Following the launch of online gambling schemes in three states in 2013, many had speculated that California would be next to join the party in 2014.
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A bankruptcy auction among bidders of the Revel Casino that was set for Thursday, Aug. 7 has been postponed for a week to further analyze bids.
Californian Senator Lou Correa has pulled his online poker bill, blaming the lack of time available in the current legislative session to get it “done right”.
Real estate mogul Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit seeking to have his name removed from the Trump Taj Mahal and Trump Plaza.
The newest player in Nevada’s online poker scheme is aiming to grab a chunk of the market with a promotion that will give away $100,000 in 12 months.
Carbon Poker has announced new promotions for August that are certain to appeal to online grinders who fancy themselves sharks with cool poker setups.
Whether or not the Revel Casino will be closing its doors will be known later this month following a bankruptcy auction scheduled for Aug. 7.
Full Flush Poker on the Equity Poker Network is looking for stars among its players by rolling out a leaderboard race that kicks off on August 1.
Nevada’s online poker scheme reached its highest monthly revenue total in June with $1,037,000, passing the million-dollar mark for the first time.
While PokerStars awaits an igaming license in New Jersey following its acquisition by Amaya Gaming, approval would have a huge impact on existing operators.