Not all progress is created equal. While Pennsylvania and New York took small steps on major casino issues, they pale in comparison to NJ gambling success.
You win some, you lose some, even if you’re billionaire Carl Icahn flipping billion-dollar casinos in Atlantic City and Las Vegas.
New Jersey continues to succeed on the online gambling front, while Pennsylvania and poker on TV hope their latest changes will lead to success.
It’s getting hard for lawmakers around the country to ignore New Jersey, with the state’s online gambling industry posting another $20 million-plus month.
Both New Jersey and Texas are searching for workarounds for existing gambling law to bring poker and online casinos to more people.
The US commercial casino industry is on pace to surpass $40 billion in revenue for the second-straight year, according to statistics compiled by UNLV.
New Jersey State Sen. Ray Lesniak wants to open up the state’s online gambling sites to the rest of the world. He could save online poker in the process.
Partnerships are key in gambling. Some work, but others, like tribes and the sports betting coalition can cause some confusion.
New Jersey and the World Series of Poker both posted numbers too big to ignore this week, with signs gambling is growing in the US.