Online poker legislation in California continues to be held back by seven Indian tribes divided into three groups with separate agendas.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
What started out as a promising year for the spread of online poker in the U.S. has suddenly taken a turn for the worse.
Online poker and gambling activists rejoiced at the end of 2014 when a federal bill designed to prohibit online gambling failed to reach Congress.
Mississippi has been crossed off the list of states that could possibly enact online poker legislation in 2015.
With the new year almost a month old, we took a look at the latest shifts in cash game player traffic at U.S.-friendly poker sites.
Some online poker players in New Jersey were teased last week when a message appeared on a Full Tilt app indicating that the site was licensed in the state.
California lawmakers have another online poker bill to consider during the 2015 legislative session as Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer introduced AB 167.
WSOP.com has taken hold over the regulated online poker industry in both Nevada and New Jersey, a dominance that comes as no surprise.
Online poker revenue in Delaware fell 9.6% in December, continuing to point to the need for the launch of its interstate partnership with Nevada.
U.S. online poker players on the lookout for value will find it next Sunday, January 25 at Carbon Poker in a “Dollar Frenzy” tournament.
The new year is only two weeks old and already there are three online poker regulation proposals on the table in as many states.