The worlds’ most recognizable brand of the online poker lifestyle is branching out from the virtual world into the glitz of the Atlantic City boardwalk empire. PokerStars, the flagship brand of the Rational Group gaming conglomerate, is purchasing the Atlantic Club Casino, a landmark hotel and full-service casino right on the boardwalk. The gaming industry [...]
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In 2013 we are basically left with 2 categories of poker sites:
US Poker Sites
The United States currently operates in an unregulated market, which makes things riskier for players. But if you play at the right sites, your money is pretty safe. Within the last year we have seen Nevada legalize online poker, and in 2013 that has moved to full interstate online gambling. New Jersey has also legalized online gambling this year.
Non-US PokerThis includes all the regulated popular sites like PokerStars, Party Poker and 888. Many of these sites operate out of the UK. Lately we have seen France, Italy and Sweden regulate (and tax) online poker.
That’s the rumor spreading around among players at the 2+2 poker player forums. At first it seemed like another rumor, yet we can’t help but smile and hope to get our money back. As the day has progressed there is some weight to these rumor as it is being posted among top igaming business publications like igamingbusiness and [...]
Today Bodog announced all US players will be moved from Bodog to a new brand called – BOVADA. They claim the only difference will be the name, same software and same payment processors. Techinically Bodog is licensing it out to Morris Mohawk Gaming Group (MMGG) which runs the Bodog software and operations. The reason for [...]