Connecticut Poker Player Sentenced to Jail Time for Tax Evasion

Guy Smith is a businessman in Connecticut who enjoys playing poker professionally on a part-time basis. He also likes to spend time placing sports bets. After earning a few wins, Smith neglected to pay the taxes he owed and is

Ukraine Moves Closer to Legalized Gambling

The Ukrainian cabinet has approved gambling draft legislation, making the bill a law. The actual contents of the bill remain a mystery as the information has not been made public. However, based on a recent announcement by the cabinet, the

Poker Could Be Imminent in Virginia

Earlier this week, it was announced that the General Assembly in Virginia passed SSB 1126 into law. The bill will allow for casinos to be developed in the state. Now that the bill has passed in the Senate and House,

Pennsylvania Casino Operators Can Now Petition for iGaming

Online gaming is set to take place in Pennsylvania, thanks to the passage of a gaming expansion package last year. The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board has now confirmed that existing operators of land-based casinos in the state can now petition

States Beginning to See Appeal of iGaming

Since 2013, online gambling has been a reality in the United States. In the beginning, it was only Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada that took advantage of regulation changes to create their own legislation to allow for real money online

Wisconsin Judge Rules Poker Still Considered Illegal

Several proponents for the game of poker have been fighting to see the game legalized within the state of Wisconsin. The game is played in the state in homes and bars but is technically illegal to do so. Tribal casinos

NFL Players Told To Not Participate in Poker Event

A poker tournament was scheduled for the Coconut Creek Casino of the Seminole Indians with NFL pros competing but now will be a few pros short. The NFL has told three players of the Miami Dolphins that they cannot take

New Proposal Could Result in Poker Gaming in Tennessee

Bills in regards to poker are popping up across the United States, from online poker gaming to land based poker rooms. In the state of Tennessee, a new proposal has been created that would allow table games to be placed

New Maryland Legislation Introduced to Allow Poker Home Games

The game of poker is one that is enjoyed across the globe, but in the United States, players find game play can be limited. In some states, poker is celebrated and allowed in homes, casinos and poker rooms. In others,

Nebraska Continues Push for Poker Gaming

While many states struggle to see online poker taking place, one state just wants to be able to enjoy live poker gaming. In the state of Nebraska, Tyson Larson is working to see poker legislation passed so card rooms will

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