ALBANY — Those anticipating that New York will legalize online poker this year shouldn’t gamble on it.
Though the Senate recently upheld the bill, Assembly Democrats, who discussed the issue behind sealed doors last week, are not approaching to take it up before the legislative session’s scheduled finish Wednesday.
“There was some opposition; we’ll collect it up next year some-more than likely,” pronounced check unite Assemblyman Gary Pretlow (D-Westchester County).
The check would concede New Yorkers to play such poker games as Texas Hold ’em online. Looking to residence concerns about the impact permitting online poker would have on the state’s casinos, the check was nice to safeguard they got a share of the increase by having them run out of the determined casinos and racetrack virtual casinos.
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