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One is trying to outlaw online poker while the other impedes its progress.
Additional interest in the topic from lawmakers indicates progress for online poker in the Golden State.
Though fewer interests oppose allowing PokerStars into the California online poker market, resolution is still a long way off.
“Working together” is the theme being promoted at the Western Indian Gaming Conference.
Same name, different approach for the second online poker bill introduced in California in 2015.
In-person registration for poker players to become optional.
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.