A new U.S. online poker bill has run into a snafu as Senators Harry Reid and Dean Heller seem to have a political misdeal on their hands.
The first online poker license granted by the Nevada Gaming Commission (NGC) was awarded to South Point LLC in Las Vegas.
A new month begins and a new set of promotions emerges from Lock Poker – this time enabling players with limited budgets to share more of the money.
A federal judge has given online poker a boost by ruling that the game of poker is skill based and not a game of chance.
Online poker has been gaining support., until the Republican National Convention was held and the Democratic National Conventions started.
South Point Casino is the first licensee to gain approval from Nevada gaming officials as an operator of an Internet poker site.
Harry Reid, the Senate majority leader from Nevada, and John Kyl, the senate minority whip from Arizona, have an online poker ace up their sleeves.
For close to a year now numerous states in the US have debated if online poker and other forms of gambling can balance their budgets.
Legalizing online poker in the U.S., the big question continues to be will it happen? Logic says Congress will pass an online poker bill.
After the State Senate approval, Gov. Jack Markell signed the bill into law, allowing Delaware to have regulated online poker.