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  1. On Wednesday, Las Vegas Sands CEO Sheldon Adelson (pictured) spoke at the G2E gaming industry conference held his home casino, the Venetian in Las Vegas. Adelson, as you may know, said he'll spend "whatever it takes" to outlaw online gambling in the United States and has become public enemy #1 in our industry. The Poker Players Alliancefeatured a running commentary on Twitter during Adelson's keynote speech, which you can watch by clicking here. The organization started off by noting, "Adelson takes a direct swing at @PokerStars, says they are criminals trying to get a US license." PokerS
  2. According to State Senator Raymond Lesniak (pictured), PokerStars, the world's largest online poker site, will launch in New Jersey in March. Now that the so-called "lame duck" session of Congress in the US is behind us and lawmakers around the country have taken their posts, the focus in New Jersey may now shift to PokerStars being licensed. Longtime industry pro and Online Poker Report front man Chris Grove Tweeted to Lesniak on Saturday, "What about PokerStars - how's that appeal going?" Lesniak responded, "March 2015." You can follow Grove on Twitter at @OPReport. You can follow Lesniak
  3. According to Online Poker Reportand other sources, PokerStars, the largest online poker room in the world, is preparing to accept Bitcoin. The site's timeline for doing so is not known, but Chris Grove from OPR told PocketFives that PokerStars has started to assemble the vendors that would be necessary to take Bitcoin. "They're not going to handle taking Bitcoin internally, so they'd need a vendor in the same way you'd need a vendor to process credit card transactions," Grove told us. According to Gambling Compliance, "PokerStars and major Asian-facing operators are among those pushing fo
  4. Heading up the ship at Online Poker Reportis Chris Grove (pictured), who has as much knowledge about the past, present, and future of internet gambling in the US as anyone you'll find. On the heels of Thursday's revelation that a House Subcommittee will discuss banning internet gambling in the US on March 5, we caught up with Grove to get his take on where we stand entering the third month of 2015. PocketFives: What is your forecast for Sheldon Adelson's Restoring America's Wire Actrohis year? The bill would ban internet gambling in the US. Chris Grove: I have a hard time imagining t
  5. On Wednesday, Online Poker Report's Chris Grove (pictured) published a series of Tweets regarding the legality of daily fantasy sports (DFS). As we've written about before, Nevada gaming officials are digging into the legality of DFSand could potentially shut the industry down in the state or change the way it's taxed and licensed. Other states could soon follow. Check out Chris on Twitter. Nevada Gaming Control Board Chairman AG Burnett announced his plans to take a look at DFS on Twitter, leading Grove to surmise, "My thinking isthey wouldn't announce the review if they knew they were goi

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