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In less than two weeks, Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware will begin player liquidity sharing. It’s a long time coming, after Nevada and New Jersey signed an agreement in 2016, and the move should be a huge boost for the WSOP poker portal. One analyst predicts that the traffic will be driven to “unprecedented levels.”
A poker player at a Las Vegas casino recently struck a progressive bad beat jackpot that was at $120,000 at the time. The casino operator claims the jackpot winner is disqualified because he exposed his cards before the game concluded. State gaming regulators held a hearing a hearing to decide the case. The Las Vegas
Despite the growth of marijuana sales last year to over $6.7 billion, Nevada hasn’t done much to attract cannabis revenue. This is due, in part, to gaming regulators taking an anti-marijuana stance a couple of years ago when medical marijuana usage was approved by voters. Now, members of the gaming and casino communities are hoping
Once the Monte Carlo closes the doors to its eight-table poker room next month Las Vegas will be down to about one quarter of the tables it had a decade ago. The shutdown is part of the $450 million renovation that will be taking place at the casino and is nothing new to the industry