Nevada and Delaware: Sharing of liquidities in online poker by this summer
The sharing of liquidities seems to make positive progress in the United States. After the agreement signed in last month for the establishment of an interstate market of online poker in Nevada and in Delaware, the two governors of both States agreed for the launching of the project sooner than planned. The Governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval, and the one of Delaware, Jack Markell, have recently decided that the sharing of liquidities between their States will be launched by this summer, while it was previously planned before the end of the year 2014. The intrastate online poker concerns Nevada and Delaware, but both governors dont exclude to pool the market of poker with New Jersey. Nevada and Delaware are two small States with lower population compared with New Jersey. A sharing of liquidities with New Jersey would be a godsend with its almost 9 million of inhabitants, 11th out of the 50 States. The subject has already been mentioned by the Governor of Nevada, Brian Sandoval, and his counterpart of New Jersey, Chris Christie, but no agreement has been signed for the moment.
Now, about 10 other States plan the legislation of online gambling. And Sandoval has announced its will to help them in the implementation of a structure conform to regulations and infrastructures similar to his, while wishing that these States will be involved in the sharing of liquidities with both States which have opened the way, namely Nevada and Delaware. In Utah, a member of the Congress plans this week the presentation of a bill which should rectify the federal law on the prohibition of the practice of games on Internet inside the State.
Tuesday, 25 March 2014
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