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PokerStars Deal To Aquire Atlantic City Casino Expires

Posted May 2, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

If not a terribly earth shattering development, it is at least interesting to note that PokerStars deal to acquire an Altantic City casino, the Atlantic Club Casino has expired. PokerStars has not been granted the proper license to complete the deal and the window to do so has come and gone. State Sen. Raymond Lesniak, […]

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Can I Play Online Poker in the US Right Now? For Real Money?

Posted March 20, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

I gets asked about playing online poker a lot. Can you play right now in the US for real money? The answer is surprisingly, yes. There are certain sites that are accepting US players for real money games. What this means is that they are accepting US DEPOSITS. What if you want to cash out […]

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The State of Online Poker in 2013

Posted March 18, 2013 by Chris Wilcox

I get a lot of poker players asking me what’s up with online poker. Since Black Friday in the internet poker world, April 15th, 2011. There has been mass confusion as to what is going on and how it affects US players. There has been a lot going on, from the shut down of various […]

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PokerStars makes some headway with the DOJ, Full Tilt not so much

Posted September 25, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

Poker players and affiliates have been going stir crazy since the Justice Dept started freezing assets in April, wondering if they’ll ever get their money out. They finally got to breathe a sigh of relief last week as DOJ released a payment processing accounts. The account belonged to Sphene International, one of the accounts PokerStars used […]

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Adjusting to Life After Online Poker

Posted July 14, 2011 by Chris Wilcox

Christian Harder knows he’s pretty fortunate — especially in comparison to most American online poker players after Black Friday. The Maryland-based professional, known by his online handle “charder30”, has over $3 million in online tournament winnings, according to Bluff Magazine. And he is well known in the Internet poker community for playing high-stakes tournaments and […]

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