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From a field of 564 entries, the Card Player Poker Tour Venetian main event is down to its final 12 players with one of the best players on the planet near the top of the ...


2014 Poker Year in Review

by Card Player News Team |  Published: Jan 07, 2015

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This year was a wild one for gambling in America. There were ups and downs, successes and disappointments, but the thing to take away from it all is that gambling is a resilient industry, and it’s never out, even after placing some bets that don’t pay off as planned. No Legislative Moves Paves Way For Exciting 2015 In 2014, there were no additional states to authorize online poker, though, there were efforts in Pennsylvania and California. The latter, with more than 37 million residents, is expected to okay the activity in 2015, according to most experts close to the situation in Sacramento. The deal with the Golden State is that there are competing groups who have had a hard time coming to a consensus over language in the legislation. It boils down to a wrestling match to see who can position themselves for market share once the industry takes off. ...


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