Posted by Carolyn on Dec 07, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Online Poker News, Poker Industry News | No Comments »

The European online gambling industry is a multi-billion industry that reportedly grows at a rate of 3 percent each year. The latest research from the European Commission shows that the online gambling industry in Europe generates in excess of €84 billion each year and more than 6.8 millionRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Dec 06, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Online Poker News, Poker Industry News, UK Poker News, US Poker News | No Comments »

New Jersey was under pressure for a couple of years to enter into an online poker shared liquidity agreement with Nevada and Delaware. This was because Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey were the only states to have legalized online gambling. The online poker markets in Nevada and DelawareRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Dec 05, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Poker Industry News | No Comments »

India is considered one of the fastest growing poker markets in the world today and gaming analysts estimate that its market could soon be generating between $40 to $80 each year. The popularity of poker in India has encouraged a number of domestic operators to launch operations acrossRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Nov 29, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Online Poker News, US Poker News | No Comments »

Pennsylvania made headlines in the online gambling community this October, when it became the fourth state in the country to legalize online gambling. Pennsylvania now joins Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware as being the only four states in America to offer legalized online gambling. Gaming analysts estimate thatRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Nov 16, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Online Poker News, Poker Industry News, US Poker News | No Comments »

The state of Pennsylvania is ranked in 5th place in terms of population based on the 2017 World Population Review with 12.8 million residents and online gaming operators are looking forward to enter the Keystone stake as Pennsylvania only recently lifted the ban on online gambling and joined Nevada, Delaware andRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Nov 13, 2017 Posted in High Stakes Poker News, Legal Poker News, Poker Players | No Comments »

King’s Casino owner Leon Tsoukernik is being sued by Australian poker player Matthew Kirk for $2 million in outstanding gambling debts which he claims he loaned Tsoukernik on May 27 during a high stakes poker game which took place at the Ivey Poker Room which is located atRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Oct 28, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Online Poker News, Poker Industry News, US Poker News | No Comments »

Online gaming lobbyists such as the Pokers Players Alliance (PPA) have campaigned for years to get online gambling approved in Pennsylvania. Their efforts finally paid off last week when Pennsylvania decided to legalize iGaming bill H 271 after legislators were able to reach a mutual agreement after aRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Oct 02, 2017 Posted in High Stakes Poker News, Legal Poker News, Poker Industry News, Poker Player News, US Poker News | No Comments »

Poker pro Phil Ivey has fought long and hard to keep his winnings of $9.6 million which he won in 2011 playing four sessions of baccarat with Cheng Yin Sun at the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City. The MGM owned Borgata filed a lawsuit against Ivey back inRead Full Article

Posted by Carolyn on Aug 23, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Poker Player News, Poker Players, US Poker News | No Comments »

Players who lost money after the closure of online poker sites Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet may finally be able to recover their funds – atleast to some extent.  According to absolutepokerclaims.com, the first round of payments has been approved by the Money Laundering and Asset Recovery SectionRead Full Article

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Jul 08, 2017 Posted in Legal Poker News, Poker Industry News | No Comments »

Online Poker Signed By France, Spain, Italy and Portugal  There were talks for a number of months that an online poker shared liquidity agreement would be on the table for a number of European countries as their respective online poker markets were struggling to survive independently. Those talks cameRead Full Article