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Tag: Nevada

Real Gaming Becomes Nevada's Third Online Poker Site To Launch

Real Gaming, formerly known as South Point Poker, has become the third site to launch real-money operations in Nevada.

The Sunday Briefing: Maria Ho Wins PokerStars Sunday 500 for $80,000

Maria Ho was one of Sunday's biggest winners online after winning the PokerStars Sunday 500 for $80,370. Get all of the results on the Sunday Briefing.

Five Thoughts: The Argument in Favor of Super High Rollers and an Aussie Millions Wrap

Five Thoughts takes a look at the positives of super high roller poker tournaments and recaps the 2014 Aussie Millions.

The Sunday Briefing: Guilherme "VinceVegaMFR" Cheveau Wins PokerStars Sunday Million

Guilherme "VinceVegaMFR" Cheveau won the PokerStars Sunday Million on Feb. 9, 2014. Get all of the Sunday Major results in the Sunday Briefing.

WSOP.com Offering Double Action Player Points Every Day in February

WSOP.com is offering double Action Player Points (APPs) every day in February.

Wynn Approved for Internet Gambling in New Jersey, but Now Siding with Adelson?

Wynn Resorts Ltd. was approved to offer internet gambling in New Jersey, but CEO Stave Wynn is questioning the business opportunity in the market.

The Sunday Briefing: Dan Smith and Sami Kelopuro Scoop Major Tournament Wins

Dan Smith and Sami Kelopuro were among the Sunday tournament winners on Jan. 26, 2014. Get all of the results in the Sunday Briefing.

Five Thoughts: Counterfeit Chips at Borgata, Ivey League Training, and More

Five Thoughts examines the counterfeit chips discovered during the Borgata Winter Poker Open $2 Million Guarantee, the pending launch of the Ivey League, and more.

Inside Gaming: New Jersey and Pennsylvania Yield Decreases in Gambling Revenue for 2013

Inside Gaming takes a look at decrease gambling revenues in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, and more.

Focus of Efforts for U.S. Online Poker Is More About Defense Than Offense in 2014

John Pappas and the Poker Players Alliance ready to stand tall and face Sheldon Adelson and company, stating the focus of efforts to license and regulate Internet poker in the U.S. will be more about defense than offense in 2014.

Inside Gaming: Macau Crushes 2013, Borgata COO Talks Online Gaming, and More

Inside Gaming takes a look at Macau's terrific 2013, where gaming revenues soared to $45.2 billion - a 19-percent increase from 2012.

WSOP.com Issues Short-Handed Rewards for January

WSOP.com launches new promotion for January to award double Action Player Points for those playing short-handed cash games.

Top 10 Stories of 2013: #1, The Launch of Regulated Online Poker in the U.S.

PokerNews' No. 1 story of 2013 is the launch of regulated, real-money online poker in the United States.

World Series of Poker Announces 2014 Dates

The 2014 World Series of Poker will run from May 27-July 14. Dates for the Millionaire Maker, One Drop, and Main Event announced.

Wynn Resorts, Station Casinos Join American Gaming Association

Wynn Resorts, Station Casinos and Churchill Downs are the latest companies to join the American Gaming Association.

California Entrepreneur Invents "Texas Block 'Em" Game; Claims Legality

Palo Alto entrepreneur Arthur Pfeiffer invents "Texas Block'em," claiming it's legality because it involves "no luck."

The Sunday Briefing: Peter Turmezey Wins PokerStars Sunday Million for Second Time

Peter "twirlpro" Turmezey joined an elite group of two-time PokerStars Sunday Million winners.

PayPal Shares Customer Information With Company Led by UltimateBet Coverup Suspect

PayPal shares customer information with company led by UltimateBet cheating suspect.

Inside Gaming: Adelson Forced to Cancel $30 Billion "EuroVegas" Project in Spain, and More

Sheldon Adelson is forced to cancel his $30 Billion EuroVegas Project in Spain, Bulgaria adjusts the national gambling tax rate, and more.

Indian Tribes Look to Capitalize on Internet Gaming in U.S.

With more and more states showing interest in online gambling, Indian tribes across the country want a piece of the market.

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