New York Wants Online Poker!

New York State came very close to passing online poker legislation last year. Now, the bill returns for 2017.

We also look at the continuing fight for Pennsylvania online gambling and fantasy sports regulation in America and Europe, and issues with the NFL’s move to Las Vegas.

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