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Tag: New Jersey

Five Thoughts: The Newsweek Article, Seiver Discusses ONE DROP Bluff, and More

Five Thoughts examines the reaction to the Newsweek article on online gaming, Scott Seiver's big bluff in the ONE DROP, and more.

Atlantic City Woes Continue: Revel Set to Close, Christie Vetoes Sports Betting & More

Atlantic City continues to suffer as Revel set to close, Donald Trump sues two properties baring his name, & Gov. Christie vetoes sports betting.

Five Thoughts: California Bills Die, The Poker Hall of Fame, WPT and GPI, and More

Five Thoughts examines the two bills that fell short in California, the Poker Hall of Fame nomination process, and more.

Five Thoughts: Main Event Focus, Outspending Adelson, and Should WSOP.com Sign Merson?

In this week's Five Thoughts, Donnie Peters steps in for Rich Ryan to discuss focusing on the WSOP Main Event, outspending Sheldon Adelson, and asks should WSOP.com sign Greg Merson?

2014 WSOP November Nine: New Jersey Online Player William Tonking

Will Tonking is used to grinding online poker in New Jersey, but now he finds himself on poker's biggest stage as part of the 2014 WSOP November Nine.

Five Thoughts: A Look at the 2014 World Series of Poker November Nine

Five Thoughts examines the 2014 World Series of Poker November Nine, including Mark Newhouse and chip leader Jorryt van Hoof.

New Lawsuit Against a "Thief" Reveals Churchill Downs' Plans to Build Online Casino

A new lawsuit against a “fraud” and “thief” has revealed Churchill Downs' plans to enter online gambling market in New Jersey.

Inside Gaming: Macau Revenue Down, a Spanish Study, and Showboat Casino Hotel to Close

In this edition of Inside Gaming, Macau experiences a decline in gaming revenue for the first time in five years, Spain studies online gambling habits of its citizens, and another Atlantic City casino announces it will close.

Lesniak: New Jersey Needs PokerStars to Boost Internet Gambling

Will PokerStars be able to fix the disappointing iGaming revenue figures in New Jersey? State Senator Ray Lesniak offers his take.

PokerNews Op-Ed: Just How Much Demand Does Atlantic City Still Possess?

What do the recent bankruptcies of Revel and Showboat mean for Atlantic City? PokerNews contributor and noted attorney Mac VerStandig offers his take.

Inside Gaming: Amaya-PokerStars Blockbuster, New Jersey Decline, and MGM coming to Mass.

In this week's Inside Gaming, the Amaya-PokerStars deal has the industry scrambling to consider implications just as New Jersey's online numbers are down.

Amaya CEO on Acquisition of PokerStars: "It Will Transform the Entire Gaming Industry"

Amaya's acquisition of the Rational Group represents a "strong deal from a financial perspective" that will "transform the entire global gaming industry."

The Sunday Briefing: Fabian Quoss Wins PokerStars $109 Sunday Rebuy

Fabian Quoss was among the major winners at PokerStars on Sunday, June 1. Get all of the results in the Sunday Briefing.

Partypoker Adds Sit-and-Gos to Mobile App

Partypoker.com has just released an upgraded Android mobile for sit n go's. Partypoker apps now support cash games, SNGs, and their fast-fold game, Fast Forward.

Ty Stewart Talks Millionaire Maker, Botching the Dog Show, and Bringing Fun Back to Poker

WSOP Executive Director Ty Stewart discusses the record-breaking Millionaire Maker, screwing up the the dog show, and bringing the fun back to poker.

Inside Gaming: Smoking to be Banned in Macau, Two Withdraw from New York, and More

Inside Gaming examines Macau's pending smoking ban, two $1 million refunds in New York, and more.

Five Thoughts: Crumpling Cards, the Seminole Hard Rock $10 Million Guarantee, and More

Five Thoughts examines the crumpling cards fiasco, looks at the new schedule for the $10 million guarantee, and more.

Six Victims of Winter Poker Open Counterfeit Chip Scandal File Lawsuit Against Borgata

Six players, all of who were among the final 27 of the Winter Poker Open, have filed a lawsuit against Borgata seeking $33,756.44 in damages.

Five Thoughts: Dewey Tomko's Alleged Impostor, Longest EPT Final Table Ever, and More

Five Thoughts looks at the bizarre Dewey Tomko hoax, the longest EPT final table in history, and more.

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