With online poker alive and well in Nevada, Poker Night in America has chosen Nevada as its next destination for filming creative poker broadcasting.
With a late November launch targeted, it was revealed last week that several New Jersey casinos had not provided enough information to state gaming regulators.
According to the Poker Player Alliance (PPA), it will only be a matter of time before California and its 38 million residents join the fray.
The launch of real-money online poker at WSOP.com is officially still on for September 19, but players who had registered in advance are already playing.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board (GCB) met on Wednesday to further discuss regulations concerning interstate online poker partnerships.
U.S. poker players who are worried that legalized online poker may not be coming to their state have reason for hope with cross-border partnerships.
The much maligned Ultimate Poker site recovers from a three month low after their anticipated client software upgrade.
U.S. schools open their doors in September following the summer break and Bovada Poker has opened its cash bonus budget with a ‘Back to School’ promotion.
Often lambasted on poker forums in recent months for cashout times of 8-10 weeks, the Merge Gaming Network now reports player checks arriving in only 2-3 weeks.