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In an early report regarding traffic to the new websites in Nevada which are offering legal online poker gambling for real money, traffic appears to be down 25% for the month of November. Still only a few months old, the Nevada and Vegas online poker industry is definitely in its infancy. Also, regulators pointed to […]read more
Before Delaware launched its first online poker, slots, roulette and blackjack real money gambling website, Nevada held a monopoly on legal online poker play in the United States. WSOP and Ultimate Poker are the two officially licensed websites currently offering legal Internet poker to Las Vegas and Nevada residents. And though Delaware officially rolled out […]read more
When Nevada launched legal online poker, Texas Hold ‘Em was the only game offered. There were different versions and different table stakes levels of course, but if you wanted to gamble legally online at a state sponsored site within the Silver State, poker was the game, and Hold ‘Em was the only offering. Recently Omaha […]read more
Extensions for applying to become one of the first businesses to offer Internet poker in Nevada have been extended to five companies. The monthly meeting of the Nevada Gaming Commission was held on October 24, where the possibility of adding other forms of casino gambling to current Internet poker offerings was discussed, and put on […]read more
“I always feel like somebody’s watching me” is the refrain in R&B artist Rockwell’s smash hit song and music video from the mid 1980’s. And if you are playing Las Vegas online poker, or enjoying the virtual version of your favorite poker card game from elsewhere in Nevada, you want to know something? Somebody really […]read more