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  1. Amaya and NJ to Begin PokerStars Licensing Talks on Thursday

    Posted By compncards on Thursday 19th of June 2014 at US Poker

    It appears that Amaya is wasting little time in beginning the process of getting PokerStars licensed for New Jersey. According to The Big Story, talks between the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and Amaya will begin tomorrow...

  2. Harvard Law Professor Assesses Bad Actor Clauses as iPoker Talks Cool Off

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Wednesday 18th of June 2014 at California Gambler

    In a press release issued on Tuesday, Laurence H. Tribe, Professor of Constitutional Law at Harvard Law School, who has been retained by PokerStars to lobby on their behalf in California, concluded “that the ‘bad actor’ provisions in two proposed iPoker bills in the California Legislature likely violate the U...

  3. New Jersey Gamblers Want to Stay in Atlantic City, Says Poll

    Posted By Jennifer Newell on Wednesday 18th of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    Most New Jersey gamblers embrace their Atlantic City casinos and the ability to play any type of casino game without much travel. Atlantic City prides itself on its tourism but remains a special place for the gamblers of the state...

  4. Online Poker Bill Introduced in Pennsylvania

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Wednesday 18th of June 2014 at 4Flush

    The United States poker industry has been anxiously waiting to see which state will be the next to introduce online poker legislation. All eyes have been on the state of California but it is the state of Pennsylvania that has introduced legislation this week for online poker...

  5. Pennsylvania Online Gaming Bill Introduced in Senate

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Wednesday 18th of June 2014 at US Poker

    A new Pennsylvania online gaming bill has been introduced in the state senate. The bill’s prime sponsor is Senator Edwin Erickson. The bill has a major change that is different than previous versions...

  6. Ultimate Poker NJ to Pay 100% Rakeback on Cash Games

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Tuesday 17th of June 2014 at US Poker

    Ultimate Poker has launched a new promotion that aims to bring action to its cash game tables in New Jersey. Cash game participants will receive 100 percent rakeback paid.  Players must meet the Green Chip level to qualify for this promotion...

  7. Will PokerStars Partnerships in California Be Affected By Sale to Amaya?

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Tuesday 17th of June 2014 at California Gambler

    Thursday's momentous news that PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and the rest of the company's assets will now belong to Amaya. What does this mean for Cali?

  8. New Jersey Traffic Report: Cash-game Traffic Shows Signs of Life; Big Tournaments Struggle

    Posted By Robert DellaFave on Tuesday 17th of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    Something strange and unusual happened in New Jersey last week, and it had little to do with the noxious fumes emanating from the NJ Turnpike. For the first time in seemingly forever, cash-game volume in the Garden State’s iPoker industry took a decided turn for the better...

  9. Exploring the Borgata and PartyPoker Relationship

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Monday 16th of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    Borgata and PartyPoker have teamed up to create the busiest poker network in the New Jersey regulated market. The two sites use PartyPoker’s software. It is similar to the one used in PartyPoker’s international operations...

  10. Nevada Online Poker Review: Palms Closes, Caesars Palace Renovated

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Sunday 15th of June 2014 at Nevada Poker Reviews

    It was an interesting week for anyone in Las Vegas for the 2014 World Series of Poker, as the hordes of poker players who have descended on the city may have to adjust their off-site Las Vegas poker playing plans as they’ll find a familiar poker room has been closed but a newly renovated has reopened to take its place...

  11. New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement "Encouraged" by PokerStars Sale

    Posted By Michael Gentile on Friday 13th of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Industry: The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has reacted to the news that Amaya Gaming is buying Rational Group—parent company of PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. Amaya stated that it believes its acquisition of Rational Group will “expedite” the inclusion of PokerStars and Full Tilt into US regulated markets...

  12. New Jersey Releases May iGaming and Atlantic City Results

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Friday 13th of June 2014 at US Poker

    The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement reported May results today for Atlantic City casinos and New Jersey iGaming sites.  Atlantic City casinos posted a gaming win of $232.4 million.  This was down 8...

  13. Palms Las Vegas Closes Poker Room

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Thursday 12th of June 2014 at US Poker

    Palms Las Vegas has closed its 8-table poker room, which had struggled since it moved to a new location within the casino in 2012. The Palms poker room was opened by CG Technology, commonly referred to by its previous name, Cantor Gaming...

  14. New Jersey Online Poker Revenues Drop Another 12 Percent in May

    Posted By David Huber on Thursday 12th of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Industry: Warm-weather online poker declines continue in New Jersey.New Jersey online poker revenue numbers released by the state’s Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) on Thursday show a second consecutive monthly decline in revenue...

  15. Americans Dominating the 2014 World Series of Poker

    Posted on Thursday 12th of June 2014 at Poker News

    With 23 of the 65 2014 World Series of Poker (WSOP) events completed, American poker players are dominating the country rankings with the most cashes and bracelets.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

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