Tag Archives: us poker regulation
- EPT London Day 2 Summary
March 13, 2013
Tatjana Pasalic brings us Day 2 summary of EPT London (presented by pokerstars.com) at the Grosvenor Victoria Casino. We talked to Anton Wigg, Ness Kourdourli, Gaelle Baumann while Nicholas Levy, David Lappin and Ana Marquez talks about US Online Poker. Checkout EPT London Day 1, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, and Final Table Summaries.
- A Poker Riddle
January 10, 2012
A poker riddle: It’s 2003. Three college students - Art, Bob and Carl - see a poker tournament on television and decide to learn to play the game. They start off in a home game with just the three of them, but as they pick up the basic rules -...
- Online Poker Regulation in 2012? “Outlook Not So Good”
December 16, 2011
If Black Friday hit you with any weight at all - maybe you’re an American online poker player, maybe you made your money playing against Yankee fish, maybe you just enjoy following arcane topics - chances are you’ve been eagerly gobbling up all the news you can get about a...
- Online Poker Alchemy
November 9, 2011
It’s no secret that America’s casino companies are chomping at the bit to get in on the domestic online poker market. They still can’t actively involve themselves in promoting online poker in the United States, of course, but that hasn’t stopped them from forming strategic alliances in anticipation of the...
- Issue managers, strategic advisors, and FairPlayUSA
October 4, 2011
Two high-profile men known mostly for their decades-long records of public service - and a little less for serving as advisers to major private sector entities - recently joined the board of advisers for the astroturf online-gambling interest group FairPlayUSA. The first is Tom Ridge, a former soldier, former Congressman and former governor of...
- The Reid-Kyl Letter on Internet Gambling
July 19, 2011
Leaders of the Democratic and Republican Parties in the Senate have sent the U.S. Attorney General a letter demanding that the Justice Department do something about Internet gambling. What, exactly, is up to the reader. This Rorschach inkblot test of a letter allows proponents and opponents to project their hopes...