Poker Law

New York Senator Pursues Incremental Online Gaming Strategy with Poker-Only Legislation

In the realm of online gaming legislation, New York Senator Joseph Addabbo is recalibrating his approach. Faced with the challenge of garnering support for a comprehensive bill encompassing iGaming, online poke...

Nevada Gaming Commission Could Allow More Online Poker Options to Players

Nevada Gaming Commission is exploring new options regarding online poker in the state. As per the most recent information, the players might be able to play against each other starting in 2025.  Online poker...

New Regulations in Australia, Setting Loss Limits for Time and Money Required in Crown Melbourne

Australia continues with the gambling reforms and taking the safety and security of the players to the next level. The newest changes are related to gaming machines at Melbourne’s Crown Casino. All players will...

Third Stage of NSW Compliance Program Begins, Venues Warned About Zero-Tolerance

Since the Liquor & Gaming NSW (L&GNSW) launched its new compliance program related to displaying gaming signage at various venues, a lot changed - but there’s a lot more to be done as well. The third st...

Rafael Caiaffa Suspended from BSOP Millions for Violating Tournament Rules

On 20 November 2023, a Brazilian poker player Rafael Caiaffa was suspended indefinitely from the Brazilian Series of Poker (BSOP) Millions event for breaking a tournament rule. As reported, Caiaffa added extra ...

West Virginia Enters Internet Gaming Agreement With Four Other States

Online poker players from West Virginia will now have the opportunity to play versus players from Delaware, Michigan, Nevada, and New Jersey. According to the source, the West Virginia Lottery has announced tha...

SkyCity Auckland Faces License Suspension and Loses $260 Million To Problem Gambling Allegations

New Zealand’s SkyCity Entertainment Group is facing a temporary casino operator's license suspension after the country's Secretary of the Department of Internal Affairs lodged the respective application to the ...

Star Wins NSW Tax Deferral and Loses Charter Hall From the Brisbane Deal

The New South Wales (NSW) Government has postponed the announced tax increase on gaming revenue for the Star Entertainment's Sydney casino less than a fortnight before the start of the new tax rate implementati...

NSW Government Bans External Gambling Signage from September 2023

As announced a few months ago, the New South Wales (NSW) Government is now taking actions to keep the promise given before elections to reduce problem gambling. As the NSW Government's web site reports, e...
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Caesars Against the Public List of Poker Cheaters in Nevada

The Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) recently made a request to publish the names of poker players who were banned from participating in online poker games. Caesars Entertainment Inc, the only company that ac...
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Crown Melbourne Punished for Violating Responsible Gaming Obligations

Victorian Gambling and Casino Control Commission (VGCCC) announced the verdict: Crown Melbourne must pay a record fine of AU $120 million, or US $77 million.    The reason for this punishment lies in a serie...