A press released issue by Amaya Gaming last night revealed plans to launch PokerStarsNJ for real money online poker in New Jersey on Monday March 21.
The debate about whether luck or skill is the overriding factor in certain forms of gambling has been revived in Wisconsin – this time focusing on DFS.
The first five events in the Winning Poker Network´s High 5 tournament series each smashed their guarantees on the opening day of the series.
Illinois´ Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court’s ruling that online poker losses are not recoverable under state law.
Democratic Representative Sherry Appleton has reintroduced her 2015 Washington online poker bill in the hope it gains more traction than it did last year.
The California Nations Indian Gaming Association has expressed its disappointment that DFS legislation is being given precedence over online poker regulation.
The Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma is aiming to launch a real money poker site for players from domestic and international jurisdictions – subject to court approval.
An attempt by Nevada Senator Harry Reid to slip new bankruptcy laws into must-pass Congressional legislation has failed – leaving Caesars in deep trouble.
It has been reported that attempts to pass legislation in Pennsylvania that would “provide for authorized interactive gaming” are being shelved until spring.