Started by jinx73 on Tuesday, 12th March 2013 2:08 pm
I received my TR Diamond renewal package today, on the last advertisement in it, it states, that their WSOP online, will be running soon with live cash play. I know Vegas has been passing state style laws for first in the nation licensing, but am I missing something that the legislation put in place against online poker in the US has still not been rescinded, overturned,or changed?
Also big thanks to Caesars for my 'birthday gift' this year, an email with a link to my special gift, and what does the link take me to their semi annual sale. I felt like Ralphie from a Christmas story, decoding the Little Orphan Annie Ovaltine commercial.
Last but not least, I get the impression that Caesars text service maybe a little off or trying to align with reservations, which would be [because I'm drunk and I pressed enter before finishing this topic - Ed] ha, post edit, (I wish I had been drinking). Anyway Caesars started texting offers to me this week as I believe they think I'm in Vegas now. I'm guessing they are trying to line up their text service with reservations, since I had signed up before, but it appears not to be working, in addition to, getting multiple messages that you've incorrectly signed up from their system this week (I didn't sign up this week, so if it was incorrectly, it was after it worked before).
Last response by Okie21 13th March 11:33am
Blakjackkid responded on Tuesday, 12th March 2013
According to this article from Ad Age, it looks like Caesars will be offering real-money internet poker games this Summer in Nevada in conjunction with the WSOP. For the time being, real-money internet poker seems to be legal only in NV, DE and NJ:
jinx73 responded on Tuesday, 12th March 2013
That's what an attorney I follow that blogs about it quite a bit said as well, interesting that they sent it out as part of their diamond renewal, would be nice to see it across the country.
Blakjackkid replied on Wednesday, 13th March 2013
I'd also like to see internet sports-betting legalized across the US.
jinx73 replied on Wednesday, 13th March 2013
I wouldn't mind seeing that myself
Okie21 replied on Wednesday, 13th March 2013
I think the Bookie Lobby is too strong in DC to allow legal sports betting, thereby killing their entire industry.