The National Hockey League is reportedly looking to expand, perhaps adding two new teams to help balance out the league’s two conferences.
Real Gaming became the third online poker network to enter the Nevada market in October 2014, and though the site’s traffic has been about as congested as a desert highway, its co-founder has nothing but optimism for the future of Internet gambling.
PokerStars embarked on a summer-long tour of California to promote Internet poker in mid-July, and this week the road show that is crushing rumors surrounding online poker visited the grape-crushing mecca of Napa Valley.
New Jersey has been waiting for some good news about its online poker market for many months now, as revenues on the virtual felt seem to have been trending downward for as long as anyone can remember.
New York Assemblyman Gary Pretlow (D-District 89) has been championing the online poker movement in his state for more than a year, and in a recent op-ed in Roll Call, a newspaper covering legislative and political headlines on Capitol Hill, he voices his opposition to the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA).
MIT, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is where many of the world’s brightest minds have studied, which is why the poker community is abuzz after the university released a course free of charge to the public titled “Poker Theory and Analytics.”
If you’re over 65 and thinking about taking a shot at winning a free can of peaches in the state of Indiana, you might want to think twice before playing your next hand.
888 Holdings is one of the leading iGaming companies in the world, and its $1.4 billion acquisition of bwin.party has put the entertainment conglomerate in a commanding position as it relates to online poker in the United States.
Assemblyman Reggie Jones-Sawyer (D-District 59) is one of three California lawmakers to propose online poker legislation in 2015, and while the other two are seemingly destined for nowhere other than a filing cabinet, Jones-Sawyer’s proposition is set to be heard by the Governmental Organization (GO) committee next month.
Daniel Negreanu has won more money playing poker than anyone else in the history of the game, but the coveted title of World Series of Poker Main Event Champion will elude “Kid Poker” for at least another year.