Live Online Poker Arrives In Atlantic City New Jersey

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Jan/16/2018

It is now official that you can play live poker from an Atlantic City casino. It is a hard work that is turning successful.  Golden Nugget in Atlantic City is giving punters a chance to enjoy online poker. The facility is one out of five that offer real money gambling. For a long time, Golden Nugget is working on ways to bring Texas Hold’em to the people. What is costing the casino lots of money to put up is finally out. 

The Live Casino Hold’em is different from traditional Hold’em. This type of online live poker has a dealer. The dealer is inside a studio in Atlantic City. Operating a live dealer online is not a new introduction. But with this format for Texas Hold’em, it is a completely new thing in New Jersey. In effect, it is the first one in the whole of the United States of America. Although this is good news in the gambling market, it is not a good thing to all players. This new introduction to the casino online poker will benefit a few. For now, this program will only support players living within Garden State’s borders. Nobody is sure if anything will be done soon. But if there is anything that will take place, it will help many punters. Only three states have an online casino betting style in the U.S.       

The rest of the states are struggling to come up with casino bills. If this will bring change in 2018 is a wish. Upon launching the Live Casino Hold’em, Golden Nugget management is happy. The casino goes on the record as the first to introduce such a project in the U.S. “We are the first to offer a Live Dealer version of the world’s most popular poker game in America. By doing this, we’re showing our commitment to deliver. We want to offer an innovative and world-class product to our patrons,” Thomas Winter.

Mr. Winter is Golden Nugget’s senior vice president and general manager of online gaming. Winter is happy that his employer is working hard towards delivering. The mission of the casino is to provide innovative products. This new version of online live poker is house-banked. It does not work like other traditional online poker games. In conventional real money poker tournaments, players compete against each other. During the competition, the house takes a rake. Also, this is where you will see the difference.

The sad thing is you'll not find the traditional version of website poker in Golden Nugget’s site. The site boasts itself on top of others in the whole Atlantic City. Well, to confirm this, Golden Nugget tops other online websites in Atlantic City. Above all,  this is when you look at the site's revenue collection. Players who live within the borders of Atlantic City have a lot of time to enjoy the game. According to GN’s website, the games will be live daily.  You only need to observe time, which is 3:00 PM to 3:00 AM daily. So, waste no time. Visit this Atlantic City Casino and enjoy Live Casino Poker.

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