PPA Expects Introduction of Online Poker Bill in June

A new online poker bill on the federal level that will allow for all states to participate except those who opt out will likely be introduced early next month.

PokerStars Forever Tarnished by UIGEA?

As the top-ranked online poker site by a wide margin, PokerStars has done a number of things right in outdistancing itself from the competition.

New Jersey Taking Steps in Regulation of Online Gambling

On June 3rd a draft will be proposed regarding Internet gambling regulations.

More Legal Poker Sites to Launch Soon in Nevada

By the conclusion of summer Treasure Island and Caesars will be established online in Nevada.

Bovada Sets Trend with Anonymous Tables

Bovada Poker leads the U.S. online poker market in player traffic with much of its success attributable to its anonymous table format.

Nevada Governor Sandoval On Look Out for Poker Deals

Nevada Governor Sandoval eyes Texas and other states for lucrative online poker deals.

PokerStars Dealt a Losing Hand in New Jersey

Accustomed to dominating the online poker market since 2006, PokerStars may get shut out of the U.S. market after a New Jersey judge’s ruling.

New California Online Poker Bill Drafted by Tribes

Eight prominent California Indian tribes have collaborated and drafted an online poker bill that calls for intrastate poker only and excludes racetracks.

Atlantic Club Fires Back at PokerStars

The owners of the Atlantic Club casino held nothing back in their response to PokerStars’ lawsuit that aims to keep the deal for the New Jersey casino alive.

California Tribes Preparing Online Poker Bill

Native tribes in California have gotten together in an effort to propose an Internet poker bill that would represent their interests on the legislative front.