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The Nevada online poker industry centered in Las Vegas made a big move toward sustainability and growth last week. In early July, the Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) announced approval of the combination of online player pools. This would allow competing poker rooms to join their player account lists, and allow much simpler operation for […]read more
The World Series of Poker is held in Las Vegas, so everyone knew that Nevada’s online poker industry would receive a push from the Nevada online poker tournament’s global entrants. It seems that the surge delivered more than a 20% month over month improvement in revenue for the Silver State. Overall, the Nevada online poker […]read more
The World Series of Poker is the most anticipated and popular live poker tournament in Las Vegas and in the world. Every year tens of thousands of poker hopefuls from across the globe descend upon Sin City in the Nevada desert. Their dream? To pull a Chris Moneymaker 2003 achievement and move from relative anonymity […]read more
The Las Vegas-based Nevada online poker industry just received a positive piece of news. As reported in the Las Vegas Review Journal, a proposal delivered to Nevada’s state gaming authorities would add much needed liquidity to that small state’s online poker industry. While more than a dozen companies have purchased Internet gaming licenses for the […]read more
The World Series of Poker is annually the biggest poker Festival of the last 40 years. The 2014 WSOP main event kicked off on July 5, 6 and 7, with those initial opening rounds labeled as Day 1a, 1b and 1c. After Day 1c action was complete, a popular and familiar professional poker player found […]read more