Positive Developments Cooking for U.S Online Poker

Posted by Gerry Poltorak on Jun 29, 2018 Posted in Poker News | No Comments »

For quite some time, nothing seemed to change for the online poker in the US until recently when Americans got some morsels that would mean good news. Well, the long debate about legislation of online poker and gambling finally seems to be picking some momentum. For the past few days, there has been an enormous increase in support for the bill. Who knows, we’re probably looking at one of the significant dominoes taking place in the US market.

Of course, California has always been the white whale when it comes to poker and gambling games. Hence, making the games legal would be worthwhile. What’s more, legalizing poker and gambling in New York will imply one thing; mind-blowing profits from the hefty 20 million populations. However, the history of bills in New York is not entirely convincing. The State once tried to pass online poker legislation before. Like many bills, the law quickly moved through the Senate before dying in the Assembly. It’s quite impressive how some folks are arguing about it. For instance, New York has poker, but it’s being restrained online! They can’t articulate why.

Secondly, there’s a high possibility of the multi-state gaming compact coming to realization. While there is no official report on the development, there’s notable efforts towards it. This definitely is great news for online pokers, right?

Some time back, states such as New Jersey announced that they’re ready to join the unified online poker pool with Delaware and Nevada. This will give online poker players and gamblers improved liquidity and more significant events. It’s just getting bigger! If the iPoker legislation is passed, it will combine everyone into a shared pool. While nothing material has since been noted, small hints were dropped on a few poker players.

Interestingly, New Jersey seems to work towards joining with Delaware and Nevada before this years’ World Series of Poker. Poker players will most likely take this as most welcome news. Also, poker Players in the US can’t wait to supplement their summer live grinds in Las Vegas. Hence, they’re eagerly waiting to see what unfolds!



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