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Josh Rubinstein of Del Mar Thoroughbred Club

November 17th, 2014 by Kendall James

Recently, we had the chance to interview, Josh Rubinstein, COO of Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Check out his thoughtful perspective on the California horse racing industries stance on California online poker. Why do you think it’s important for the horse racing industry to be part of online poker in California?  Horse racing is the only legal form of […]

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Yesterday, at the Conference of Online Gaming,  several panels discussed the possibility and implications of a bad actor clause on legal online poker. In it’s current form, the bad actor clause  would exclude parties that offered online gaming after December 31, 2006. It has been heavily debated by tribes and card rooms, and if the bill passes with […]

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“We would rather not be here talking about online gaming,” said Mark Macarro from the Pechanga tribe during a panel at iGaming Symposium called Are We Ready?. From the tribes perspective, they’ve fought for years to carve out a political opportunity that would finally give them self reliance – anything to disrupt that is a […]

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