The only change on the online poker front is a shuffling of tribal and card room coalitions. Online poker, meanwhile, is going nowhere fast.
The latest California online poker bill attempts to find rooms for tribal casinos to compromise, with racing considerations and a vague bad actor clause.
The state of Kentucky filed a lawsuit against PokerStars and parent company Amaya based on their operations with players from Kentucky between 2006-2011.
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.
Even though there has been opposition to PokerStars in California, it seems the tides have turned and they are optimistic about the 2016 year in the state.
A disgruntled ex-employee of PokerStars and Full Tilt created pokerWTF.com to release harmful details about parent company Amaya leading to legal action.
The Pechanga Coalition, who have been known not to budge on horse racing, offered up a few compromises that they would be okay with which is a big step.