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  1. Caesars Entertainment Seeks New York License to Build Casino in Woodbury

    Posted By Steve Larson on Friday 25th of April 2014 at Legal US poker sites

    Caesars Entertainment submitted an application with the New York State Gaming Commission for one of the four available licenses to operate a land-based casino in the state. If approved, Caesars appears ready to build a casino in Woodbury, Orange County...

  2. Partnership With Morongo Does Not Guarantee PokerStars Entry into California iGaming Market

    Posted By Robert DellaFave on Friday 25th of April 2014 at California Gambler

    Even with this legendary new deal with the Morongo Tribe, Commerce, the Bike, and HI Gardens, PokerStars has a long way to go before dominating Cal. iPoker.

  3. Nevada Online Poker Review: Ongoing WSOP.com Mini Controversy, Cal. Hearing, and More

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Friday 25th of April 2014 at Nevada Poker Reviews

    Nevada Online Poker Review: Ongoing WSOP.com Mini Controversy, Cal. Hearing, and MoreThe iGaming community is currently focused on California, where the State Assembly hosted an online poker hearing that featured several key individuals from the online poker industry in Nevada, including former NGCB Chairman Mark Lipparelli...

  4. 24 Things We Learned at the California Online Poker Hearing

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Friday 25th of April 2014 at California Gambler

    Like lists? Here you go! The list of what we learned from the informational hearing on internet poker in California and off the wall takes included!

  5. NJ Traffic Report: NJCOP Slowly Revitalizes Traffic on PartyPoker NJ

    Posted By Robert DellaFave on Friday 25th of April 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    NJ Traffic Report: NJCOP Slowly Revitalizes Traffic on PartyPoker NJ Last time out, it was PartyPoker NJ that found itself against the ropes, desperate to reverse a nearly month-long traffic downswing...

  6. Regulated Online Gambling Will Boost Land-Based Revenues ΓΆ€“ And That Might Be What Sheldon Adelson Fears

    Posted By Steve Ruddock on Monday 21st of April 2014 at Online Poker Report

    Regulated Online Gambling Will Boost Land-Based Revenues – And That Might Be What Sheldon Adelson Fears Steve Ruddock takes a look at the historic impact of the online poker industry and online gaming on the land-based casino industry and its revenue...

  7. Steady Growth Continues with Delaware Online Gaming

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Monday 21st of April 2014 at 4Flush

    The state of Delaware is one of just three in the United States that offers online gambling options. One of two states that offers online casino game play. The state launched with little fanfare back in October of last year and has been slowly but surely gaining ground...

  8. Land-Based Casinos See Declining Revenues in Most Areas of the United States

    Posted By Steve Larson on Sunday 20th of April 2014 at Legal US poker sites

    Harrah’s Casino in Tunica, Mississippi will be closing on June 2, costing the local economy 1,300 jobs. The casino’s fate was used as an example of the overall decline of the American gambling industry in a recent Bloomberg Business article...

  9. New Jersey Is Considering An Interstate Online Poker Compact

    Posted By Sadonna Price on Sunday 20th of April 2014 at US Poker Sites.net

    With Nevada and Delaware signing an agreement back in February of this year that will join their states in an online poker partnership to share liquidity, a question that has been on everyone’s mind is whether New Jersey, which is the only other state to have regulated online poker in the up until this point, […]The post New Jersey Is Considering An Interstate Online Poker Compact appeared first on US Poker Site.

  10. Mississippi Orders Unusual Study on Internet Gambling

    Posted on Friday 18th of April 2014 at Poker News

    The state of Mississippi has ordered a study on Internet gambling. But PokerNews' Matthew Kredell is concerned with the way the study is being conducted.  Share: Facebook Twitter Google+   

  11. When Will Security Tokens Become a Standard Option at New Jersey Online Poker Sites?

    Posted By Chris Grove on Thursday 17th of April 2014 at Online Poker Report

    When Will Security Tokens Become a Standard Option at New Jersey Online Poker Sites? While most NJ online poker rooms support the concept of a security token, none have offered a concrete timeline for offering them as an option to players...

  12. New Jersey Payment Processing Report

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Thursday 17th of April 2014 at NJ Poker Online

    New Jersey Payment Processing Report New Jersey online poker sites process withdrawals as fast as or better than most offshore competitors. This is due to the availability of the traditional banking system that unlicensed sites do not enjoy...

  13. Delaware Online Poker Revenues Rebound in March

    Posted By Michael Gentile on Thursday 17th of April 2014 at Poker Fuse

    Industry: Revenues up, but new signups tail off.Delaware online gaming revenue figures for the month of March show online poker rebounding after notching two straight declining months to start the year...

  14. Illegal Sports Betting Ring Is Busted by Florida Department of Law Enforcement

    Posted By Steve Larson on Thursday 17th of April 2014 at Legal US poker sites

    A man from Naples, Florida has been arrested for running an illegal, nationwide gambling ring which used violent threats to get debtors to pay. Documents collected from the Florida Department of Law Enforcement shows the man is accursed of extortion, racketeering, and money laundering...

  15. Delaware Releases March 2014 Internet Gaming Results

    Posted By John Mehaffey on Thursday 17th of April 2014 at US Poker

    The Delaware Lottery released the results for March 2014 internet gaming. Poker rake came in at $84,391, up 12.3 percent from February. Casino games posted $122,441 in revenue, up 32.4 percent from February...

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