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  1. New Jersey Tournament Traffic Rundown for the Week Ending 6/8/2014

    Posted By Bill Grinstead on Tuesday 10th of June 2014 at US Poker

    Borgata/PartyPoker In the Party Poker $10K, traffic dropped slightly, dipping from 123 runners the previous week to 113 on average last week. Sunday saw the biggest player turnout, with 135 runners and VARJAK going the distance for a $2,764 payday...

  2. WSOP Nevada Site Sees Traffic Increase during 2014 WSOP

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Tuesday 10th of June 2014 at 4Flush

    Everyone knows that the 2014 World Series of Poker is in full swing, with amateurs and pros taking down gold bracelet wins. For two weeks, players have hit the felt in the hopes of being the next big winner...

  3. PPA Survey of California Online Poker Players Shows Broad Support for PokerStars

    Posted By David Huber on Tuesday 10th of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Law and Regulation: Consumer sentiment appears to heavily favor PokerStars’ entrance into California market.A survey conducted late last year by the Poker Players Alliance specifically asked Californians about their past experiences with PokerStars...

  4. New Jersey DGE Announces Affiliate Licensing Policy

    Posted By David Huber on Monday 9th of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Law and Regulation: The manner of compensation an affiliate receives determines its official classification by the DGE.The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) released its much anticipated plan on affiliate licensing Monday...

  5. WSOP Nevada Now the Largest Regulated Online Poker Room in the US

    Posted By Michael Gentile on Monday 9th of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Poker Room News: WSOP.com in Nevada has surpassed the combination of partypoker and Borgata in New Jersey to become the largest online poker site regulated in the US. With a 7-day moving average of 144 cash game players, WSOP...

  6. Venetian Issues Statement over PokerNews MSPT Banning

    Posted By David Huber on Monday 9th of June 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Industry: A “business decision” was made due to PokerNews online poker affiliation.Last week, PokerNews was denied access to its self-sponsored MSPT series due to its affiliation with online poker...

  7. Is Legal Online Poker coming to a state near you?

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Sunday 8th of June 2014 at 4Flush

    Legal online poker is currently available in three US states, Nevada, Delaware, and New Jersey, and it may soon be coming to a state near you thanks to the 2011 reversal of their interpretation of the Wire Act –after declaring the Wire Act applied to all forms of online gambling back in 2002, the DOJ […]

  8. Venetian Confirms Adelson's Anti-Online Gambling Stance Caused PokerNews Ban

    Posted on Sunday 8th of June 2014 at Poker News

    The Venetian confirmed that it excluded PokerNews.com from covering a tournament inside its casino due to the site's ties to online poker companies.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  9. California Tribes Still Divided on Internet Poker Legislation Involving PokerStars

    Posted on Friday 6th of June 2014 at Poker News

    Tribes in California are still split on the bad actor clause that would prevent PokerStars from participating in the state's prospective Internet poker market.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  10. Draft Web Poker Bill Circulating on Capitol Hill

    Posted By Steve Tetreault on Friday 6th of June 2014 at Online Poker Report

    Draft Web Poker Bill Circulating on Capitol Hill The draft of a federal online poker bill allegedly written by Caesars is being passed around, but NV Sen. Dean Heller and others don't see it taking off...

  11. PokerStars Responds to California Tribal Consensus of Online Poker Legislation

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Friday 6th of June 2014 at 4Flush

    Online poker giant PokerStars has been trying to get back into the United States poker marketplace for some time. After losing out on a New Jersey casino and online gaming market as well as in Nevada, the group moved towards California...

  12. 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...

  13. 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...

  14. 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...

  15. 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...

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