There are simply no merits to a federal online gambling ban, which would result in job loss, tax hikes, and the proliferation of illicit gambling sites.
There doesn't appear to be any stopping the train that is the NJ online gambling industry, which generated a record breaking $21.75 million in March.
Once again, PokerStars NJ has proven able to attract tournament grinders to its special events. Last weekend's Big Sunday was the latest example.
The latest iteration of the Garden State Super Series from Borgata and PartyPoker had a sad opening chapter, but the ending was ultimately a happy one.
It's still early, but so far so good for New York's commercial casino industry, which posted impressive numbers for slot and poker revenue.
February's short length apparently wasn't a strong enough force to prevent the NJ online gambling industry from breaking more revenue records.
Hard Rock will likely couple the launch of its Atlantic City casino with an online casino rollout, but will it really be able to compete in New Jersey?
Lately, PokerStars has tailored its promotions less around casual players and more toward dedicated grinders. Cash Game Quests is the latest example.
The NJ online gambling industry set another monthly revenue record in January, but it wasn't the industry's likely suspects leading the charge.
PA is wasting little time pushing ahead with online gambling legislation this session, which makes sense given the economic opportunity iGaming presents.