As 2021 dawns, the future of legalized online poker in the US looks brighter than in years past. Industry expert Steve Ruddock lays out the current state of US online poker, and what’s likely to change over the coming year.
From online poker developments to live poker developments, it would seem that 2021 is primed to be another interesting year in the poker world.
Calum Grant takes a look into his crystal ball to make five predictions for what the poker world can expect to happen next year.
Sheldon Adelson has long been opposed to legalizing online poker in the United States on a federal level. As his opposition is perhaps the biggest obstacle to that occurring, this letter is an open invitation asking that he reconsider his position and instead work together with poker industry experts to help facilitate legislation in favor.
Moving forward from the status quo must begin with an open and honest discussion. This letter represents a true olive branch, acknowledging Mr. Adelson’s concerns, and earnestly hoping to achieve the start of genuine engagement.
While the U.S. online poker market can’t rebound as quickly as it was shut down on Black Friday back in 2011, a number of positive steps have been taken over the past few years. There are many reasons to be optimistic about the future of U.S. online poker, so here’s a list of five of the best ones, from Geoff Fisk.
In the wake of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning PASPA, confusion, hope, and trepidation are running amok among the poker playing community. At the end of the day, we just want to know what sort of effect this has on playing legal, regulated online poker.
Our panel of experts, comprised of David Huber, Preston Oade, Steve Ruddock, Adam Small, and Mac VerStandig tackles the issue from multiple angles and collectively give a comprehensive answer that serves to dispel any confusion online poker fans might have.
Way too much ink has been spilled on the status of U.S. online poker regulation. At the end of the day, advocates, naysayers, and passions notwithstanding, it’s lawmakers who will decide on the fate of online poker in the United States. Since Federal regulation isn’t being passed anytime soon, it’s time to take an honest look at a realistic best-case scenario for legalized U.S. online poker. Read on for my assessment.