Monthly Archives: June 2014


Will Impending Online Poker Bill Pass In Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania State Senator Edwin Erickson recently announced plans to introduce a bill that would bring online poker to the Quaker State. Erickson hopes to unveil his legislation some time in late June as he wrote, “In the next few weeks I intend to introduce Senate Bill 1386, legislation that would authorize Interactive Gaming in the […]

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United States

Legal US Online Poker Learns Nasty Side of Seasonal Trends

Many proponents of US online poker are witnessing a sharp decline across the industry already. April’s numbers showed the following drops in America’s three regulated poker markets: Delaware – $84,392 in March to $74,078 in April, a 12.2% decrease New Jersey – $3,210,663 to $2,591,839, a 19.3% decrease Nevada – $926,000 to $792,000, a 14.5% […]

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Will 2014 WSOP mean a big boost for Nevada Online Poker?

To say that Nevada online poker numbers have fallen short of projections is a huge understatement. Some analysts had the Nevada internet poker market earning as much as $80 million in first-year revenue. Recent numbers, however, tell a much different story. From March to April, industry revenue fell from $926,000 to $792,000 – a 14.5% […]

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WSOP Running Same Championship Series for NJ and NV Sites

In a curious move, have announced that they’ll be running the exact same championship series for their Nevada and New Jersey online poker sites. The separate WSOP Online Championship Series will both begin on June 1st, with each one offering 15 tournaments and a $500,000 Gtd. prize pool. The surprise factor comes in here […]

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