Jan 28, 2021
On the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast, Jeff Platt and Chad Holloway welcome North Dakota Rep. Jim Kasper to the show to talk about House Concurrent Resolution 3012, which would put a measure to allow the internet game on his state's 2022 general election ballot.
Kasper originally tried to introduce a bill in 2005 during the "Poker Boom," but the Wire Act stood in the way. Now that the Wire Act is no longer a concern, is online poker coming to North Dakota?
In addition, Chad & Jeff recap WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open, offer odds on a summer 2021 WSOP, give updates on both the Negreanu vs. Polk and Kornuth vs. Galfond challenges, and tell you which sponsored pro and WSOP bracelet winner was banned for multi-accounting.
Get those stories and more on the latest episode of the PokerNews Podcast!
00:24 | Welcome to the show – where is Sarah?
01:05 | Teasing guest Rep. Jim Kasper
02:00 | What does the recent Wire Act ruling mean for online poker?
05:25 | WPT Lucky Hearts Poker Open wraps up
08:20 | What’s the future of live tournament poker look like?
10:11 | What are the odds of a WSOP this summer?
13:11 | Daniel Negreanu vs. Doug Polk update
16:00 | Sponsor: GGPoker
17:00 | Chance Kornuth concedes Galfond Challenge
20:10 | Sponsor: Run It Once offering best first-time depositor bonus
21:05 | Guest Rep. Jim Kasper joins show to talk online poker
23:05 | Jim Kasper knows and loves the game of poker
24:18 | 2005 bill that almost brought online poker to North Dakota
29:20 | No longer need to worry about Wire Act
31:00 | How to get an online poker bill passed
32:40 | What can poker players do to help support the bill?
35:34 | Sponsored pro & WSOP bracelet winner banned for multi-accounting
39:50 | YK “LuckySpewy1” Kwon wins 2020 WSOP.com Player of the Year
42:28 | Ryan Hagerty’s heater continues
45:00 | A look at the partypoker WPT Montreal Main Event final table
47:31 | Sponsor: OddsChecker US
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