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This Week on DAT Poker Podcast: If you payed the buy-in for a smaller tournament but got seated in a much bigger one, what would you do? Daniel Adam and…
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The latest poker podcasts from the pokerfuse podcast directory.


PokerStars goes live with a French-Spanish cross-border shared player pool. Neil Johnson steps down from PokerStars' live team following the conclusion of the PCA.
When European Shared Liquidity Went from Theory to Reality: This Week in Online Poker

Just five days ago, Spain officially authorized shared liquidity, a seemingly innocuous step that launched a chain…


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.


Partypoker to run a live event on Russian soil. Amaya expects to post a bumper 2016, but warns of 2017 headwinds.
Poker Insight

A new live event in Russia, two market withdrawals, 2016 revenue figures from the US markets plus hopes for 2017.


Mobile and social gaming developer Gaming Realms has entered an agreement with Pala Interactive that will result in its bingo games going live in New Jersey for real money.
US Insight

New daily fantasy sports regulations in Massachusetts, PokerStars launches in New Jersey, March Madness has Americans betting on sports again and much more.


The current legislative session in Florida ends on Friday without ratification of the $3 billion compact between the state and the Seminole Tribe.
US Insight

Florida, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey and more.


While the highest profile case surrounding daily fantasy sports continues to play out in New York, the online gaming activity is in the spotlight in several other areas of the country this week.
The Zeitgeist

Daily fantasy sports, rakeback, Amaya and the global Poker League.


Virginia is at the forefront of daily fantasy sports regulation, but is the legislation awaiting Governor Terry McAuliffe good for the people of Virginia and the industry as a whole?
Reads of the Week

The problems with the daily fantasy sports legislation in Virginia, the possible Amaya takeover from a mainstream perspective, poker’s paradoxes and more.


Churchill Downs reported a great Q4 and overall 2015. Last week the coalition of PokerStars supporters in California officially backed online poker bill AB 2863 which was introduced by Assemblyman Adam Grey earlier this year.
US Insight

California, Florida, New Jersey, Nevada, Caesars, Churchill Downs and more.


California back burners online poker and moves forward with daily fantasy sports. Massachusetts gaming regulators think they should be allowed to decide which internet gaming is allowed.
US Insight

California, Massachusetts, Florida New Jersey and more.


Las Vegas Sands has ended it lobbying efforts in Florida. Payment processing for igaming in New Jersey got a boost last week when it was announced that WSOP.com and 888 New Jersey have both added the services of PayPal.
US Insight

Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, RAWA and daily fantasy sports.


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Mike Postle To Be Inducted Into Poker Hall Of Fame
After being cleared of all allegations in its 45-minute investigation of Stones Live Poker steams, Mike Postle has immediately been inducted into the 2020 Poker Hall of Fame, leapfrogging over the formalities of the… — read more »
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