A new federal proposal that would prohibit online poker and gambling thoughout the U.S. is apparently being readied by South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham.
Online poker players in Delaware and Nevada will soon have a larger pool of players as reports indicate that the two states will sign an interstate agreement.
Just under the deadline to be debated during the current 2014 legislative session, two new online poker bills were introduced in California on Friday.
RealGaming.com became the third website to offer online poker to players in Nevada when it soft-launched this week – following Ultimate Poker and WSOP.com.
A recent survey discovered that nearly 75% of Americans believe that individual states should be allowed to regulate online gambling if they so choose.
Reimbursement for former U.S. Full Tilt players is due to commence in a few days and Partypoker’s New Jersey site has come up with a novel marketing idea.
Online gambling revenue in New Jersey increased from the first month of operation to the next, but analysts predict the real boom is yet ahead.
Oklahoma’s Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes have apparently decided not to continue pursuing legal action in order to operate PokerTribes.com.
According to a statement on the Equity Poker Network website, a “collusion ring” on Full Flush Poker has been identified and the guilty players´ accounts closed