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.
Federal agents shut down the Bike in California for almost 20 hours. Local reports suggest players have used the casino to launder money.
Max Steinberg and Neil Blumenfield, both California natives, found success in the November Nine and finished in fourth place and third place respectively.
Jennifer Harman and John Juanda are the new inductees in the Poker Hall of Fame. Harman changed the game for females and Juanda was successful in his play.
The NJ DGE did as thorough of a job as you can get with the Amaya Inc. license for PokerStars in New Jersey. Here is a summary of their findings.
A disgruntled ex-employee of PokerStars and Full Tilt created pokerWTF.com to release harmful details about parent company Amaya leading to legal action.
Churchill Downs, famously known as the site of the Kentucky Derby, has confirmed their partnership with the Crystal Casino and Ocean’s 11, both in LA.
Ho-Chunk Madison claimed that their e-gaming was Class II gaming and the state contended it was Class III, which would be illegal. Ho-Chunk won the appeal.