New York State’s vibrant poker scene got a shot in the arm this week. The Senate passed a bill this week, which is now one step closer to becoming law.
The Seminole Hard Rock Poker Room is moving on up, with a 36-table room in the Florida casino’s convention area, putting it closer to the tournament action.
This week Pennsylvania’s online gambling bill stole all the headlines, but plenty of other states in the area made forward progress towards regulation.
The list of PokerGO on-air personalities is all-star talent, but is that enough to get people to subscribe to the streaming service?
People are drawing the wrong conclusions from a recent Rutgers problem gambling study. Here’s why gambling addiction probably isn’t becoming an epidemic.
River Schenectady made its mark on the NY casino poker scene with its Capital Poker Classic. It drew over 1,000 players and almost tripled its guarantee.
Is the GAME Act the solution online gambling activists are dreaming of? The new Congressional bill has many hopes high for more online gambling in the US.
Can a change do some good for two casinos changing names? More importantly, will online gambling legislation in Pennsylvania change enough to become law?
The US Solicitor General is opposed, but there is still hope the US Supreme Court could decide to hear the New Jersey appeal to legalize sports betting.