Online Poker in Nevada

The Silver State

Regulated Online Poker Nevada. Nevada and Delaware have joined forces and signed an interstate agreement in February 2014 to allow shared player pools. Obviously, the two small states have trouble with player liquidity. Future will tell if more states will join the same network.

Online Poker Status
    Regulated online poker is available in this state
Population 21 or older 1.9 Million
Proportion of total US population 0.88%
Live Poker Yes
Estimated year for online regulation Regulated online poker since 2013
Probability - Interstate agreement 100%

Top Poker News & Articles for Nevada

Nevada Online Poker 2014

Nevada Attorney General supports iPoker Ban – Questions surround his Stance

 Being from Nevada—a state with legal online poker—you’d think that Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt would support online gaming. However, during an appearance on “Ralston Live,” Laxalt discussed how he actually supports the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA), which would ban iGaming on a federal level. Furthermore, he wants other state attorney generals to […]

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Bryan Micon avoids Jail Time in Bitcoin Poker Case

Just a few months ago, Bryan Micon, operator of the former Bitcoin poker site (SWC), was hiding out in Antigua and mounting a legal defense against Nevada gaming regulators. And he returned to Las Vegas to settle his case, recently pleading guilty to one felony count of operating an unlicensed interactive gaming system in […]

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Delaware Online Poker Success shows Interstate Pacts work

The unrealistic expectations for regulated US online poker are long gone, and analysts realize that this is going to be a long process. However, one state that’s showing some promise in recent months is Delaware since their iPoker revenue has increased for three straight months. And this is quite impressive, given that warmer months are […]

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