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Connecticut officials continued to move ahead on online gambling and sports betting today by approving regulations to govern them.
Throwables and other social features have become a standard for online poker, despite their unpopularity with 'serious' players.
HB3142 promised a rapid launch for Illinois online casinos, but the legislative session has now ended, leaving it in limbo until fall.
This week marks the ten year anniversary of the most infamous day in poker history. What has changed in the decade since Black Friday?
New York's budget bill includes some controversial proposals for mobile sports betting. Here's how that could affect online poker in NY.
Flutter's chances of avoiding a $1.3 billion judgment are looking slim, as the Kentucky Supreme Court denied its petition for a rehearing.
BetMGM debuted its online casino and sportsbook apps in the Google Play store on March 24. It already offered online poker for New Jersey.
Gambling analyst Chris Grove says legal online poker in New York could dovetail nicely with the state's efforts for mobile sports betting.
BetMGM Poker is the latest gambling app available on the Google Play store, but the casino and sportsbook have yet to appear.
An Indiana Senate bill, first drafted in October, has now been formally introduced by Sen. Jon Ford with one important addition: online poker.