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Online Poker In Delaware Powered by 888 Enjoys Levels Not Seen Since 2013
Online Poker In Delaware Powered by 888 Enjoys Levels Not Seen Since 2013

The US state of Delaware is enjoying record revenue highs, the likes of which have not been seen since the market opened seven years ago.


888 Buys Out All American Poker Network for $28 Million
888 Buys Out All American Poker Network for $28 Million

Online gaming operator acquires remaining shares in All American Poker Network to facilitate the company’s future growth in the US market.


888 in Pennsylvania
888 in Pennsylvania

Taking a look at what 888sport 888casino and 888poker will look like when it goes live in Pennsylvania.


WSOP.com Launches $1 Million Guaranteed Tournament Series to Celebrate Shared Liquidity
WSOP.com Launches $1 Million Guaranteed Tournament Series to Celebrate Shared Liquidity

The Coast to Coast Classic is an online series from WSOP.com exclusively for players in Nevada and New Jersey to celebrate the tri-state shared player pool with Delaware.


Liquidity Sharing Not Working for Delaware
Liquidity Sharing Not Working for Delaware

After combining player pools with Nevada, Delaware still lacks enthusiasm for online poker.


Online Poker Liquidity Sharing in Nevada and Delaware “Imminent”
Online Poker Liquidity Sharing in Nevada and Delaware “Imminent”

Combined player pools could begin in 4 to 6 weeks according to Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval.


888 Confirms Plan to Share Online Poker Liquidity Across State Lines
888 Confirms Plan to Share Online Poker Liquidity Across State Lines

888 remains “fully committed” to US market with “unique opportunity” to bring shared online poker liquidity across Nevada and Delaware.


Nevada, Delaware Compact "Vindicates" 888's US Approach
Nevada, Delaware Compact “Vindicates” 888’s US Approach

888 says new interstate agreement justifies its state-by-state roll-out and network model.


Delaware Online Poker: The First Week of Action
Delaware Online Poker: The First Week of Action

Delaware failed to achieve shock and awe due to technical problems and low player numbers in the first week of its regulated online poker offering.