US-China trade war could be damaging in both economy in particular, U.S. companies with Macau operations could get caught in crossfire.
A Christmas present from the DoJ: Internet lotteries (and poker?) are legal
I Nelson Rose examines the ramifications of the US Dept. of Justice's surprise announcement that the Wire Act applies only to sports betting
Betting on New Jersey’s Sports Betting
Prof. I. Nelson Rose looks at New Jersey's pending sports betting referendum
Amnesty for Internet Poker Sites?
Gambling And The Law's I. Nelson Rose examines the possibility of the US Dept. of Justice declaring a general amnesty for online poker sites
But is it Gambling?
Prof Rose discusses skill games. “Is it gambling?” And, if it is, what can we do to make it legal, that is, make it not gambling.
California’s Unnecessary Delay
In poker news, Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg sent a letter that bills to legalize Internet poker would not be voted this year.
“Blackjack and the Law” Wins Case for Casino
In one of the very first cases heard by the federal court in Las Vegas in 2011, Harrah’s (now renamed Caesars) once again won the right to kick out card-counters.
The Reid-Kyl Letter on Internet Gambling
Prof. I Nelson Rose discusses the Reid-Kyl letter sent to Eric Holder and the DOJ. Why would sworn enemies join forces? Follow the money.