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Online poker is now available for players in the US state of Nevada. After the game was completely banned by the American government in 2011, Nevada locals are now free to play Texas Hold’em and other games.

Online poker kicks off in Nevada

Citizens of the US state of Nevada this week become the first to be able to play online poker legally. On Tuesday the first legal Internet poker site, Ultimate Poker, launched to a fanfare, and is set to be followed by up to 20 competitors including online social gaming giant Zynga.

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2013 is the Year of Online Gambling Legislation

It may only be March, but 2013 is already looking like it going to be the year of online gambling legislation in the United States of America.

More than six years after the national government essentially banned Internet gaming, an increasing number of state legislatures or passing laws allowing for the practice to occur in their localities.

New Jersey Gaming Revolution

New Jersey became only the third State in the US to approve online gambling in a legal capacity when State Governer Chris Christie passed a much discussed gambling bill. The move is set to revitalize the casinos of Atlantic City, which have fallen behind Las Vegas in popularity. Christie’s approval came just days after Nevada State Governor Brian Sandoval signed a similar bill allowing online gambling in the home of Las Vegas.