New York Senate gives online poker bill green light

Passing by a vote of 54-8, the online poker bill, S 3898, was approved by the New York State Senate on Tuesday. Sponsored by Sen. John Bonacic, the bill, for the second consecutive year, seeks...

Poker definition legislation introduced by Virginia Senator

In Virginia, gambling is not readily available. There are no casinos or poker rooms to be found. The state does offer lottery gaming and in the past has provided horse racing, but there are...

iPoker legislation continues to stall in California due to tribal conflicts

The state of California continues to have issues in regards to efforts being made to legalize online poker based on disagreements between tribes. Prominent tribes in the state are divided on key provisions which...

Possible changes to Australian iGambling laws could spell trouble for major poker brands

Earlier this year the Australian Minister for Human Services, Alan Tudge, announced that he would be introducing legislation to amend the Interactive Gambling Act of 2001 to remove any loopholes that currently allowed operators...

California online poker finally takes a step–committee passes shell bill

After holding the first ever committee vote on iPoker, the state of California seems to finally be taking steps to move forward with legislation on the matter. With a unanimous vote, the Assembly Governmental...

Regulators warning Florida card rooms, “Change the way games are played”

The Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) has started to issue warning letters to card rooms at Florida parimutuels, telling them that the card games currently being played are too much like...

Habanero inks content deal with Chippy Software

Online casino games developer Habanero has reportedly penned a content agreement with UK-based Chippy Software, a leading white label provider. Under the terms of the agreement, Habanero’s entire growing portfolio of HTML5 slot games will...

Big operators consider closing doors to Australia if new legislation passes

It’s seems that the recent efforts of the Australian Government to tighten regulations for online operators could see a number of big names in the online gambling industry close their doors to Australian players...

Appeals court upholds ban on Idaho tribe’s poker contests

The 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals three-judge panel has unanimously ruled that Texas Hold’em is not legal in Idaho, and affirmed that the tribe enjoyed no special tribal sovereign immunity under the federal...

New decree sets conditions for gaming clubs in Paris

A decree stipulating the conditions for “clubs de jeux (gaming clubs) in Paris” along with provisions related to casinos has been signed by the Minister of the Interior and was published by the government...

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