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  1. Why New Jersey Online Poker Sites Should Market to Women Now

    Posted By Jennifer Newell on Thursday 5th of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    The topic of women in poker has been discussed at length, but as the regulated online poker industry emerges in states like New Jersey, the issue should be at the forefront of operators’ minds. It’s important to market to women and tap into the most underrepresented group of potential poker players, but to protect the ones who play on the sites as well...

  2. WSOP Nevada Traffic Surpasses New Jersey Counterpart

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Thursday 5th of June 2014 at US Poker

    WSOP.com Nevada now has more cash game players than its New Jersey sister site, according to stats published by PokerScout. WSOP.com now averages 140 players over the past seven days according to these stats, up around 50 percent since the World Series of Poker kicked off on May 27...

  3. WSOP.com NJ Rolls Out Sweeping Changes to its Loyalty Program

    Posted By Robert DellaFave on Thursday 5th of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    WSOP.com has implemented widespread changes to its player loyalty programs, adding several new benefits tiers and increasing rakeback to 35 percent for its most faithful regulars. Lower tiers have seen their benefits moderately reduced, while rakeback for the program’s entry level annual tier (“Elite”) stands pat at 20 percent...

  4. Nevada Online Poker Review: Is WSOP Increasing Traffic as Predicted?

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Thursday 5th of June 2014 at Nevada Poker Reviews

    Every year the poker world descends on Las Vegas to participate in the spectacle that is the World Series of Poker. Additionally, in every year players are welcomed by Caesars, the Rio, and the WSOP staff...

  5. Pennsylvania Online Poker Bill Details

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Monday 2nd of June 2014 at US Poker

    The Pennsylvania online poker bill has been released. The sponsor is State Sen. Edwin Erickson. Sen. Erickson acknowledges in the bill that Pennsylvania players are already playing at offshore sites. It also states that poker is different than casino games that are banked by the house...

  6. WSOP.com Cross Promotions Shine Light on Interstate Poker Possibilities

    Posted By Jennifer Newell on Monday 2nd of June 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    The legal and regulated online poker market in the United States is small. Of course, it is in its infancy with only three states participating thus far – Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware. Nevada and Delaware signed an interstate online poker agreement, which some hope to see take form in the coming months...

  7. Pennsylvania to Hold Online Gambling Hearing on Tuesday, June 3

    Posted on Saturday 31st of May 2014 at Poker News

    The Pennsylvania Senate Community, Economic and Recreational Development Committee will hold a hearing next week to discuss the benefits of legalizing online gambling in the state.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  8. Nevada Traffic Report: Live WSOP Propels Nevada Online Traffic Upwards

    Posted By Robert DellaFave on Friday 30th of May 2014 at Nevada Poker Reviews

    For most online poker networks, May and June is a time of decreased player volume and falling revenues. Not in Nevada. Thanks to the presence of the 45th annual WSOP, the who’s who of poker professions, wealthy businessmen and prominent members of the poker community have made their way to Vegas...

  9. Nevada Traffic Report: World Series of Poker To Cause Major Increase?

    Posted By Robert DellaFave on Friday 30th of May 2014 at Nevada Poker Reviews

    For most online poker networks, May and June is a time of decreased player volume and falling revenues. Not in Nevada. Thanks to the presence of the 45th annual WSOP, the who’s who of poker professions, wealthy businessmen and prominent members of the poker community have made their way to Vegas...

  10. Can New Jersey Poker Sites Win Versus Offshore Company Advantages?

    Posted By Jennifer Newell on Friday 30th of May 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    The regulated New Jersey online gaming market has a number of issues standing in the way of maximizing its success, and one of the biggest is the presence of offshore gaming options for players. It’s no secret that offshore gaming sites continue to offer real-money services to players in New Jersey...

  11. Delaware Releases April 2014 Internet Gaming Results

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Friday 30th of May 2014 at US Poker

    The Delaware Lottery announced the April results of its interactive gaming.  Gross gaming revenue came in at $240,496.  Table game revenue was $137, 205, up 31 percent over March.  Slots posted a win of $29,214, up 6 percent from March...

  12. Bovada No Longer Accepting Players from New Jersey

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Thursday 29th of May 2014 at 4Flush

    According to a recent letter sent out by Bovada, the US version of Bodog, poker players in the state of New Jersey will no longer be able to register an account with the online poker room. The state of New Jersey was just added to the list of restricted states and Bovada will no longer […]

  13. INSIDE GAMING: MGM Resorts Takes Cautious Approach to Actual Real Money Internet Gaming

    Posted By Howard Stutz on Thursday 29th of May 2014 at Online Poker Report

    INSIDE GAMING: MGM Resorts Takes Cautious Approach to Actual Real Money Internet Gaming MGM Resorts, licensed for iGaming in NV, supports regulated online gambling in the US, but is waiting on the sidelines as the market develops...

  14. WSOP.com goes all in on cross promoting in Nevada and New Jersey

    Posted By Jeremy Enke on Thursday 29th of May 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    With the 2014 World Series of Poker underway, the iconic brands online properties, legal and regulated in two states, are going all-in. In conjunction with the world’s largest and most well-known poker tournament, during the next 7 weeks WSOP...

  15. Black Friday Informant Daniel Tzvetkoff Could Avoid Further Jail Time

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Thursday 29th of May 2014 at US Poker Sites.net

    According to an article in the Courier Mail, Black Friday informant Daniel Tzvetkoff, the internet whiz kid who is of Bulgarian origin but an Australian resident, could avoid jail time even though he was a major player in America’s online poker industry prior to the Black Friday incident...

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