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Home : Poker News : Poker In New Jersey: Rooms Rake $4M In August Poker In New Jersey: Rooms Rake $4M In August Live Poker Flat; Online Poker Down Last Month by Brian Pempus |Published: Sep online gambling 17, 2018| The market for poker in New Jersey was worth just over $4 million last month, according to state figures made public last week. According to the New Jersey Division of Gaming, Atlantic Citys six live poker rooms raked $2.23 million in August, virtually unchanged from a year ago. The three internet poker operators generated $1.81 million last month, off 12.8 percent from $2.08 million the previous August. Through August, the Garden States online poker market was $14.8 million, down 11.2 percent from $16.67 million during the same period in 2017. Heres a look at operator by poker revenue in August: Caesars Interactive Entertainment (WSOP): $725,000 Resorts Digital Gaming (PokerStars): $650,000 Ocean Resort Casino AC (formerly Revel): $105,000 Thanks in part to sports betting ($9.1 million in statewide winnings), Atlantic Citys gaming win of $303.9 million last month was up a whopping 24 percent compared to the $244.8 million the casinos won from gamblers the same month in 2017.
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PokerStars Wants You To Play Online Poker In Virtual Reality Your next game of Hold Em could be on a yacht in Monte Carlo. PokerStars, easily the most recognizable name in online poker, is upping the ante today by announcing an entirely new virtual reality platform where youll be able to scratch your online poker itch. In closed-beta now and due out later this year, the PokerStars VR platform will offer up a more authentic poker experience for online players, one where youll actually be able to see and interact with your fellow players , see their ticks and tells and study their habits. The VR platform will also let you customize your own in-game avatar and, like at an actual table, handle your cards and your chips. This is a far cry from the button press poker on the regular PokerStars platform, one where laying down a full house to win a big pot will be a more realistic experience. Of course, the scenery might be as important for some players as the cards in front of them. PokerStars has several exotic locales to choose from as the backdrop for your online gambling, from the deck of a yacht in the Monte Carlo harbor to a skydeck overlooking Macau . We certainly dont mind the change of scenery, since online poker from your couch doesnt have quite the same appeal as a multi-million dollar casino floor. Initially, PokerStars VR will be a free-to-play experience, similar to Fortnite , where simply signing up will load you with chips and let you get a taste of the thrill of going all in. We expect that to quickly change to a full blown high-stakes games once PokerStars is confident the system is locked-down secure and they get whatever necessary approvals they need. We cant wait to take Vegas home when PokerStars VR launches and are eager to finally see them expand to that virtual craps table weve always wanted. Fingers crossed.
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