California has been at it longer than any other state, but now multiple states are passing CA by when it comes to online gambling progress.
The only change on the online poker front is a shuffling of tribal and card room coalitions. Online poker, meanwhile, is going nowhere fast.
After hosting 2 high stakes tournaments last year, Aria Casino announced that they will be holding a tournament with an expected prize pool of $25 million.
The tribal casinos in California have recently been accusing the California card rooms of offering house banked games, which is against the law.
Mississippi and Washington were the two most recent states to have representatives make a legal case for legalized online gaming without substantial success
Two new bills, AB 9 and AB 167, have been introduced in Congress. Both bills hope to legalize online gambling in California and are good starting points.
With the Super Bowl ready to be played later today, there are several poker consistencies that correlate with poker players and events in recent events.
The newly filed Nevada online gambling bill calls for the NGC to keep in mind new technologies for making regulations. Social gaming will be more prominent.
Although Sheldon Adelson has recently been finding much success in the argument about Legalized US iGaming, numbers show opposition outnumbers supporters.