Have you ever finished an online poker session and wished your biggest hands could be shown on TV or that there was some way you could share you huge pots with your friends? Hall of Hands has developed software that can do just that, infusing an incredible social element into online poker as it creates a poker show out of your hands that you can share with the world via email and Facebook.
Private companies like Caesars Entertainment and Zynga continue to lay the groundwork for their entry into a reulated U.S. online poker market in the future. Meanwhile, federal and state lawmakers attempt to pave the way for online poker to become legalized. The Cardplayer Lifestyle poker blog brings you a summary of all the U.S. online poker regulatory news from this week.
Though nobody knows when it’s going to happen, it’s a foregone conclusion that online poker will someday be legal again in the United States. When that happens, it will be interesting to see which online poker room players will flock to.
The largest poker site in the world: PokerStars? Full Tilt Poker? Despite what their advertising says, neither of them are actually even close… It’s Zynga!