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Online Poker in Michigan to Wait until 2021

Tags: Detroit, Michigan, United States
Posted on 28 January 2020 by "T".

Michigan poker players will likely have to wait until 2021 before they see the very first legal hands dealt in online poker, according to a report from The Detroit News.

Brandt Iden, the sponsor of the bill, said that Michigan won't procure any significant tax benefits until online gambling is launched, "Until we're fully integrated online, I don't think we'll be able to capitalize on revenue. But from a consumer protection standpoint, from getting players interested, certainly getting up and going in person is helpful."

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British Poker Pro Jailed For 20 Years!

Tags: jail, las vegas, Marcus Bebb-Jones, murder, poker pro, Sabrina, united kingdom, united states
Posted on 02 May 2013 by "T".

Britsh poker pro Marcus Bebb-Jones, 49, was arrested at his home in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, in 2009 for the murder of his wife Sabrina, 31, in 1997. He admitted second-degree murder, telling police he killed his wife in a "heat of passion". On Wednesday, bbc news wrote that he had been jailed at Garfield County Court for 20 years, but his sentence will be reduced to reflect the time he has severed awaiting the trial.

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Online Poker legislation in the U.S. already this year?

Tags: america, interview, legislation of online poker, Mark Lipparelli, Nevada Gaming Control Board, united states, usa
Posted on 14 March 2012 by "T".

According to an interview with the chairman of Nevada Gaming Control Board, we might see a legislation of online poker in USA already this year. The chairman, Mark Lipparelli, says that a new gaming license system might get the first official applications within a few months time. This would mean that gambling sites could be running legally in some states already this year. The first state to get a license, however, will most likely be Nevada.

In the interview, Lipparelli also talked in detail how the procedure for applying gambling sites would work. Besides the application itself, this procedure includes other things such as a real technical evaluation of the applicant's products to make sure that only serious, well-functioning sites get the license.



U.S. players will get their money back!

Tags: agreement, full tilt poker, pokerstars, the department of justice, united states
Posted on 21 April 2011 by "T".

Yesterday, the Department of Justice, Full Tilt Poker & PokerStars finally came to an agreement. The Department of Justice has allowed both sites to regain the use of their domains and they claim that there's never been anything stopping them from returning funds to their players. However, U.S. players are still not allowed to play real money games at PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker.

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