A new law aimed at reducing money laundering could have a negative impact on the WSOP.
Same name, different approach for the second online poker bill introduced in California in 2015.
Fines and the confiscation of winnings are some of the recommended penalties for players.
In-person registration for poker players to become optional.
Players on illegal online gambling sites would face harsh penalties including jail time.
The state of Washington will soon have proposed legislation to legalize online poker.
Political considerations are now out of the way, and the DGE can examine the application without interference.
Romania has approved amendments which will allow offshore operators to offer licensed online poker in the country.
Gato believes there is a 50-50 chance that the final version of his bill will pass this year.
Temporary restraining order could signal the end of igaming pursuits by Santa Ysabel.
In spite of a path to suitability under the newly proposed law, supporters of PokerStars still object to “artificial competitive advantages” contained within the bill.
A clean record for Amaya and approval of the California Gambling Control Commission could mean a good start to the New Year for fans of PokerStars.