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Bovada is ready to try its luck again offering poker in New York. The gambling brand announced this week that it is reopening its platform to players in New York State after blocking them for the past year. The site reportedly avoided New York due to the state’s strict anti-online gambling laws. Online poker players
Turning Stone Casino in Verona, New York is celebrating its 25th anniversary with live poker next month. The highlight of the celebrations will be a 25 for 25 event – a poker tournament with a $25,000 guarantee that players can buy into for just $25. 25 for 25 will be an event of epic proportions
The bill to legalize online poker in New York failed to gain approval once again this year. Much like SB 3898 introduced by Senator John Bonacic last year, the bill died in the Assembly. Some speculate it was the late addition of a bad actor clause with no time left to debate that sealed the
New York’s newest lineup of weekday poker tournaments begins today at Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady. After two months of a packed poker room, Rivers received approval from the New York State Gaming Commission last week. The schedule begins Mondays at 9:30 a.m. The No Limit Hold’em poker tournaments will be held weekday mornings,
The Oneida Nation announced plans to build a new $50 million casino in New York. The casino will be their third in the state and could be completed as early as next spring. To be called Point Place, the casino will be located in the town of Bridgeport in Madison County. Plans for Point Place
Once again, Seneca Niagara Falls will host the Western New York Poker Challenge. It all kicks off March 31 with a $300 buy-in $100,000 guaranteed Hold’em tournament. The highlight of the WNYPC will be a $200,000 guaranteed tournament on April 7-to-9. The first event of the series will offer four starting flights spread over March
The 2017 Western New York Poker Challenge is just around the corner. Scheduled for March 31 through April 10, it features a $200,000 guaranteed Main Event and much more. A $25,000 guaranteed $300 opener kicks it all off, followed by a $50,000 guaranteed $600 buy-in No-Limit Hold’em tournament. Returning to the Seneca Niagara Resort &
The legal landscape for USA Online Poker Rooms and online poker players in the United States is going through uncertainties. While three states got the legal online poker playing status the matter is yet to be settled in prime states like California, Texas, Illinois and Iowa. Though bills were introduced within their borders but these