The Full Tilt Poker remission process will distribute another $2.8 million into the bank accounts of former U.S. players by the end of March.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
In the last 30 days, the Winning Poker Network (WPN) has seen increased action on its cash tables at a rate of 6%.
The stalemate over online poker legislation in California continues as a coalition of tribes stated their formal opposition to an ipoker bill.
After a long wait of over one year, the historic launch of interstate online poker fueled by Nevada and Delaware is set to happen in a month or so.
The Winning Poker Network (WPN) has acquired Drag the Bar (DTB), the popular poker training website, and is offering the content free of charge.
In the past ten days, two igaming bills have been introduced in Pennsylvania, both of which will likely be considered in a House committee hearing in April.
U.S. online poker players are a demanding bunch, expecting a lot from their poker site of choice, and Americas Cardroom (ACR) has delivered.
A scheduled March 5 hearing before a congressional subcommittee on a bill to ban online gambling in the U.S. has been postponed.
Hopes of regulating online poker in California have taken a turn for the worse with new rumors sprouting that the impasse is desired by certain lawmakers.
The spread of online poker legislation in the U.S. has stalled, with only one state currently considering active bills pertaining to ipoker.
Sheldon Adelson has created fear among online poker advocates, some believing that his RAWA has a chance to find approval among lawmakers.