Yesterday´s hearing into the Restoration of Americas Wire Act (RAWA) produced few surprises and little to cheer supporters of online poker in the US.
Americas Cardroom has just released an enhanced satellite schedule for its “Million Dollar Sunday” event, giving more players the opportunity to qualify.
A proposed Florida Gambling Bill will be heard at a special “workshop” on Thursday to determine whether it is good for the state´s economy and its residents.
A pro i-gaming demonstration is scheduled to take place immediately before Wednesday´s Subcommittee hearing on the Restoration of Americas Wire Act.
Americas Cardroom has announced that it has purchased the poker training site Drag the Bar and is to offer free poker training to all of the site´s players.
Proposals that would have allowed Nebraskan´s to vote on an expansion of gambling died in committee after being debated for just forty-five minutes.
A second online poker bill has been introduced in Pennsylvania, with significant differences to the one introduced by Representative John Payne last week.
Further divisions have appeared between the key players in California, with allegations that politicians have no intention of seeing their bills passed.
Carbon Poker is hosting a series of nine poker tournaments each night this week, with the combined guarantees over the 45 tournaments in excess of $500,000.