Top US Poker News & Articles

What Amaya’s Q3 Call means for US Online Poker

Amaya Gaming, parent company of PokerStars and Full Tilt, recently had their Q3 conference call. A number of things were covered during the call, but among the most-interesting points are Amaya’s plans for the U.S. online poker market. That said, let’s discuss Amaya’s hopes when they launch in New Jersey and what to expect from […]

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Freedom Groups hate RAWA and Attempt to ban Online Poker

Online gaming enthusiasts have complained for months that the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA) is nothing more than a bill used to further the interests of Las Vegas Sands owner Sheldon Adelson. And now, it looks like several freedom groups have amped up the criticism of RAWA, which seeks to ban U.S. online poker […]

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Sen. Marco Rubio wants iGaming banned – But thinks Poker is Okay

Florida Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio is not a big fan of online gaming. In fact, the Republican has co-sponsored the Restoration of America’s Wire Act (RAWA), which seeks to ban iGaming on a federal level. But interestingly enough, he seems perfectly fine with the idea of online poker. Let’s discuss exactly why Rubio […]

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New Jersey to PokerStars: Fire 4 Executives

Before approving Amaya Gaming and their poker sites – PokerStars and Full Tilt – for licensing, the New Jersey Department of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) conducted a lengthy investigation. And they recently released their massive 89-page report on PokerStars. According to the report, the key to Stars getting licensed is the fact that Amaya now owns […]

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5 Things to expect from PokerStars in New Jersey

For the first time in over 4 years, PokerStars will be offering online poker in the United States! Their iGaming application finally received approval from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE), giving them the green light to launch their specialty – online poker. This is obviously exciting news for players because PokerStars has […]

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