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Pennsylvania Online Gambling - On Saturday, July 14, 2018, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette broke the news that three Pennsylvania based casinos have completed the $10 million state licenses application. Pennsylvania's deadline for the 13 casinos that seek bundled licensing which would allow them to provide legal web-based poker, table games and slot machines for real

This article is owned by iGamingPlayer [1] With all the goings on at BorgataPoker.com—what with its online satellites to tournament events like the Borgata Spring Poker Open now underway in Atlantic City, for example—it can be easy to overlook what’s happening at Borgata’s other online site, BorgataCasino.com. So, you might be surprised that BorgataCasino.com has been

So, it’s good to know the rules of etiquette ahead of time. First, you are generally given 1 minute to place your bet before the dealer picks up the white ball. Now, you can still place your bet as the white ball is spinning, but the dealer will eventually say

Federal Courts reject New Jersey’s attempt to get past the federal ban on sports wagering. New Jersey has been attempting to legalize sports betting since late 2008. In hopes of expanding the gaming options in the state of New Jersey, New Jersey passed a law partially repealing a Federal ban at

Real money online gaming competition is growing here in New Jersey, with 2 new online casinos opening up this year. Pala Casino opened their "online doors" earlier this year, while the Mohegan Sun casino opened up this week. New Jersey players are welcoming the new casinos. More casinos should spark

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