New Jersey’s online poker revenue figures are in for November, and the numbers are down yet again.
Dan Bilzerian, the Instagram superstar who has also taken turns as a poker player and an actor, was arrested at Los Angeles International Airport on charges that he has possession of bomb-making components.
Amaya Gaming saw its headquarters raided by Canadian police and provincial finance regulators on Wednesday as part of an investigation that appears to deal with securities trading related to the company’s purchase of the Rational Group earlier this year.
Paul Phua and his son Darren will be the only defendants from the Caesars Palace sports betting ring case to fight their charges in court, as the other six individuals who were indicted have seen their cases concluded through plea deals or other means.
A proposed bill by New Jersey Assemblyman Ralph Caputo (D-Essex County) would put stricter controls on the state’s online gambling market by requiring Internet gaming companies to receive full casino licenses in order to operate.
Betfair officially ended the operations of their New Jersey online poker site this week, putting a close to what was an undistinguished run for the Internet poker room
A California Internet poker bill has been introduced by State Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Glendale), setting the stage for yet another debate over regulating Internet gambling in 2015.
Nevada online poker sites brought in just $665,000 in revenue during October, the lowest monthly haul since state regulators began releasing such figures in February.
Real Admiral Timothy Giardina was tied to the counterfeit poker chips he used at the Horseshoe Casino in Council Bluffs, Iowa, suggesting that he may have manufactured the chips himself.
PokerStars has made this year’s World Cup of Poker an entirely online, play money experience, which has allowed Americans to participate freely.