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  1. According to a variety of sites, including Online Poker Report, Amaya Gaming has asserted that a mobile pop-up alerting players that real money Full Tilt games were available in New Jersey was an error. Call it a Garden State SNAFU that briefly energized the community that Full Tilt was going to enter the market effective immediately. "We have been developing a real money mobile poker app that has been submitted to the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement as part of the review process of our application to offer real money gaming under a NJ DGE license," the statement from Amaya read.
  2. It might have taken longer than expected, but the Amaya Gaming brands PokerStarsand Full Tilthave been authorized to operate in New Jersey, according to an Amaya press release. In what could result in a domino effect of sorts in other states debating whether to allow PokerStars and Full Tilt to operate, New Jersey gaming officials approved both brands, which have a land-based partner in Resorts Casino Hotel, which also operates ResortsCasino.com. David Baazov, Chairman and CEO of Amaya, commented in the same press release, "We are very pleased to add New Jersey to the long list of regulat
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