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Since it arrived in April of this year, legal online poker for Nevada residents and travelers up until recently had been a monopoly. Station Casinos delivered the “only game in town” in the Silver State, having made online gambling history in the United States when the company opened the virtual doors to its Ultimate Poker […]read more
Ultimate Poker launched the first real money online poker site in the United States in Las Vegas back in April, and they now have competition. The globally recognized and respected World Series of Poker brand opened the virtual doors of WSOP.com on September 19, two days earlier than their pre-registration had planned. Players and site […]read more
It was announced on September 13 that the preliminary approval was given for the partnership formed by offshore online poker operator 888 Holdings and Las Vegas’ own Golden Gaming. The company formed by the agreement will deliver online poker for Nevada residents and visitors, which must either head to the physical Treasure Island property or […]read more
Every two years the TDA (Tournament Director’s Association) assembles in Las Vegas, Nevada to argue, bitch about, discuss and convince others of the wisdom of their own ideas regarding tournament poker. And every two years it seems that the tournament directors (TDs) from the Venetian and other major Las Vegas casinos, all the way down […]read more
Republican Congressman Joe Barton has long been a champion for legalized online poker in the US. And any time a Congressional legislator tries to convince other congressmen and women to share his viewpoints, he knows he must be on the top of his game verbally. He is speaking to people who make a living by […]read more