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Here you find the latest online poker news, for both US as well as European focused news about online poker rooms, gambling and poker legislation, and the latest promotions.

Win a Share of €100K in Bet365 Poker´s Merry Missions

Bet365 Poker is hosting an excellent Christmas-themed promotion in which players have to complete daily and weekly missions to win a share of €100,000.

U.S. Full Tilt Players Approved for Another $4.3 Million

The Full Tilt Poker remission process continues to chug along – slowly, but surely – with another round of payments totaling $4.3 million on the way.

Two iGaming Bills Introduced in Pennsylvania Ahead of Online Gambling Hearing

Pennsylvania legislators are preparing to make concerted push to legalize online poker, and possibly casino-style gambling, in 2015.

WSOP 2015 Schedule, Highlighted by First Ever Online Bracelet Event

This year’s WSOP will feature 68 events, including a slew of new tournaments and the inclusion of an online-only bracelet event at in Nevada.

Delaware iGaming Revenue Dips in December

Delaware’s iGaming industry is not enjoying the same seasonal surge experienced by the greater online gambling industry.

Big Changes on Tap for New Jersey’s iPoker Industry

From new promotional events to changes in how payments are processed, 2015 promises to be a better year for NJ’s nascent online poker industry.

Amaya Coalition to Hold Talks with California Assemblyman

The future of California’s online poker legislation will be the subject of scheduled meetings between Assemblyman Mike Gallo and representatives of the Amaya coalition.

Amaya Gaming Investigated by Canadian Securities Regulators

The spike in Amaya Gaming’s stock price prior to its acquisition of the Rational Group is the subject of a new investigation by the AMF.

Assemblyman Introduces New Bill to Legalize Online Poker in California for 2015

AB 9, The Internet Poker Consumer Protection Act of 2015 marks California’s latest effort to legalize online poker.

PokerStars World Cup of Poker X Resigned to the Play Money Tables

This year’s World Cup of Poker national champion will receive no monetary rewards. Are New Jersey politics to blame?