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    Default NJ, NV & DE to share online poker player pools

    Big news for the regulated online poker market.

    Read more: Office of the Governor | Newsroom

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    Quote Originally Posted by pokeraussie View Post
    Big news for the regulated online poker market.

    Read more: Office of the Governor | Newsroom
    Yea, this is big news. However, even with all three states combining forces, they will still not come close to creating as much liquidity as the big 3 offshore networks (Chico, Pai Wang Luo, and Winning Poker). It is a step in the right direction though.

    What would be really good for the regulated sites / market, is to get Pennsylvania into this shared liquidity group. For those of you who don't know, Pennsylvania recently passed pro-online poker and gambling regulations in bill H271 (legal text, analysis).

    PA is one of the most populous US states. Adding the 13 million PA citizens into the player pool of NJ (9m) + DE (1m) + NV (3m) effectively doubles the liquidity in US regulated markets... However, I've read no chatter about this at all. And IIRC onlinepokerreports did an analysis of this (though I can't find the link off hand) hypothetical liquidity structure and it was a fantastic improvement! Though still resulting in less liquidity than the offshore sites, which I suppose makes sense, since they serve the entire world sans a few heavily restricted markets.

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    what about Florida? is all these laws are applicable in the Florida state.

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    What would be really good for the regulated sites / market, is to get Pennsylvania into this shared liquidity group. For those of you who don't know, Pennsylvania recently passed pro-online poker and gambling regulations in bill H271 (legal text, analysis).
    Very interesting thought!


 

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