Tag Archives: iPoker

New York Assemblyman hates RAWA – Let States decide on iPoker

New York Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow is one of the biggest proponents of online poker in the state. After introducing a bill to legalize the game in 2014, he’s continued to show support for iPoker as discussions get more serious. So it’s little surprise to find out that he can’t stand the Restoration of America’s […]

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66% of Californians want Legal Online Poker, according to Survey

  Various online poker interests in California have been unable to agree on who gets into the market. But while these sides struggle with the plan, it’s pretty clear that the majority of Californians would welcome iPoker into the state. This much is confirmed by a recent survey by the National Research Institute (via All-In […]

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Poll on whether Pennsylvania should legalize Online Poker

Pennsylvania has suddenly jumped to the forefront of states that are looking to legalize online gaming. And it seems that the Keystone State’s politicians are certainly interested in using iGaming to help shore up their $1.2 billion budget deficit. But what about Pennsylvania residents? Are they just as gung-ho about having legal online poker and […]

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3 Reasons why California won’t legalize iPoker – 1 Reason why they might

California recently held another hearing on online poker, where policy makers and various gaming interests discussed the matter. Overall, there were no tremendous breakthroughs that indicate the state is ready to legalize the game in the near future. In fact, there were three ugly issues that were a theme throughout the hearing; luckily, there was […]

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