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June 28, 2012
by Kenneth R Smith
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Delaware Legalizes Online Gambling

Two States Done, Forty-Eight to Go

The swell of online gambling legislation in the US reached a new milestone today as Delaware governor Jack Markell signed a bill legalizing online casino-style gambling within the state. Delaware and Nevada are the only states so far to pass legislation to license and regulate Internet casinos, although other states are at various stages of progress pursuing the same goal.  Now the race is on to see which state will be first to actually launch real-money games and take the first legal and regulated online bet in the States.
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May 27, 2012
by Kenneth R Smith
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Play For Fun!

Play for fun online casino launches!  In the United States!

Too many exclamation points?  Maybe.  I guess I was overwhelmed by the example of Maryland Live! casino’s brand name, punctuation included.

It is a development worthy of exclamation though, as Maryland Live! casino’s MyLiveOnlineCasino.com site is the first Internet casino with its player management system linked directly to a US land-based casino.  The virtual casino, open for a month now, is strictly a play-for-fun model but it appears to be only a flip of the switch away from the capability of real money wagering if and when true online gambling is approved in Maryland.
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May 21, 2012
by Kenneth R Smith
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MGM to Launch Casino-Themed Internet Game in June

MGM Resorts International CEO Jim Murren revealed plans by the casino company to launch an online casino-themed game by June.  Speaking at the Southern Gaming Summit earlier this month in Biloxi, Murren stated that the game will launch as a cashless site, but “it will have the possibility of converting to online cash casino applications should that be legal.”
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May 12, 2012
by Kenneth R Smith
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888 CEO Says The Company Is Well-Positioned for US Offerings

PokerNews.com recently published an interview with 888 Holdings CEO Brian Mattingly in which the executive talked about 888’s position for a potential return to the US market.  After the UIGEA was signed into law in 2006, the UK-based online gambling company made an orderly exit from the US market, unlike their major competitors PokerStars and FullTilt.  Mattingly now touts their willingness to comply with the regulatory issues in the US as a big benefit to the process of being approved as a legal provider under anticipated new laws being considered in several US states.
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