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  • Celebrity Endorsements, Online Poker and the FTC

    Posted in Poker by and on November 20, 2014

    Celebrity Endorsements, Online Poker and the FTC

    Last week, without much attention, four new regulations affecting online gaming operations in New Jersey became effective under the authority of the Division of Gaming Enforcement. The rules include changes to directives on funding from social games, requirements for exclusivity, and operator server locations. However, the fourth rule is an addition which deals specifically with […]

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  • Court Decision Good for Poker, Bad for Bottom Feeding Plaintiffs

    Posted in Poker by on June 30, 2014

    On Friday, a New Jersey state court judge threw out a lawsuit brought against the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City by six men who alleged that the Borgata was negligent in running a tournament in the 2014 Borgata Winter Poker Open which was cancelled after counterfeit poker chips were discovered in circulation. […]

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  • Bovada Poker Exits Regulated Markets

    Posted in Poker by on June 26, 2014

    In April the state of New Jersey issued warning letters to online gaming affiliate marketers who advertised unlicensed gaming websites in-state.  Now, one unlicensed operator is taking the warning to heart and withdrawing from regulated markets. Bovada, the largest online poker site in the U.S., will no longer be accepting new players from the regulated […]

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