Washington State began the new year on a solid note as far as online poker players are concerned, as an online poker bill was introduced late last week.
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As expected, the Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel in California are fighting back against the state shutting down their online bingo site.
I’m often amazed at the different promotions dreamed up by various poker rooms, and the new “Progressive Prize Pools” at Carbon Poker should win an award.
New Jersey gaming regulators released a 10-page report that shows a promising future for online poker and gambling in the Garden State.
U.S. online poker players looking for value in the new year will find it at the Winning Poker Network (WPN) as $80,000 has been added to “The Beast” in January.
Gambling expansion is a hot topic in the state of New York, as the winning bidders for three new casinos were named just a couple weeks ago.
Was 2014 a good year for you? If you’re still breathing, it’s likely that the year gone by was at least better for you than for Atlantic City.
The US online poker industry continues to go through changes, with slow-moving regulation at the forefront of those changes.
While 2014 was not a good year for Atlantic City considering four casinos closed their doors, the year will end without a fifth shutdown.
Online poker players in the U.S. are hoping to see more states enact regulation in 2015, but players in the state of Kentucky can likely stop hoping.