• Last of the big offshore poker rooms leaves NJ0

    June 20, 2014 UPDATE: Bovada has also decided to leave the two other regulated U.S. markets, Nevada and Delaware. Players in these two states will no longer be able to create new accounts on the Bovada website. Current customers in the three states are still able to play but are now unable to make new

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  • Alliance Sportsbook Closure Update3

    UPDATE 2.11:We have been in contact with Alliance Sportsbook on a weekly basis. They are in the process of working on deals for all players and are currently trying to find the best resolution possible for players, whether it be waiting for a payout or being placed at another sportsbook. So far we have heard of

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  • OSGA Announces Winner of 2013 College Football Pick ‘Em Contest1

    The Off Shore Gaming Association (OSGA) is pleased to announce the winners of our first ever College Football Pick ‘Em Contest. The 2013 OSGA College Football Pick ‘Em winner is ‘Husker POWER’ who beat out over 130 contestants to win the grand prize of $500 cash. The OSGA sponsors several football contests that run for

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  • What Games will YOU be Playing when NJ Starts Online Gambling?0

    USGAMINGSURVEY.com needs your opinions!   This survey can ensure that you get what you want out of online gambling in New Jersey. In two weeks games will begin in New Jersey online for the first time and your 2 cents can make a difference in how many sit & go games you get to see,

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  • Is Betfair being blocked from entering New Jersey Online Gambling Market?0

    When the Rational Group attempted to purchase the Atlantic Club Casino in an effort to enter the New Jersey poker market several casinos as well as trade groups including the American Gaming Association cried foul, arguing that no company that catered to the U.S. market after the passing of the UIGEA should be allowed to

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  • The Hard Core Reality of Bad Beats0

    For those unlucky souls who wagered on the Denver Broncos last Sunday afternoon, you have my sympathies.  For those even unluckier bettors who never slept Saturday night after risking their dough on the Northwestern Wildcats against Ohio State, you have my even deeper condolences.  But if you’re going to live in the sports wagering world,

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