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Foxwoods, owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation in Connecticut, is figuring out how to make gambling, dining and other attractions safe. Swapping decks of cards every few hours is one option.Poker is a card game that uses the traditional 52 playing card deck.Due to COVID-19, D.C. Lottery Delays Launch of Sports Betting Indefinitely SBC Digital Summit: Look For Online Gambling Expansion Post-COVID-19 Michigan Fast-Tracks Mobile Sports Betting in Effort to Generate Revenue Tennessee Approves Controversial Sports Betting Rules Illinois Governor Okays Mobile Sports Betting Without In-Person Registration.
Poker sidelined and cricket career back on track, Gurney joined Notts for the 2012 season and was playing for England two years later. All of his 10 one-day international and two T20 caps came in.Read More
Find out where to get tested for coronavirus (COVID-19). Changes to stage 3 restrictions. A one person per four square metre rule will replace the 100-person limit on indoor gatherings in Stage 3 of the National CovidSafe Framework. Australia is on track to reach stage three in July. States and territories will decide when to implement the changes. New government grants to boost residential.Read More
The London billionaire brothers Richard and Ian Livingstone today emerged as some of the biggest financial winners from the coronavirus crisis as their stake in a little-known online gambling firm.Read More
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In the latest edition of the PokerNews Podcast, Sarah Herring, Jeff Platt, and Chad Holloway break down the latest poker industry news, including the World Series of Poker's 85 online bracelet events, poker room reopenings, and recent online tournament results. They also welcome guest Phil Hellmuth, the 15-time gold bracelet winner who offers his thoughts on the WSOP online bracelet events.Read More
A new study points to a disturbingly simple explanation for some of the havoc wrought by COVID-19 in Canada’s nursing homes: keeping residents in ward-like shared accommodation can be lethal.Read More
In response to COVID-19 and the migration to online classes, Bloomsbury is offering extended access to Drama Online for U3A. Created as a research tool for drama and literature students, professors, and teachers, Drama Online is home to playtexts, video, audio plans, and scholarly books to offer a multimedia experience of theatre. U3A members can access this for free until 15 June to watch.Read More
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How poker adapts to COVID-19 is a trivial concern in the grand scheme of things. However, the coronavirus has been as disruptive to live poker as Black Friday was for online poker. More than anything I hope the industry learns from this and all of us put more emphasis on avoiding the spread of the disease when live poker gets back on its feet.Read More