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Tag: UIGEA

PokerStars Releases Statement Addressing California Opponents

PokerStars’ Head of Corporate Communications Eric Hollreiser released a statement addressing those in California who are “misrepresenting” company’s past.

Year in Review: 2013 Online Poker Legislation in the U.S.

PokerNews' Matthew Kredell takes a look back at the online poker legislation that took place in the U.S. in 2013.

New Jersey DGE Suspends PokerStars Application Review for Two Years

New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement suspends PokerStars online gambling application review for two years.

Five Thoughts: Let's partypoker Like It's 2006

Five Thoughts examines partypoker's return to the U.S. market, recent tournament winners, and DraftKings satellites to WPT events.

Divorcing Bwin.Party Owners to Divest Shares in New Jersey iGaming License Bid

Two owners of bwin.party have elected to divest their shares once the company receives an online gaming license in New Jersey.

Neteller Parent Company Approved as Web Gambling Payment Processor in New Jersey

Optimal Payments, the parent company of Neteller, has been found suitable to provide online gambling payment services in New Jersey.

A Review of Bet Raise Fold: The Story of Online Poker

A review of Bet Raise Fold: The Story of Online Poker.

2012 Legislative Year in Review

Matthew Kredell takes a look at poker legislation in 2012.

Top 10 Stories of 2012: #3, Howard Lederer Breaks Year-Long Silence in the Lederer Files

After more than a year of silence, Howard Lederer spoke for the first time this past September in the renowned Lederer Files interview series with PokerNews.

Report: Efforts to Pass U.S. Federal Online Poker Bill in 2012 Expire

Federal efforts to pass Internet poker legislation during the 2012 lame-duck session of Congress have expired.

What are Online Poker's Chances During the Congressional Lame-Duck Session?

Does online poker have a chance during Congress' lame-duck session?

Poker Players Alliance Prepping Letter Detailing Concerns for Reid-Kyl Online Poker Bill

Poker Players Alliance prepping letter for Reid-Kyl online poker bill.

Opinion: Matthew Kredell Analyzes State Versus Federal Online Poker Legislation

Matthew Kredell analyzes state versus federal online poker legislation.

Recapping The Lederer Files — Part 1

A recap of PokerNews' exclusive interview with Full Tilt Poker's Howard Lederer.

Poker Players Alliance Reacts to Summary Text of Reid-Kyl Internet Gambling Bill

Poker Players Alliance reacts to the summary text of Reid-Kyl Internet gambling bill.

The Lederer Files: The UIGEA, Segregated Accounts, and Retirement

In Part 2 of an exclusive interview series with PokerNews.com, Howard Lederer discusses Full Tilt Poker's decision to stay in the UIGEA, a startling e-mail from a customer, and more.

Attorney Maurice VerStandig on Significance of Ruling That Poker is a Game of Skill

Maurice "Mac" Verstandig of Offit Kurman, P.A. offers his expert opinion on Federal Judges’ Ruling that poker does not constitute "gambling."

Black Friday Defendant John Campos Sentenced to Three Months in Prison

Black Friday defendant John Campos has been sentenced to three months in prison for his role in the illegal processing of payments for PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker.

Online Poker Opponents Send Letters to Congressional Leaders Asking for Stricter Laws

Opponents of online poker legislation send letters to Congress asking for stricter laws.

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