News & Analysis

Kahnawake Ends U.S. Exposure After New Jersey Pressure

In a potentially seminal agreement, regulators in New Jersey and Kahnawake recently completed negotiations on a deal to prevent gambling websites hosted in the Mohawk Territory from accepting wagers from customers in the United States.

Players Sue Over Alleged Poker Site Scam

Eight high stakes poker players are suing the former owners of an online poker website after claiming they were cheated out of more than $2m because of an insider scam.

Nevada Backs Internet Poker Rules

Nevada regulators yesterday approved Internet poker regulations, enabling in-state poker websites to start operations within a few months.

Research & Reports

Special Report: US Online Poker Indictments

The US government was granted leave to amend the civil complaint filed in April 2011 against PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker and others to include allegations that Full Tilt not only engaged in the operation of an unlawful gambling business, bank fraud, wire fraud and money laundering, but also defrauded its poker players of hundreds of millions of dollars. 

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