This months Within Scoop is in! Enke discusses New Jersey and tells us what he wo…

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 2:12 pm

This weeks Inside of Scoop is in! Enke discusses New Jersey and tells us what he would do if he had been a NJ operator.

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It is Tuesday, and that indicates it’s time for your weekly dose of the Within Scoop! And a occupied 7 days it’s been for the controlled markets, particularly the international locations biggest controlled marketplace, New Jersey. So with no even more ado, let us bounce right in.
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Microgaming will be with out Unibet in 2014

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 2:00 pm

Microgaming will be without Unibet in 2014

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According to a recent press release, Unibet will be leaving the Microgaming Network in early 2014 and move to a independent network.
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New Review Claims California Could be an iGaming Gold Mine

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 1:32 pm

New Examine Promises California Could be an iGaming Gold Mine

New Study: California On-line Poker Market place Worth up to $ 384 Million
LAS VEGAS, Dec. eighteen, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — If California legalizes and regulates online poker, the marketplace could make revenue among $ 217 million…
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New Jersey On the internet Poker Weekly Update – Golden Nugget in, PokerStars Out, WSOP S…

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 1:04 pm

New Jersey On-line Poker Weekly Update – Golden Nugget in, PokerStars Out, WSOP Server Down

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In this week&#039s rundown of the NJ on the web on line casino and poker market place: a server outage, the freeze on PokerStars, and more New Jersey on-line…
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Surprising New Data on US iGaming Possible

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 12:45 pm

Astonishing New Knowledge on US iGaming Potential

The Actual Profits Potential of US On-line Gambling May possibly Surprise You
A new report from Eilers Analysis provides the most sober and exact projection to day for regulated iGaming revenues in the United States.
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Caesars to acquire Atlantic Club and shut it down January thirteen

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 11:29 am

Caesars to get Atlantic Club and shut it down January 13

Atlantic Club on line casino in NJ closing Jan. thirteen
ATLANTIC Town, N.J. (AP) — The Atlantic Club Casino Resort in Atlantic Metropolis suggests it will near on Jan. 13, reducing the quantity of casinos in the…
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This months Inside Scoop – NJ&#039s greatest on the web poker area, is g…

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 3:29 am

This weeks Inside Scoop – NJ&#039s greatest online poker area, is likely to aid New Jersey Restore The Shore with a charity poker series. #twothumbsup to Party!

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US On-line Poker Regulation Large Hitters for 2014

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 31 December 2013 3:16 am

US On-line Poker Regulation Big Hitters for 2014

iGaming insiders talk about the electricity players of US on-line gaming
This week I questioned a panel 5 iGaming insiders to name the electrical power gamers in the US on the internet gambling market. Some of the men and women introduced up by the…
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Yo, New Jersey On-line Gambling, How You Doin?

Posted by admin | Casino Affiliates | Wednesday 25 December 2013 10:53 pm

In the years leading up to its launch, regulated online gambling in New Jersey was touted as everything from the last, best hope for Atlantic City casinos; to the dawn of an igaming Silicon Valley on the Eastern Seaboard.

Now, a month after its official launch, Garden State online casino operators are putting theory into practice to find out if this grand experiment is going to work. So far, the results seem largely positive.

Here’s what we know about NJ online gambling after a month of live play.

Preparation Pays

No one expects perfection from day one when it comes to the Internet, but New Jersey’s online casino roll-out came pretty close. This relatively smooth launch was the result of some serious planning and foresight on the part of the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement and its leader David Rebuck.

Redbuck and company brought in lots of experts, asked lots of questions, and generally became igaming experts as they neared last month’s launch. Coming in well prepared does not, however, completely ward off technical difficulties.

During the first few days of the launch, thousands of Jersey gamblers could not register, or log on, to the state’s seven legal gambling sites thanks to geolocation issues. According to some accounts, only about a quarter of the people who tried to log on in those early days actually met with any success.

Operators blamed software that was bouncing players who lived close to the state line; though many of the bounced players were in fact from out of state. Over the last month, however, geo-location issues have abated dramatically.

As of last week, over 91,000 registrations have been completed on the seven legal sites in New Jersey. This doesn’t necessarily mean that 91,000 individual players have registered because some of them may have logged on to multiple sites.

The fact that the state feels comfortable giving out a number at all seems to be a good sign. By comparison, getting a read on how many players are visiting Nevada’s legal poker sites is pretty difficult.

“The player pool is pretty thin,” is how Donnie Peters, editor-in-chief of describes the situation in the Silver State but Jersey’s larger population makes for a much larger potential players pool.

Banking on Banks

One x-factor that’s dogged legal gambling sites in New Jersey, and Nevada, is a banking industry that hasn’t got the message that online gambling is now legal. Plenty of players have been unable to make deposits with regulated gambling sites because their banks won’t process the transaction.

What impact banking woes, and the absence of Paypal deposits, will have on the Jersey market are tough to assess this early in the game.


Technical troubles aside, New Jersey online gambling is off to a pretty good start. Whether it will be able to keep Atlantic City casinos in the black is a question that will be answered over the next year or so, but at this point, any revenue the long-suffering boardwalk casinos can generate from online players will qualify as good news.


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The Inside Scoop – Party Poker to Restore The Shore

Posted by admin | Poker Affiliates | Tuesday 24 December 2013 10:11 pm

Editor Note: Jeremy Enke is an industry veteran most well known for his publications as well as his industry accomplishments. Jeremy also leads the community at Poker Affiliate Listings. Jeremy writes a weekly feature for Poker Affiliate Solutions on the fast-moving developments in the regulated U.S. online poker market.

Almost one full month after regulated online gambling went live in New Jersey, the states (DGE) Division of Gambling Enforcement came out this week and announced that 109,000 online gambling accounts have been created thus far.

The number of accounts being created each week in New Jersey continues to increase at a healthy and stable rate of approximately 20,000 new accounts per week.

And while it’s impossible to know which operators are leading the market on the casino side of the business, the online poker leaders have resoundingly made their presence known. With over 50% of the states market share, has established their brand as the clear market leader. Followed by, and then AAPN, these three networks are dominating the New Jersey online poker scene.

Party Poker New Jersey – Paying It Forward

Leading up to regulation in New Jersey, there had been plenty of debate on whether regulated online gambling would be good or bad for the state. This week Party Poker showed us the exact benefits of having regulated online gambling in the U.S. announced this week that they had officially partnered with New Jersey based non-profit Hometown Heroes. Together the duo will be organizing and hosting a six-month charity online poker series coined “Restore the Shore” to kick off on January 4th.

The series will raise money to help rebuild the following towns on the Jersey shore devastated by last years super storm, Hurricane Sandy: Seaside Heights, Toms River/Ortley Beach, Brick, Union Beach, Ocean Gate and Lavallette.

The tournament series will consist of six events, with each raising money for one respective town. The buy-in for each event will be $ 20, with $ 10 going towards the overall prize pool, and then $ 10 being donated directly to Hometown Heroes.

And with no hesitation, Party Poker also agreed to “pay it forward” by committing an additional $ 10 donation to the Hometown Heroes for each member that registers for an event throughout the series.

We at the Inside Scoop say Kudos to the entire Party Poker team on this charitable event. It’s actions like this that will help legitimize the regulated online gambling markets, and form the perception that online gambling companies bring positive things to the markets they enter.

Issues Still Facing the Regulated New Jersey Gambling Market

The first month of regulated online gambling in New Jersey has proven to be a successful one for both players and operators. Sure, there have been glitches and bugs to be worked out, but in a newly created market of over 100,000 players in 30 days, it would be hard to expect absolute perfection.

The two major issues facing both players and operators remain credit card approval rates, as well as geo-location issues in border towns. Geo-location issues should improve however into 2014 as developers and companies such as Loc-aid are constantly working to advance the underlying technology.

Credit card processing on the other hand is more so at the liberty of Visa / MasterCard, as well as the banks servicing these credit cards. As I mentioned in last week’s Inside Scoop, it makes no sense that a player could walk into the Borgata poker room and withdrawal from their Visa debit card to play poker. Yet, if that same player simply wants to play at from the comfort of their own home, they cannot deposit at the companies online cashier.

Steve Ruddock researched the various success rates of New Jersey online poker deposit methods and published it.

Interesting to me was that as of right now only Borgata and Party are accepting Skrill. As the market continues to mature, the popularity of third party e-wallets such as Skrill is going to significantly increase.

Online Poker Report did a great interview with Skrill USA CEO Neil Steinhardt this past week. When asked what the top three things that need to happen to improve payment processing in new Jersey, Steinhardt states the following:

“First, banks need to be educated on this situation. Too many banks do not recognize the emergence of regulated gaming and have a blanket no-gaming policy.

Second, I’m not sure if there is enough liquidity in a small state like NJ, but should a larger state like California legalize online gaming then there would be many more millions of customers looking to make deposits. The banks would take more notice.

Third is time. I think a lot of banks are taking a “wait and see” approach.”

January in New Jersey – A New Year’s to Remember

If online poker players in New Jersey thought that the first month of regulated poker in the Garden State was awesome, they haven’t seen anything yet. Online tournament players in New Jersey are going to find no shortage of guaranteed money and exciting events.

For starters, is kicking off it’s “New Jersey’s Next Millionaire” promotion. In a nutshell, players can qualify online for the main event and final table to be played live at the Borgata where the winner will win a mind blowing $ 1,000,000 first prize. You can get all the event details in this write-up over at NJ Poker Online.

Next up, prior to WSOP satellites starting in February at, the iconic brand has announced they will be hosting a nine event series called the “ New Jersey Online Championships Tournament Series”. Not to be outdone by Party giving away $ 1,000,000, is also guaranteeing $ 1,000,000 in this series. More exciting for players is that the series also includes two separate $ 250,000 freerolls.

You can read more about the 2014 events here.

And finally one of the World Poker Tours most popular televised championship events, The Borgata Winter Open, announced this week that New Jersey players would be able to qualify online in January for this $ 3,000,000 guaranteed event.

You can read the official press release here.

And with all that said, and writing about New Jersey this week, all I want for a Christmas is a plane ticket and to spend the month of January in the Garden State!

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