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A weekly review of the latest developments in gaming regulation. This week: New Jersey, Delaware, Massachusetts , Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Barton’s bill and more.
With high failure rates for credit cards, ewallets and direct bank transfers provide the best means for online poker transactions.
Ten percent false negatives in New Jersey seen as an improvement since Nevada debut.
Acquisitions took Amaya revenues up 120% compared to Q3 of 2012.
In the first few days open to the general public, more than 32,000 accounts have been created to gamble online in New…
eWallet is available for use with its first New Jersey clients; more are expected to roll out soon.
Six poker rooms will open up to anyone located in the state from Tuesday; Golden Nugget opts for further testing.
WSOP.com offers two $250k freerolls to attract New Jersey online poker players.
State Senator Lesniak’s proposed legislation allows for international internet gaming licenses—but no pooling of players in New Jersey.
Ultimate and WSOP launch independent rooms, Golden Nugget and Betfair share liquidity on Ongame, 888 starts the AAPN, and PartyPoker and Borgata share on bwin.party’s software.
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