Currently, the opportunity to enjoy legalized sports betting in the United States is limited. Based on the 1992 Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, sports betting is limited to a handful of states. Only Nevada [….]
Returning like the heartburn from a cheap frozen pizza, Las Vegas Sands Corp. CEO Sheldon Adelson has again renewed his personal vendetta against US-based online gambling. In the latest news involving Adelson’s profit-driven attempts to seal off [….]
A recent report by Jon Ralston, a political analyst of Nevada, states that a new bill has been drafted that would strengthen the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and amend the 1961 Wire Act, allowing [….]
Anyone with a sense of recent online poker history knows the turbulence that surrounded a few prominent companies’ efforts to continue large-scale services to United States players, following the passage of the 2006 Unlawful Internet [….]
It was recently announced that the UIGEA will be delayed for six months. The news came out just last week that the rules enforcing the implementation the UIGEA will be delayed for six months. This is excellent news for poker players.