Casinos Now See Online Gambling as a Better Bet

The New York Times is reporting that:
Many of the country’s largest casinos, long opposed to gambling games like poker on the Internet, are now having second thoughts.
Although online gambling is popular with millions of Americans, it is illegal in the United States, and the casino industry has considered it a threat.
But a [...]

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Resentment Towards Government Over Internet Gambling

It has been only a few months since the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act went into affect, and already there is resentment towards government growing among millions of online poker players. The resentment stems from a lack of movement on changes to the current Internet gambling laws…

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United States May Enact New Regulations Tracking Electronic Funds Transfers

New proposals to track international electronic funds transfers have American poker players worried about the impact on online poker and gambling…

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New Jersey state Senator Ray Lesniak applauds Harry Reids Statement

New Jersey state Senator Ray Lesniak has applauded the recent decision of the Democrat Senate Leader Harry Reid to oppose federal legislation of online gambling, correlating it with his issues with Harrah’s Entertainment and his preference for regulation and taxing at state level…

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PokerStars Exits Washington State Due to Court Ruling

PokerStars announced today they will no longer be serving real-money players from the US state of Washington…

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More Problems for Online Poker Regulation in United States

A couple of obstacles for regulation and legalization of online poker in the United States cropped up this week, making it less likely that legislation will pass this year…

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Washington State Supreme Courts Rules On Internet Gambling And Poker

A ruling set down by the Washington State Supreme Court this week will likely go unpopular among poker advocates and residents in the state. The Court ruled that Washington’s Internet ban on gambling is not in violation of the United States Constitution…

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Barney Frank “Not Optimistic” About Passage Of HR 2267

Poker News Daily is reporting that Democratic Representative Barney Frank, the Massachusetts Congressman who has been pushing for the legalization and regulation of online gaming in the United States, has stated in an interview that he is “not optimistic” regarding the passage of…

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