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Tag: Online Poker

Gov. Brian Sandoval Eyes Summer Launch for Nevada/Delaware Internet Poker Compact

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval believes that Nevada and Delaware could be sharing online poker player pools by this summer.

The Online Railbird Report: Galfond and Cates Lose $1.1 Million Each; Blom Capitalizes

Viktor "Isildur1" Blom hits a $1.2 million upswing while Phil "OMGClayAiken" Galfond and Dan "jungleman12" Cates both lose more than a million.

Sheldon Adelson's Anti-Internet Gambling Bill Could Be Introduced Next Week

Sen. Lindsey Graham could introduce the Sheldon Adelson-backed anti-Internet gambling bill as early as next week.

Playing on Belgium's Blacklisted Poker Sites Might Cost You Three Years in Prison

Four years after signing of the Gambling Act, Belgium's authorities are about to start going after players on non-licensed poker rooms.

Tribal Leaders Confident in iGaming Prospects for Indian Country

Ernie Stevens Jr., chairman of NIGA, and Valerie Red-Horse, owner of Red-Horse Financial Group Inc, are confident in iGaming prospects in Indian country.

Online Poker Tycoon Russ DeLeon Being Sued by Chevron Corp.

Online poker tycoon Russ DeLeon, who was formerly a major shareholder in PartyGaming, is being sued by Chevron in environmental suit debacle.

New UK Gambling Bill Approved by House of Lords

A new UK gambling bill received final parliamentary approval from the House of Lords on Tuesday.

Report: Meet Spain's Average Online Poker Player

According to a new study, the average Spanish online poker player is under 34-years old , spends at least 1 hour during every poker session, and is easily able to quit.

Full Tilt Poker Set To Launch Brand New Innovative Flipout Tournaments On Wednesday

On Wednesday, March 19, Full Tilt Poker will launch its latest addition to the client in the form of Flipout Tournaments.

PokerNews Returns to Jersey Shore for Live Coverage of 2014 Borgata Spring Poker Open

PokerNews will be providing live coverage of the 2014 Borgata Spring Poker open from April 8-26.

Eight Years of the PokerStars Sunday Million: Biggest Winners, Field Sizes, and More

PokerStars recently celebrated the eighth anniversary of the Sunday Million. We take a look at the tournament's biggest winners, field sizes, and more.

The Online Railbird Report: Dan Cates Wins $1.18 Million; Tollerene Opts Out

Dan "jungleman12" Cates cleaned up at 2-7 triple draw to finish as the week's biggest winner with $1,185,862 in profit.

Inside Gaming: bwin.party's 2013 Results, Ohio Falls Short of Projections, and More

Inside Gaming examines the 2013 results from bwin.party, Ohio's first full year of casino revenue, and Rhode Island's prospects for online gaming.

Partypoker to Host NJ Championship of Online Poker April 19-27

partypoker & BorgataPoker will host New Jersey Championships of Online Poker (NJCOP) - 15 events with $600,000 in guaranteed prize money - from April 19-27.

Pro-Internet Gambling Coalition Increases Efforts to Combat Adelson

A pro-online gambling coalition has increased efforts to fight Sheldon Adelson's Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling.

Online Gaming Revenue in New Jersey Increases in February; Poker Decreases

Online gaming revenue increased in New Jersey in February, but no thanks to online poker.

Poker Jobs: PokerStars Women Community Manager “A Poker Journalist...in 140 Characters”

As a Community Manager for PokerStars, Kristalina Steininger has her dream job in the poker industry. Find out how she landed the role. "It's funny, actually, because I'm recently single and my friends were talking to me about dating. I...

Online Poker Legislation Making Progress in the Netherlands

The Netherlands may be renowned for its liberal stance on soft drugs and prostitution, but it’s a whole different story when it comes to gambling and poker. Will that soon change?

Massachusetts Weighs Positive and Negative Impacts of Internet Gambling

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is holding a forum to discuss the pros and cons of Internet gambling.

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