Poker News - Laws, Regulation & Legislation
A topic we frequently touch upon in this space is the pinch that states all across the nation are feeling as they compete with their neighbors for what is proving for some to be a very precious resource: gambling dollars. The story is a familiar one, and one that is
According to a new report by the Press of Atlantic City, currently the city of Atlantic City is capturing only a measly one percent of the roughly $16 billion convention industry in the Northeast. Alas, all of that is set to change if Harrah’s proves to be correct in its assessment that
Living up – or down – to expectations, the new movie centered around online poker, Runner Runner, bombed at the box office this past weekend. Early expectations quoted by Business Insider predict a painful opening weekend figure of $11 million. Ouch. Low attendance for the weekend clearly not a factor
The first step in the Full Tilt remission process is complete, according to the government appointed claims administrator, Garden City Group. The company released an updated statement on the official remission web site, fulltiltpokerclaims.com, late last week, noting that all players in their system should have received email contact. Email
This week Pinnacle Entertainment unloaded a piece of Atlantic City real estate, the site of the old Sands, for almost $240 million less than the company paid for it seven years ago. The new owner, Boardwalk Piers, has no immediate plans for the property for which it paid $30.6 million,
The date that has tentatively been circulating for months, November 26th, has been confirmed by the New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement as the go day for real-money online gambling in the state. The Department has released its long-awaited final regulations, which can be found on their web site here.
Runner Runner, the new Hollywood movie centered around online poker that stars Ben Affleck, Justin Timberlake, and Gemma Atherton, doesn’t come out until tomorrow. But, if reviews of the film are to serve as any indication, the film might not be poised to be the breakthrough hit of the fall.
Putting to bed what had been a bit of a hotly contested issue in the city of Boston – whether the city as a whole or just East Boston would be allowed to vote on a casino referendum for a new development in that neighborhood – last week Boston’s City
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, now infamous for his successful efforts to strip public unions in the state of collective bargaining rights, has another power to wield, and one that has tribal interests and locals Wisconsinites on the edge of their seats. The Governor, a a first-term Republican who survived a
New Hampshire has decided to take a closer look at expanding land-based casino gambling, having hired a consultancy, WhiteSand Gaming, to look into what changes will be necessary in the state to make building resort casinos a reality. A panel appointed by the state for the purpose of developing regulations