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The month of Grizzly Games action is drawing to a close on Global Poker. But really, the best has yet to come. On Sunday, Feb. 11, Global Poker hosts not one, not two, but three Main Events to wrap up four weeks of MTT offerings. Trio of Main Events features SC$75K in guarantees The Main […]

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Global Poker’s Grizzly Games are set for next week as one of 2018’s first major poker event series. Get the lowdown in our preview.

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learn more michael kors outlet online yeezy boost 350 SACRAMENTO – Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians Council member Laurie E. Gonzalez issued the following statement after the Joint Legislative Committee Hearing on Internet poker. “I want to thank Assemblyman Adam Gray and Senator Isadore Hall for continuing the discussion surrounding Internet poker by holding today’s […]

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The California online poker community was discouraged that California lawmakers withdrew two bills to legalize online poker last week. However, most advocates are confident the state legislature will pass one of the bills in 2015. Mitch Garber, CEO and president of Caesars Acquisition Company is confident that a bill will be passed soon. California has attempted […]

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The California Attorney General’s office recently filed papers that accused the M8trix of hiding millions of dollars in profits from tax authorities and a nonprofit group. The California Gambling Control Commission has decided to postpone a decision on renewing the M8trix’s license until the allegations have been investigated. They will schedule a hearing to collect […]

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The California Nations Indian Gaming Association recently released a new study highlighting the impact the tribal gaming industry has on the state economy. The new report shows that tribal casinos have employed over 56,000 citizens throughout the state. Over 30,000 people work directly for the casinos. The casinos have also indirectly created jobs for spas, […]

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The California Legislative Office released a report that highlighted the state’s options to legalize online poker. The proposals was presented at the Assembly Governmental Organization Committee. The new report discusses a number of opportunities and challenges the state faces with legalizing online poker. The authors provided an overview of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act and its implications […]

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The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians recently announced that it has hired Matthew Cullen, the former Business Development & Strategy Executive of iGaming, to serve as their new CEO. Cullen has been an executive in the entertainment and online gaming field since 1995, which will make him a valuable member of the team. Carla […]

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Win-River Casino Resort recently announced that it has banned smoking inside its establishment. While the new policy may be an inconvenience to some of its customers, the casino said that it will create a healthier atmosphere for patrons and employees. The smoke-free policy was implemented on March 14. Gary Hayward, General Manager of Win-River, said […]

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The California Legislature approved proposals allowing tribes to build casinos off of their own reservations. Several other gaming tribes objected to the proposal and stated that it violates their tribal state gaming compacts with the California government. They argue that the new proposal sets precedent that the compacts do not have any legal meaning. They […]

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