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Go Time for New Jersey Gambling! APCW Perspectives Weekly 18 November, 2013

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    Nov 20, 2013
  1. BingoT

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    Go Time for New Jersey Gambling! APCW Perspectives Weekly 18 November, 2013

    Here comes New Jersey online gambling. It will become the third state in the U.S. to have real money online games, and there is already talk of becoming an industry "hub" which crosses state borders!

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  3. funnymunny

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    “Meanwhile industry insiders and gaming publications, including eGaming Review North America, are reporting that Lesniak will introduce a bill that will allow New Jersey gambling operators to offer online wagering to international markets, including Gilbraltar and the Isle of Man, which are strongholds in the online gambling industry...

    ...State Sen. Jim Whelan, D-Atlantic, also reacted to Adelson’s campaign to ban Internet gambling, predicting that it will ultimately fail. Whelan said he believes Internet gambling will spread throughout the country and that New Jersey should capitalize on it by entering into agreements with other states for online bets."


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