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Tag: Gambling legislation

Inside Gaming: Casino Boats in Hong Kong, the House Votes Against an AZ Tribe, and More

In this week’s edition of Inside Gaming, we took a look at a floating casino in Hong Kong, a House vote to block a casino in Arizona, and a potential casino project in Japan.

Online Poker Shared Liquidity Insight with Ty Stewart and Seth Palansky

Shared liquidity is a common topic as legally regulated online poker grows on the state level in the U.S. The WSOP's Ty Stewart and Seth Palansky provide insight on the topic.

Delaware Launches Free Online Poker Game on Facebook; Real-Money Gaming Set for October

Delaware launched a free-play online gaming platform on Facebook, which will serve as the foundation for the real-money operation set to take off at the end of October.

U.S. Appeals Court Overrules Decision in Lawrence DiCristina Poker Case

The U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals overturned the acquittal of Lawrence DiCristina on Tuesday.

Inside Gaming: New York State of Mind, More for Macau, and Studying Problem Gaming

New York State may expand casino gambling, Macau continues to boom, and a UK group studies problem gambling.

PokerNews Op-Ed: Congress Has Been Dealt a New Online Poker Hand

Attorney Maurice "Mac" VerStandig on why Congress has been dealt a new online poker hand with Rep. Joe Barton's Internet Poker Freedom Act of 2013.

Rep. Joe Barton: U.S. Federal Online Poker Legislation Not Far Away

Congressman Joe Barton believes that federal online poker legislation will occur once more populous states launch their own markets.

Inside Gaming: WSOP Acquires Mobile App, Harry Reid Discusses Federal Online Poker Bill

In this week’s edition of Inside Gaming, Harry Reid discusses the new federal online poker bill, and the World Series of Poker acquires its mobile app.

Federal Online Poker Bill Introduced in U.S. Congress

Rep. Peter King (R-NY) introduced a federal online poker bill titled the Internet Gambling Regulation, Consumer Protection and Enforcement Act of 2013.

Report: PokerStars' Deal to Purchase Atlantic City Casino Expires

According to the Wall Street Journal, PokerStars' agreement to purchase the Atlantic Club Casino in New Jersey has expired.

Lesniak: PokerStars License in Hands of New Jersey Gaming Officials, Not Legislature

State Sen. Raymond Lesniak discusses his thoughts on PokerStars' application for an online gaming license in New Jersey.

ClubWPT Withdraws from Florida Market Upon Bill Signed by Florida Governor Rick Scott

ClubWPT withdraws from Florida market following Governor Rick Scott signing a bill into law on Wednesday that seized the operations of hundreds of Internet cafes.

Inside Gaming: Casino Gaming in Texas, Chicago, and Philadelphia

This week's edition of Inside Gaming, takes a look at casino gambling in Texas, Chicago, and Philadelphia.

Update On Government's Appeal in Lawrence DiCristina Case

Matthew Kredell provides an update on the Lawrence DiCristina case that the government is appealing in a federal circuit court.

Online Poker Needing More Support in New York State

New York State needs online poker, says Matthew Kredell, but the issue needs more support from state lawmakers.

Lobbyist Matt Eide Explains Status of Online Poker in Iowa

Iowa lobbyist Matt Eide of Eide & Heisinger, L.L.C. explains the online poker situation in Iowa, which has introduced legislation on numerous occasions.

Nevada Gaming Commission Seeking Comment on Interstate Agreements

The NGC has filed a Request for Comment from all licensees and interested persons on “regulations concerning interstate agreements for interactive gaming.”

Texas Legislation Addresses Both Live and Online Poker

Add Texas to the list of states considering online poker thanks to State of Texas Ballot Measure SJR No. 43. Learn more on Texas' poker situation here.

New Jersey Likely to Influence Other States to Legalize Online Poker

New Jersey is the third state to approve online poker, but it's likely to have a greater impact on the rest of the country than its predecessors.

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