The Iipay Nation appear poised to vigorously defend their belief that they are within their legal right to operate online bingo and poker in California.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
In a move that virtually everybody saw coming, California filed a lawsuit in federal court to shut down the Iipay tribe’s online bingo site.
Online gambling in New Jersey welcomed a new site to its regime this week as Pala Interactive is now in soft launch mode.
Online poker advocates can breathe a sigh of relief as word has arrived that Congress will not be holding a hearing to discuss a bill aimed at banning igaming.
Ultimate Gaming announced recently that it will cease operations of Ultimate Poker (UP) in Nevada, the lack of an adequate player pool as the main reason.
The Sit ‘N Go leaderboard race at Americas Cardroom (ACR) known as “Sit & Crush” just got “Reloaded” to the tune of $32,500.
Just about everybody expected PokerStars to be approved in New Jersey and to launch before the end of the year, but that likelihood appears dead.
Anybody who follows the online poker industry knows one thing is certain –that changes are unavoidable and what’s here today may be gone tomorrow.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission formally awarded casino licenses to MGM and Wynn Resorts, boosting state coffers by $170 million.
U.S. online poker tournament players would be wise to mark Sunday, November 9 on their calendars as the Carbon Poker OPS will get underway.
A California tribe that has repeatedly announced its intentions to launch an online poker site in advance of legislative approval claims the roll out is coming.