Two blogs have been updated to provide the latest information on how to gamble legally in the USA. Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 28, 2007 — It Is possible to continue playing poker, or using
Two blogs have been updated to provide the latest information on how to gamble legally in the USA.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 28, 2007 — It Is possible to continue playing poker, or using casinos online, and two blogs have updated to give punters the latest news on how they can play.
Since the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act was passed by Sen. Frist in October 2006 it has been a bleak time for US based online gamblers. At first glance it seemed that the new act would prohibit them from playing any game for money at ANY site.
As players prepared to kiss goodbye to enjoying Blackjack, Slots and Poker for a long time a few companies announced that they would be staying open for US business.
Now all the players had to do was to fund their accounts, as this had become more difficult with the new legislation, especially with the closure of Neteller, who provided the main channel for US players to deposit money into their accounts.
There is so much confusion in the Online Gambling sector now, amongst punters, as they try to find out which rooms still accept US players, and how they can fund their accounts.
Two blogs have been running alongside each other since the UIGEA came into force, which aim to assimilate all the information and present it in a simple and easy way to US based players.
The two blogs can be found at http://uscasinos.blogspot.com (For Casinos) and at http://unitedstatesofpoker.blogspot.com ( For Poker).
Now both blogs have been updated with the latest changes in the industry, and now provide the latest news on how to gamble on in the USA.
They are both similar in design and purpose, with the only difference being the content. US Casinos blog has a list of the best six casinos which still accept US based players, and how you can deposit money at each one ( Each casino has a preferred deposit method) .
United States of Poker blog, does, not surprisingly, the same job for poker sites.
They have a regularly updated list of US accepting poker rooms, plus complete and easy details on how to deposit at each room. Most of these deposit methods will have a US based player ready to play within the hour.
The two blogs have been receiving an increasing number of visitors, as more and more US based players try to continue playing, and blog owner Dave Chance feels this shows a clear message to the country’s lawmakers about the future of online gambling in the country, ” It’s our money that we spend, and the majority of us gamble in a responsible fashion, an d enjoy ourselves.
Surely the high proportion of US based players who want to continue playing should show the government that they made a terrible error in trying to ban Online poker and casinos.”