WCOOP Winner Makes Waves

PokerStars’ World Championship of Online Poker (WCOOP) is a prestigious event for all online poker grinders. Normally, the winner of the main event is a player with a history of wins who has been participating in online poker tournaments for years – however, this year saw something completely different, as a player named Maratik from […]
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Maryland Launches Online Lottery Sales

While the federal government fails to make up its mind over online gambling legislation, individual states are moving forward with plans to legalize online gambling on step at a time. Following in the footsteps of Illinois, which recently launched online lottery sales, is Maryland. The state has decided to move forward with its plans to […]
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Opposition for New Jersey Gambling Expansion

New Jersey formerly thrived in the country’s gambling market. Atlantic City was second only to Las Vegas in terms of providing a high-quality gambling experience and, as a result, raking in gambling revenue. Unfortunately, the city went the way of Las Vegas, failing to generate enough gaming and tourism revenue to stay afloat. To help […]
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Online Gambling Could Be Back on the Table for DC

Several years ago, District of Columbia presented the most promise for becoming the first American state to legalize online gambling. Unfortunately, the plan never came to fruition, as political complications arose and gambling fans were left out in the cold. Now, DC could be looking at venturing into the online gambling market again, as Jack […]
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Hearing to Discuss Atlantic City’s Future

Atlantic City was previously one of the biggest and most successful gambling capitals in the world. However, it has recently started to go the way of Las Vegas, losing valuable tourism and gambling revenue. A hearing scheduled for this week will see industry professionals sharing ideas about how to revive the city. It is crucial […]
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Delay for Online Gambling Action Plan

The European Union was meant to release an online gambling Action Plan on September 26th; however, it’s publication has been delayed. . The document will set out guidelines for the online gambling market in the EU, ensuring that regulations will be adhered to by all member states. Unfortunately, however, the delay has been caused by […]
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Details of Federal Online Poker Bill Revealed

Senators Harry Reid and Jon Kyl have recently proposed the “Internet Gambling Prohibition, Poker Consumer Protection and Strengthening UIGEA Act of 2012”, a new online gambling legislation that aims to make poker and off-track betting legal. This is the first time an online gambling legislation has been presented in the American senate for quite some […]
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More Charges for Lederer and Bitar

The American government is doing everything in its power to ensure that former Full Tilt Poker CEOs Raymond Bitar and Howard Lederer do not get off easy. In addition to an existing laundry list of charges laid against the two men, prosecutors have added yet another charge, accusing Bitar and Lederer of violating the Travel […]
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888 Casino Gives Live Dealer Gaming A Makeover

In the online casino world, live dealer gaming is somewhat of a niche market. So, while some sites (such as All Slots) have had to shut down their live dealer offerings, others continue to thrive. 888 is one casino that is experience great success, and the operator has decided to build on it by providing […]
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