Advice Is Available For States Considering Offering Online Poker

Andrew | United Kingdom | Monday May 26th 2014, 08:44 | 0 Comment

Legal Gaming in the United States

While the number of states where online poker is legal in the US is still at a small level, there is a lot to be said for setting up the opportunity or more states to provide online poker and gaming. There is definitely a clamour for the regulations to be rolled out across a number of states and this is something that should be given serious consideration.

It seems as though legislators from states that already offer online gaming are being asked to provide the platform to help new gaming states create the legislation that legalises gambling. This is an opinion that isn’t entirely accepted and welcomed but a report that comes from the National Council of Legislators from the Gaming States (link) may save a great deal of time, stress and cost to other states. There are plenty of people in the US who not only want online gaming blocked from other states, they also want it removed from the states that do provide the service.

However, the group, which is based around in the upstate New York area has created the framework for legislature to take on board as they weigh up whether they should bring poker and online gaming to their state. This means that the success, failures and issues found by officials in states such as Delaware, New Jersey and Nevada will be provided to help others make the right decision. The group says that they have not taken a positive or negative stance against online gaming; they have looked to provide the facts as the legislation unfolded.

As much information as possible is crucial

The people behind Full Flush Poker may have preferred the report to have shown a positive stance towards online poker but anything which promotes a healthy level of debate has to be seen as a positive thing.

The guidelines will stress a number of important factors such as player protection, promoting technology to know who players are and who they are, a focus on keeping children out of poker rooms and the importance of thoroughly investigating firms who may look to obtain a licence. While these issues may seem like common sense with respect to online gaming, it is helpful to have a collection of information pulled together in such a manner. With so many things to think of, it can be all too easy to overlook or forget something so the work of the group should be an important boost for many states pondering the nature of online poker and casino play.

No matter what people say, there will be some folk that are so opposed to online poker that they’ll never accept it. Guides like this won’t be able to change people’s opinions but it will provide information to people who want to make sure they make the best decision for their state.

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