adelson.

Showboat and Revel Close; Trump Plaza Next

A new chapter begins in the Atlantic City gaming industry as the Revel and Showboat casinos closed their doors as scheduled.

Full Flush Wants Warriors for $100K Game of Poker Thrones

Full Flush Poker has launched a Game of Thrones-themed promotion in which players can ladder their way into a $100K tournament to be played next January.