The impending release date of the shared liquidity on WSOP.com between Delaware, Nevada, and New Jersey resulted in excitement across the markets. May is finally here and WSOP.com coronated the launch with a major online tournament series.
The shared liquidity agreement was announced on October 13 and anticipation has been high since then.
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The shared player pools allow for larger prize pools, increased offering in live games and tournaments, and potential for legislation in other states.
Pennsylvania is expected to be the next state in the pecking order to join in the shared liquidity. The state signed online gaming into regulation in the fall of 2017 and is awaiting a formal date to commence the button clicking.
“It’s a monumental day for online poker in the United States,” WSOP.com Head of Online Poker Bill Rini said. “This is truly a game-changer for players and we hope is the model blueprint for additional states to join the fray.”
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