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Curtis Woodard sees a world where the quickest path to regulated US online poker in as many states as possible could run through the lottery.
Considering states' rights arguments, updates to existing federal gambling laws would find an easier path to support than would a federal online poker bill.
US online poker players should unify their message and present real legislation to move the issue forward in states where it otherwise might stall forever.
A bill that would have brought regulated online poker to the state of Washington, where the game is a felony, will not be getting a...
Analysis from the Office of Financial Management suggests that Washington State's online poker bill provides sufficient funding to cover cost of regulation.
Curtis Woodard's simple plan for jump-starting the process of regulating US online poker - in as many states as possible as soon as possible.
Curtis Woodard responds to Barry Greenstein's recent piece covering PokerStars and the so-called bad actor clauses in U.S. online poker regulation.
An argument for why the network and skins model should be the future of US regulated online poker and should perhaps even be stipulated via...
The Washington State Gambling Commission makes an excellent case for regulated online gambling. Whether they meant to or not is another question altogether.
Why the FBI letters frequently cited by opponents of online gambling regulation actually make the case for regulating online poker rooms and casinos.
Interstate online poker compacts are often presented as a viable way for regulation spread throughout the country, but achieving that goal may not be easy.
Two Washington State tribes have launched free play online poker sites, signaling a loosening of attitudes from that group in the state where real-money Internet...
Curtis Woodard argues that players must engage in the political process - now more so than ever - if they're hoping for a return of...