Jacksonville Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 25, 2006
With thousands of online poker sites closing down last week speculation has risen on whether online poker will be legalized in coming years. Party Poker's Mitch Garber reportedly said online poker could be legalized in 3 years depending on political power. All the latest news breaks about online poker sites impacting USA players is being reported at http://www.compatiblepoker.com/usa.php.
One more change that is still up in the air is about the 2007 World Series of Poker. Harrahs has reportedly said that they will probably not allow 3rd party registrants into the main event. That would mean online qualifiers would be out, or would they?
Players believe that there will always be ways around the changes which have taken place. Many of the poker sites which have remained open to the USA are expected to have WSOP qualifiers but instead of earning the ticket, players will earn cash to use towards the buy-in fee.
In a special report done by the USA online poker page (http://www.compatiblepoker.com/usa.php) the deposit methods of funding US players accounts was addressed. Currently most ewallet providers are saying it's business as usual. Many expect places like Neteller and other publicly traded ewallet providers to close down to US gamblers. Players are suggesting that Western Union will be used in large majority to fund US players accounts.
The poker sites which have stayed open are causing anger from the poker rooms which complied with US laws and closed immediately. Mitch Garber of Partygaming called their rivals which stayed open Black Market poker rooms.
PokerRoom.com was also addressed in a special report at the USA poker page. The US players have been told to cashout and leave PokerRoom.com. Before yesterday it was up in the air as to when the US players would have to leave.
More updates and reports are expected for United States online poker players at http://www.compatiblepoker.com/usa.php. Reports are done every 6 hours or when breaking news hits. Poker sites still accepting US players are also listed.
CompatiblePoker (USA Online Poker News)