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Poker players in upstate New York have more choices of where to play, with four commercial casinos opening since late 2016 to join four tribal casinos offering live games. Legal poker rooms and full-fledged casino gaming haven’t cracked the New York City metro market yet, but players looking for a Hold’em or Omaha game have a variety of options elsewhere in the state.
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New York is the latest state to do so and is likely to be one of the next states to bring legal online poker to its citizens. Is Online Poker Legal in New York in 2015? No, online poker is not presently legal in New York. New York currently considers online poker as illegal gambling. In addition, under the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA), banks are prohibited from processing.
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Latest New York Online Poker and Gambling Developments. In 2016, New York took a major step forward as by State Senator John Bonacic in the Senate and Assemblyman J. Gary Pretlow in the House of Representatives sponsored an online poker bill. The bill sought legal and regulated online poker only, without online casino games like in New Jersey.