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The 2nd Annual Global Poker Index American Poker Awards took place Thursday evening at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills…
The PPA wants to see all online gaming consumers protected in California, not just DFS players.
The poker advocacy group calls hearing out on “hypocrisy” and “crony capitalism”
Online poker is one step closer to being legal in Pennsylvania.
HR 2888 seeks to protect consumers while still allowing them to play one of America’s most popular games.
Internet security expert and iGNA panelist Gus Fritschie provides his thoughts on one of the industry’s leading conferences.
The PPA has set up a simple system for players to tweet their opposition directly to the politicians on the Congressional committee.
Poker’s needs are being overlooked in the rush towards national regulation, to the detriment of players and the industry.
Consumer sentiment appears to heavily favor PokerStars’ entrance into California market.
The dire situation of cash outs at Lock Poker stretching over a year has prompted the PPA to act.