CardPlayer.comIndia's Supreme Court Mulling Online Poker
India, a country with more than 1.25 billion people, is currently taking a look at the legality of online poker for real money. According to financialexpress.com, on Wednesday, the Indian Supreme Court continued to hear arguments about whether the ...
- Indian Supreme Court to Rule on Legality of Rummy and Poker
Poker and rummy operators, together with millions of players in India, are anxiously awaiting a country's Supreme Court ruling that could determine the legality of both games. The Supreme Court judges in India are expected to issue a ruling on a case ...
GroundReportOnline Rummy And Online Poker Remains Legally Risky In India
Online Rummy And Online Poker Remains Legally Risky In India Rummy and poker entrepreneurs in India have high hopes from the litigation that is pending before the Supreme Court of India. They believe that the outcome of such litigation may help them in ...
- This Poker-Funded Startup Is Revolutionizing The Flower Industry
David Daneshgar, a world-famous poker player, was attending the University of Chicago's business school when Farbod Shoraka, a friend from Daneshgar's undergrad years at Berkeley, reached out to him. Shoraka's aunt was a florist in Irvine, California, ...
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Zee NewsMonsoon Adventure: Gambling and Poker Trips
If Goa is the casino capital of India, then Bangalore is the poker room capital–with plenty of them having mushroomed since the Karnataka High Court ruled in favour of Suresh Nathuvad of the Indian Poker Association (IPA), differentiating poker from ...