Latest Nevada News
Free Wi-Fi access for players on newly installed infrastructure will facilitate the play of online poker at the 2015 WSOP.
Micon likened Lock Poker to “Chrysler of the early 90s” in his attempt to persuade site owner to part with the tainted brand.
Seals with Clubs “Chairman” faces up to 10 years in prison and $50,000 in fines, according to reports.
Combined player pools could begin in 4 to 6 weeks according to Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval.
Sixty-eight bracelet events, Deep Stack tournaments, satellites and cash games will transform the Rio into “poker’s version of Woodstock.”
Gaming Control Board Chairman Tells pokerfuse that SB 40 will not apply to poker.
A new law aimed at reducing money laundering could have a negative impact on the WSOP.
Changes to VIP scheme makes it easier for some online poker players in New Jersey and Nevada to receive rewards.
The first US regulated online poker room sent to the rail in Nevada.
Competition from offshore networks may have affected the early stages of US state regulated markets, but all the major US-facing offshore operators have reportedly withdrawn from those markets.