With approval of online poker at the federal level unlikely this year, the Poker Players Alliance (PPA) continues to push for state-by-state regulation.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
A recently issued press release details a recently forged arrangement between PokerStars and four influential players in California’s land-based poker scene.
The California State Assembly’s Committee on Governmental Organization meets tomorrow to discuss the possibility of introducing online poker in California.
Online poker players in New Jersey will likely be competing against players from both Nevada and Delaware by the end of this year.
The 45th annual WSOP in Las Vegas is only six weeks away and Bovada has unveiled a “Road to Vegas 2014” promotion designed to send online players there.
We are now in Q2 of 2014 and indications are that regulated online poker and gambling will not become a reality in any additional states this year.
Sites across the Merge Gaming network will now share player liquidity – but with the change comes a few unexpected oddities.
An independent task force has been established in Mississippi for the purpose of studying both online gambling and wagering on sporting events.
The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) has voiced its opposition to the recently introduced federal proposal seeking to ban online gambling.
An online poker bill recently introduced in New York has the support of voters and may help to sway lawmakers in approving the measure.
Carbon Poker has removed the option of seeing who has registered for a Sit n Go game to eliminate extreme game selection – more commonly known as “Bumhunting”