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  1. Online Gambling Bills Could Receive Votes in 2014 in Illinois and Pennsylvania

    Posted By Steve Larson on Tuesday 1st of April 2014 at Legal US poker sites

    While “Restoration of the Wire Act” is being discussed in both houses of the U.S. Congress, state legilatures continue to consider legalizing online gambling. Lawmakers in Pennsylvania and Illinois are discussing bills which would make intra-state online gaming legal, while one Pennsylvania politician wants to put people who gamble on the Internet in jail...

  2. Comcast Denies Bovada Block

    Posted By Jocelyn Wood on Tuesday 1st of April 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Poker Room News: The ISP says reports of players being unable to access Bovada through have nothing to do with Comcast.The issue reported yesterday of Comcast users being unable to access the Bovada site is not the result of Comcast blocking a poker room...

  3. PokerStars To Continue Partnership Negotiations with California Card Rooms

    Posted on Monday 31st of March 2014 at Poker News

    Attorney Keith Sharp said California partnership negotiations with PokerStars will continue.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  4. Online Poker Bill Introduced in New York State

    Posted on Monday 31st of March 2014 at Poker News

    Online poker is back in the New York Senate with the introduction of S 6913, a bill introduced Friday by Republican State Sen. John Bonacic.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  5. New Jersey Takes Sports Betting Case to the Supreme Court

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Monday 31st of March 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    New Jersey Takes Sports Betting Case to the Supreme Court Sheldon Adelson may have brought the battle over internet gambling into the mainstream spotlight, but while Congress readies to debate the merits of online gambling another somewhat parallel fight is brewing just down the road at the Supreme Court over sports-betting...

  6. The Regulated Poker Affiliate Dilemma

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Monday 31st of March 2014 at US Poker

    Online poker is now regulated in three states.  Affiliate opportunities are available in Nevada and New Jersey.  The leader in affiliate programs so far is New Jersey. Becoming a regulated poker affiliate is not as easy as becoming one for an offshore site...

  7. 3 Reasons California Should Welcome PokerStars with Open Arms

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Monday 31st of March 2014 at 4Flush

    On Saturday I wrote a column explaining why I felt PokerStars needed to take a step back from the US market. From the outside looking in, their involvement in California seems to be gumming up the works, and could very well threaten whatever chance an online poker bill has of passing, or at the very […]

  8. Nevada Online Poker Revenue: Better Than Delaware, Worse Than New Jersey

    Posted By Chris Grove on Monday 31st of March 2014 at Online Poker Report

    Nevada Online Poker Revenue: Better Than Delaware, Worse Than New Jersey February marked the first month that Nevada regulators broke out numbers for online poker in the state’s gaming revenue reports...

  9. PokerStars Releases Statement Addressing California Opponents

    Posted on Monday 31st of March 2014 at Poker News

    PokerStars’ Head of Corporate Communications Eric Hollreiser released a statement addressing those in California who are “misrepresenting” company’s past.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  10. New York Proposes Internet Poker

    Posted By Michael Gentile on Monday 31st of March 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Law and Regulation: A “bad actor” clause and shared liquidity provision headline the features in the proposed legislation.New York State Senator John J. Bonacic (R-Mt. Hope) introduced a bill last week that would legalize online poker in the state...

  11. 3 Takeaways From the 2014 iGaming North America Conference

    Posted By Chris Grove on Monday 31st of March 2014 at Online Poker Report

    3 Takeaways From the 2014 iGaming North America Conference Drilling down into the three dominant themes that I observed during my time at the 2014 edition of the iGaming North America Conference. The post 3 Takeaways From the 2014 iGaming North America Conference appeared first on Online Poker Report.

  12. PokerStars: California Gambling Control Commission is "More Than Qualified" to Determine Suitability

    Posted By Jocelyn Wood on Monday 31st of March 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Law and Regulation: Calls for a bad actor clause in Californian legislation are rebutted in a statement arguing that they are unnecessary and anti-competitive.PokerStars has released a statement explaining its position on a potential “bad actor” clause in proposed Californian legislation...

  13. Nevada Casino Gambling Revenues Fall Almost 14% in February 2014

    Posted By Steve Larson on Sunday 30th of March 2014 at Legal US poker sites

    Nevada casinos showed a combined drop of 13.7% in February 2014, compared to the same month last year. The decline is cause for concern in some circles, though the lower numbers were anticipated by the Nevada casinos as part of the standard business cycle...

  14. New Jersey Online Poker Banking: Evaluating ACH for Deposits and Withdrawals

    Posted By OPR Staff on Sunday 30th of March 2014 at Online Poker Report

    New Jersey Online Poker Banking: Evaluating ACH for Deposits and Withdrawals A look at - and test of - the length of time required to make deposits and withdrawals using certain methods on regulated New Jersey online poker sites...

  15. New Bill To Regulate Online Poker Introduced in New York

    Posted By Chris Grove on Saturday 29th of March 2014 at Online Poker Report

    New Bill To Regulate Online Poker Introduced in New York A new bill to regulate online poker in New York has been introduced by State Sen. John Bonacic, reviving the push for the online poker legalization in NY...

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