Online poker in New Jersey has been up and running since Nov. 26 and a once-popular name in the U.S. has come out on top with regard to market share.
Category: Poker NewsJohn Lathram
Originally not included in New Jersey’s November 21st Internet gaming trial rollout, the Golden Nugget was approved for a gaming permit late on Thursday.
Resorts will be the only New Jersey casino actively pursuing Internet gambling to not receive approval by the DGE in time for the Nov. 26 launch.
The Winning Poker Network has overtaken the Revolution Gaming Network to become the second most popular US-friendly poker site behind Bovada Poker.
The US football season is underway with the first two weeks of 2013 NFL action in the books and Ultimate Poker is using the opportunity to run a unique promo.
US Players can finally claim their Full Tilt Poker money back, after waiting for more than 2 years. The GcG launched a site for handling the Full Tilt claims.
Some states may not be considering operating Internet poker and gambling sites, but may allow their residents to legally play at sites set up in other states.
Former U.S. Full Tilt players are anxiously awaiting the start of the remission process on Monday, but some may find themselves excluded from participation.
The Merge Gaming Network has taken considerable heat in recent months for its slow cashouts that were often taking upwards of two months.
Americas Cardroom has announced a Sit n Go Race for September in which players can win a share of $10,000 – even if they do not win a single game!
The debate over whether online gambling should be legalized often centers around the fact that a certain percentage of players will develop an addiction.