Monthly Archives: May 2015


Lock Poker Closure further tarnishes Unregulated Poker Market

With legal online poker currently only available in three U.S. states, the majority of Americans continue to frequent unregulated sites. And one of these sites is Lock Poker, or should I say “was,” because the disgraced site has finally shut down. That said, let’s discuss why this is a big deal, how much money they […]

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Resorts hints that PokerStars may soon be approved in New Jersey

There have been so many false alarms on when PokerStars’ iGaming application will be approved in New Jersey that this has almost turned into ‘The Boy Who Cried Wolf.’ But based on recent comments from Morris Bailey, owner of Resorts casino, PokerStars’ New Jersey partner, this launch might soon become a reality. Here’s a look […]

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New Jersey

New Jersey Online Gaming hits Record-high $13.16m in March

Could New Jersey iGaming finally be turning the corner? Maybe so since the market experienced its biggest revenue haul ever after netting $13.16 million in March. This is up about 10% from March of last year, when the market collectively earned $11.87 million. Let’s continue discussing the good news here by breaking down the numbers, […]

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Florida wants to separate Dogs and Poker Rooms

While Florida may not be anywhere close to legalizing online poker, politicians from the Sunshine State do at least have the game on their minds. Specifically, the Florida House Regulatory Affairs Committee recently approved a gambling package that would allow poker rooms to be separate from dog racing. Currently, poker rooms must be part of […]

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