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Two Very Different Online Poker Operators Focus on Latin America for Very Different Reasons
Two Very Different Online Poker Operators Focus on Latin America for Very Different Reasons

PokerStars announced new Festival dates, returning to many popular LAPT stops; meanwhile, offshore operator Bodog announced its plan to expand across the South American continent.


Mexican Players Could be Segregated from Global Market Next Year
Mexican Players Could be Segregated from Global Market Next Year

US players who relocated after Black Friday may need to look for a new grind location.


Mexico to Introduce New Bill to Regulate Online Poker on September 9
Mexico to Introduce New Bill to Regulate Online Poker on September 9

US players in Mexico will have to wait a few days more to discover whether they will have to move again.


All Five Weekend WSOP Bracelets Go to First Timers
All Five Weekend WSOP Bracelets Go to First Timers

First time WSOP winners perhaps, but not first time players.


888 Closes Accounts of Relocated US Players
888 Closes Accounts of Relocated US Players

Players in Mexico and Canada have had their accounts closed and balances returned.


Mexico Tackles Corrupt Casinos in Advance of Producing New Gambling Legislation
Mexico Tackles Corrupt Casinos in Advance of Producing New Gambling Legislation

New laws could be presented to parliament before the end of the year.


Poker Refugees Offers All-inclusive Vacation to Mexico ... to Grind SCOOP
Poker Refugees Offers All-inclusive Vacation to Mexico … to Grind SCOOP

Want to grind PokerStars’ Spring online championship from the beach? Poker-dedicated relocation service offers special packages.


Mexican Government Gets to Work on Draft Gambling Bill
Mexican Government Gets to Work on Draft Gambling Bill

The Mexican government is to take a more active role in getting a new gambling bill on the books.


Mexico Proposes Draconian New Gaming Law
Mexico Proposes Draconian New Gaming Law

An in-depth look at proposed legislation as Mexico attempts to regulate online gambling.