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Barstool Online Poker Tournament at partypoker NJ Triples Guarantee

Barstool Sports and partypoker New Jersey have entered into an agreement that will see  partypoker host a monthly Barstool online poker tournament in New Jersey. The partnership was announced following the  second Barstool online poker tournament on February 18th. The partnership shouldn’t be much of a surprise considering Wednesday night’s tournament was a $20 buy-in […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Casino News Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

Barstool Sports Online Poker Tournaments are the Outside the Box Marketing NJ Needs

On February 18, 2015 NJ.PartyPoker.com and Barstool Sports will play host to what on the surface seems like little more than pedestrian $20 buy-in, $500 Guaranteed online poker tournament. Sure, there will also be a $100 bounty on the head of Barstool founder Dave “ElPresidente” Portnoy. There will also be free Barstool gear for people […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Casino News Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

Borgata Is Bringing Physical Skill Based Gambling to New Jersey

Last year the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement issued a clarion call to game developers with the announcement they would be licensing skill-based games (think Candy Crush or Words With Friends) that could then be introduced on casino floors in Atlantic City, or perhaps at one of New Jersey’s licensed online gaming websites. The […]

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Updated on: February 16, 2015 | Casino News | Steve Ruddock

Popular Casino Game Not Offered at Most New Jersey Casinos

There are a lot of similarities between New Jersey regulated online casinos. Many offer the same exact games with only a few exceptions. Betfair and Golden Nugget offer several unique slots and table games. Tropicana and its sister site Virgin Casino offer a variety of unique slot titles and one game that set it apart […]

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Updated on: February 25, 2015 | Casino News | John Mehaffey

Is Atlantic City Heading Towards Bankruptcy or a Rebirth?

The trials and tribulations of Atlantic City have been well documented over the past year, and it now appears the city may be at the proverbial crossroads. The man who led Detroit through the biggest municipal bankruptcy in the history of the United States has been designated as a consultant by New Jersey Governor Chris […]

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Updated on: February 9, 2015 | Casino News | Steve Ruddock

What Happens to Online Gambling in NJ if RAWA Passes?

On Wednesday Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) reintroduced the Restoration of America’s Wire Act into the U.S. House of Representatives. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) said he will introduce a similar bill in the U.S. Senate this year as well. Chaffetz and Graham first introduced RAWA into Congress in March of 2014, which many people believe was […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

Nearly $1.5M Awarded as Party Poker GSSS II Tournament Series Exceeds Expectations

Back in September of 2014, the first installment of partypoker New Jersey’s Garden State Super Series (GSSS) awarded over $1,000,000 in prize money, but will likely be best remembered for an ill-timed software crash that interrupted the tournament series’ main events, marring what was otherwise a very successful online tournament series. Still, the series was […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

Shared Liquidity Vaults WSOP/888 Cash Game Traffic Into #1 Spot

Caesars and 888 Holdings decided to combine their player pools at select cash game and tournament tables earlier this year, and the combination of US.888Poker.com and WSOP.com is already paying dividend. The new network has left PartyPoker/Borgata in the dust, with WSOP/888 now leading Party/Borgata by 35%, according to the tracking site PokerScout.com. PokerScout.com lists […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

NJ Senator Lesniak: PokerStars Coming in March 2015

PokerStars may be arriving on the shores of New Jersey by the end of Q1 2015 according to New Jersey State Senator Raymond Lesniak. After seeing the Senator responding to New Jersey’s sports betting case on Twitter on Friday evening Chris Grove took a shot and asked the Senator how PokerStars license application was progressing. […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

Highlights from GamblingCompliance iGaming Report

Last week the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJ DGE) released a 2014 year-end review of iGaming in the state, and now industry analysts GamblingCompliance have done likewise. The two reports generally paint the same picture of the first full year of online gambling in New Jersey, but do so in very different ways […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Online Gambling News | Steve Ruddock

888 and WSOP.com Combine Poker Player Pools

888 and WSOP.com will share some of their players at the tables.  The two sites will combine platforms on Monday, January 12, 2015.  Lower limit cash games and sit and gos will be the first games to share players.  There will also be $130,000 in weekly guaranteed tournaments available to players on both sites. The […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Online Gambling News | John Mehaffey

DGE Gives Report on First Year of Regulated Gaming

David Rebuck, Director of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement, published a nine-page letter outlining the positives and the negatives of the first full year of New Jersey regulated internet gaming.  He also gave an outlook on what may change in 2015. Rebuck starts by going through some history of the legislative and regulatory […]

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Updated on: May 16, 2015 | Online Gambling News | John Mehaffey
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