On Wednesday, Amaya announced that its PokerStars and Full Tilt brands (currently more than 95 million registered costomers combined) had been authorised to operate in New Jersey, USA. Both sites have been "offline" in the United States for more than four years after Black Friday, so this is definitely good news to many online poker enthusiast in the state of New Jersey, where 888, partypoker and [...] Read more » USA: PokerStars & Full Tilt Soon Back In New Jersey!
Joined: Mar '12
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 40 (F)
Is this going to mean all online poker is now allowed in New Jersey or just Stars and FT?Surely other states will have to now allow online poker.Governments are definitely well aware how much revenue is achievable from poker now so they would be stupid not to get a share of it.
Joined: May '08
Age: 34 (M)
so does this mean that online poker is now legal in new jersey only or for all the americans in some way, kinda stupid if americanos from new jersey can gamble their winnings away, while the rest of cowboys are feeling the word free doesn't mean a lot more than "i love the smell of bullsh1t in the morning".
Joined: Oct '08
Age: 61 (M)
yea america is a little different then the rest of the world, if amaya wants to go into all states, they will have to get the approval from each one. so right now only people living on the jersey shore can play. It's like the death penalty, some states have and some don't. Or gun laws.In new york you get arrested for carrying a gun In texas everybody has one.it's legal.
So it will still be a long time before all americans can play online again But this is a start.
Guess what? Even this small development could not save Atlantic City no more so there's that. Econimc dowturns make more people gamble but the US's economy is in good shape right now so the traffic is declining.
Joined: Feb '11
Location: United Kingdom
Age: 55 (M)
Great news for New Jersey and great news for all those players who want to join in and make the world of poker even more fun and exciting and bigger fields of players and bigger pots of money to win and fishes to gobble up and sharks to avoid! Welcome it with open arms!
Joined: Apr '09
Age: 39 (M)
These are very good news for the portuguese comunity living in this state. I believe there are many online poker fans over there, because we also receive news and comments from them around here, so, having the chance to play in the bigger rooms will certainly be a relief for some and a new competition for others! Watxh out for them, they are trained
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Location: Macedonia, The former Yugoslav Republic of
Age: 39 (M)
im sure in less then a year there will be other states that will follow suit, and mb after 2-3 years whole USA will be able to play on PS and FT, dont worry StheP sharks always circle around fishes so ull get your wish to come to life
Joined: Jul '15
Age: 49 (M)
good to see my favorite platforms return the land of Uncle Sam , because I have the dream of playing in Vegas , who knows now with porkerstars returning to the USA can win a promotion in tournaments and will be soon playing on American
Posted by SBEP: im sure in less then a year there will be other states that will follow suit, and mb after 2-3 years whole USA will be able to play on PS and FT, dont worry StheP sharks always circle around fishes so ull get your wish to come to life
Not so sure about that. Congress is just trying to crucify DraftKings and FanDuel on the accounts of gambling (these are two well known fantasy sport websites where you could play/win real money against each other) as of right now so I would not be so sure they are coming back soon in large numbers.