Feb 21, 2013 |

2013 BLUFF Power 20: Scheinbergs Reign Supreme

The BLUFF Power 20 appears in the March issue of BLUFF available for download now in the iTunes Store and Google Play. The full list will be revealed throughout the day Thursday via @bluffmagazine and updates to this story. Each year BLUFF polls a select group of people from across the poker industry on who […]

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Jun 7, 2012 |

Nevada Issues First Two Interactive Gaming Licenses in US

The Nevada Gaming Control Board approved the first two interactive gaming licenses ever on Thursday Online poker has cleared a major hurdle in the state of Nevada with the issuing of the first two interactive gaming licenses ever issued to the manufacturer of an online gaming system in the United States. Bally Technologies and International […]

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Mar 18, 2011 |

The Fight: Online Gambling Bill, PPA Goes to Washington

This week on The Fight, a bill with sponsorship on both sides of the aisle that would regulate online gambling, and replace the UIGEA was formally introduced in Congress. In state legislation news, another state considered intrastate poker while the Poker Players Alliance went to the one state that considers playing online poker a felony […]

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Mar 4, 2011 |

NJ Intrastate Bill Vetoed, Iowa Moves Forward, Changes in FBAR

This week’s edition of The Fight features two states appearing to go in opposite directions on the likelihood of intrastate poker. For those doing their taxes, a recent development from the US government gives online players one less thing to worry about. Christie vetoes New Jersey intrastate poker bill March 3rd, New Jersey governor Chris […]

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Feb 11, 2011 |

The Fight: Kyl to Retire in 2012, Bipartisan Internet Gambling Bill in the Works?, NJ Still Waiting

This week’s developments in The Fight center around a pair of developments that won’t do much for the short-term, but could eventually lead to positive developments to legislature and regulate online poker in the US. Rumors of a reported alliance between Representatives John Campbell (R-CA) and Barney Frank (D-MA) on co-sponsoring an Internet gambling bill […]

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Dec 31, 2010 |

The Fight: 2010 in Review

This week’s edition of “The Fight” covers the year in poker legislation for 2010. The year will be remembered for what could have been regarding legislation to legalize and regulate online poker on the federal level. On the state level, progress was made for those who like seeing who they’re playing against, but intrastate poker […]

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