Fall in I-Poker revenue

In the month of November, internet gaming revenue in New Jersey was $8.7 million, as per state gaming regulators. Revenue collected from online poker was $1,877,603 – a small number since the Garden State launched Online gambling with real-money in November 2013. In October revenue collected from online poker was $1,967,904, part of overall internet gaming revenue that amounted to $9.48 million.

There has been a rise in the percentage of internet gaming accounts that have been created by 5.7 per cent. In November 2014, the number of accounts created was 506,172 as against October 2014 which was 479,073.

Ultimate Gaming withdrew from the Online gaming market in addition to ending its agreement with Trump Taj Mahal Associates after they filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Trump Taj Mahal shutdown its operations of the Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino. Three other Casino properties shut its operations in 2014 in New Jersey. Ultimate Gaming however continues to offer online Poker in Nevada. Read more “Fall in I-Poker revenue”

Erica Schoenberg Resume Bolsters the Poker Feminism Sisterhood

Few women have elicited the haughty wins that are demonstrated by women in the US poker scenes. Nevertheless, there are a few women who have cemented the American feminist poker sisterhood by clinching top prizes and earning mouth-watering figures. One of these women is Erica Schoenberg who has played widely in the globally-organized poker games with impeccable performance.

She has not disappointed her country when she has shown up in high-profile events but has outshone competitors. Though a frequent player at live tournaments, she is also a player on the online poker events where she performs incredibly well. Weighing her string of winnings alongside earnings, her adventure in poker has spawned far-reaching rewards for her career.

Schoenberg emerged 16th in the WSOP $25,000 Championships NL Texas hold’em and 3rd in the 2007 WSOP $1,500 NLHE. She also featured in the Season IV World Poker Tour Ladies Night tournament. On the same year, she threw her hat in the $2,500 NLHE Mandalay Bay Poker Championships where she clinched $105,875. She has also played in the Full Tilt Poker where she has scored excellently with her earnings heightening imperceptibly. Owing to the stormy arenas she has ventured to lock horns with superlative players, her name cannot be expunged from the list of first-class poker women players in the US. Her incessant winnings are exemplary for novice players who have ventured into the murky waters of gambling and left without bruises.

As of 2014, Schoenberg her overall live tournaments earnings were beyond $870,000. As she is incessant in the game, one cannot underestimate her if she ventures into play at high-profile. However, she should plunge into the WSOP, WPT or EPT for a sizeable jackpot. She is among the women who deserve the fete for outstanding performance at stormy poker competitions.