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Individual states are limited as to the size of their player pools and resulting growth. It will be the combination of online poker sites across state lines that will enable sites to truly expand and create an industry that has the potential to reach its former heights. Though the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) has been quite busy establishing the online gaming framework, issuing licenses, investigating applicants, and preparing for the steps that will lead to the sites’ ability to launch, one poker media entity did ask about multi-state online poker. Will Pennsylvania players be able to join the multi-state Nevada, New Jersey, and Delaware online player pool? @OPRupdate looks into the possibilities. https://t.co/lYQoGF8e3L — Poker Alliance (@ppapoker) September 6, 2018 Online Poker Report took the question about shared online gaming liquidity straight to PGCB Director of Communications Doug Harbach.
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