pokerfuse online poker news
Pennsylvania is the most likely state to adopt online gaming legislation in 2017. California is still mired in controversy.
Prospects for US Online Poker in 2017: A State-by-State Overview

Hope that the current four-year drought in online poker legislation finally ends in 2017 is balanced by the fear that a nationwide online gaming ban is more realistic than ever.


The Czech Republic's stuttering start to regulated online gambling. A Daily Fantasy Sports roundup.
Regulation Insight

DFS gets regulated in Malta, grassroots efforts in Australia, and everything you need to know about the Czech Republic.


888 says it has exited Australia, but players report they still have access. The Czech Republic still hasn't issued any licenses, and it is not enforcing its new laws.
Regulation Insight

Confusion in Australia and the Czech Republic, full year figures from the US and Italy, and the latest on European shared liquidity.


Alabama is considering legalizing lottery play. Michigan is now widely promoting its online lottery offerings.
US Insight

Alabama, Florida, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey and more.


Appearing on a post-Super Bowl episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, President Barack Obama admitted that he sometimes places wagers on sporting events.
President Obama Admits to Betting on Sports Following Super Bowl 50

The nation’s highest ranking executive makes light of the current legal status of sports betting.


Online poker bill in New York advances. California passes DFS act, angering online poker proponents.
US Insight

California, Florida, Hawaii, Indiana, Nevada, New Jersey and more.


Keith Lehr added a second bracelet to double his collection, and amateur player William Kakon made the WSOP dream come true by acquiring his first.
WSOP 2015: William Kakon Lives the WSOP Dream

24 hands of heads up play were enough to give Keith Lehr his second career bracelet in the $10k Championship event #10.


A lack of general support from legislators on both sides of the aisle was blamed for the Hawiian bill's demise.
Hawaii, Iowa Online Poker Bills Fold

Separate measures in the states of Hawaii and Iowa seeking to authorize and regulate online poker have folded,...


Hawaii introduces a 2013 version of an online gambling bill
Online Gaming Back on the Table in Hawaii

A state-operated organization would partner with a service provider in exchange for an unspecified portion of the profits.


Chances Growing Thin for Federal Legislation in 2012
US Online Poker Legislation: Week in Review March 17

In a bad week for online poker legislation at the state level, bills in Hawaii, Iowa and Mississippi failed, the New Jersey bill is delayed and Utah is close to outlawing online gambling.


In response to the September 20 DOJ ruling of the Wire Act, Hawaii lawmakers released a bill to regulate online gambling this week.  State representatives Faye…
Hawaii: Another State Pursuing Online Gambling After DOJ Ruling

In a surprising move, state representatives release a bill to allow online gambling.


Borgata Poker
Online Qualifiers Now Live For Borgata Summer Poker Open
Just $5 could get you a seat in the $1 Million Guaranteed Kick-off event or the $1 Million Guaranteed Championship. Go. — read more »
Bonus Code Poker
Desperate For Fantasy Points, Daniel Negreanu Suggests $5 Million Buy-in WSOP Event
Amidst a mild controversy on fantasy point scoring, the poker star suggests an alternative that no one (named Daniel Negreanu) could object to. — read more »
Bonus Code Poker

Keep Reading