PokerStars New Jersey has officially launched. After a five-year absence, the world’s largest poker site is finally back on American soil.
PokerStars New Jersey is once again open for business five years after the online card room’s dot com domain was seized by US federal authorities in 2011.
Donald Trump continued his surge in the Republican primary race for the 2016 general election over rivals Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich on Tuesday by winning Florida, North Carolina, and Illinois.
Full Tilt Poker is approaching the end of finally restoring player balances in the United States as a result of the company’s settlement agreement with the Southern District Court of New York.
PokerStars will be available to 500 players in New Jersey beginning at 4 PM local time on Wednesday, March 16. The soft launch will run from 4-8 PM on Wednesday and Thursday, 8 AM to midnight on Friday, and then 24/7 on Saturday and Sunday.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio can claim just one of the 15 states that have made their voices heard in deciding who will represent the GOP in the 2016 presidential general election.
“Inside Poker with Matt Savage” takes viewers behind-the-scenes of the game they so dearly cherish for a one-on-one with many of poker’s most influential names.
California online poker has been brought back from the dead thanks to a new piece of legislation introduced late last Friday by Assemblymen Adam Gray (D-District 21) and Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D-District 59)
Washington State online poker is once again dead after lawmakers in the Evergreen State failed to act on a bill that would legalize the card game on the Internet. Wednesday was the last to read legislation in committees and move bills to the floor of the state’s House of Representatives for consideration.