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About Us

Pennsylvania Poker News is a media outlet following the latest poker developments in the Keystone State. We are a committed professional news service which focuses on reporting on all business, tournament and legal developments that are taking places within the state of Pennsylvania.

Our journalists understand that Pennsylvania is part of a growing movement for the full-scale legalization of poker across the United States, and therefore our reporting is always conducted to reflect this changing legal context.

We are able to track changes in the legal landscape and help our readers understand better what key industry personalities think. With rapid changes around the United States now taking place, and even in Pennsylvania, which is only now expanding into online poker, we are aware that the information we post must be accurate, prompt and up to the highest standards of journalism.

Therefore, we employ specialists who understand the local industry well and are willing to provide readers with coverage that betters their understanding of the current regulatory changes and important business decision.

Pennsylvania Poker News makes sure that the voice of local communities is heard as much as the opinions of lawmakers and business owners. At Pennsylvania Poker News, we carefully study the changes in public opinion, legal challenges, financial performance and benefits for the state to provide you with a one-stop reporting source for all that is happening in the world of poker in Pennsylvania. From expansions to important tournaments, Pennsylvania Poker News is always present to guarantee adequate and reliable reporting of events.

Pennsylvania Poker News LLC

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Phone: (+1) 484-776-3954
POC: Spencer Harwood

Story Submissions and Careers
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Phone: (+1) 484-776-3954
POC: Sandra Mullen

Technical Support
support@pennsylvaniapoker.com
POC: Andy Chen

Our Editors

Meet the team behind your lastest Pennsylvania Poker News as well as well as what is happening in the poker industry as a whole.

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Spencer Harwood

With a flair for writing and editing, Spencer brings a lot to the table. He’s committed to helping us streamline our editorial policy and enforcing the highest ethical standards of reporting. Serving as an inspiration for the rest of the staff, Spencer presently operates remotely from India, but he’s always our man on the job when it comes to improving the overall content strategy.

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Sandra Mullen

Poker is taking a new direction and technologies are dominating the scene. This is where Sandra comes in. With her love and passion for technology, Sandra loves to talk about software and the gadgets that are used to make the poker experience a treat. Pennsylvania’s changing poker landscape is another favorite pastime of hers.

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Simon Deloit

With a decade of experience, Simon knows how to write about poker. He provides interesting pieces written with confidence and deep understanding, which are easy to assimilate by an advanced player or a novice alike. Simon manages to advice PennsylvaniaPoker News on all matters that directly relate to the PA local poker scene.

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Dominica Naye

Dominica is a person who also loves writing and new technologies. Poker is important to her, as it demands the same amount of analytical thinking she puts in her research dedicated to diverse subjects. A true journalist, Dominica is offering us a different outlook on the entire poker industry in Pennsylvania and we are happy to have her with us at such an important moment.

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Darcy Lancelot

Darcy has probably read every biography about the best poker players in the world. Her love for reading and approach to everything from a cultural point of view makes her a very interesting addition to our team. She’s presently in Italy from where she offers a slightly different and almost outsider’s read of the PA poker industry.

Latest Headlines

PokerStars’ PACOOP Kicks Off on September 19 with $1.5M GTD

Pennsylvania has only one online card room, but this hasn’t hurt players’ ability to access some fantastic promotions. The upcoming Pennsylvania Championship Online Poker due to kick off on September 19, 2020, this statement rings ever truer. PACOOP, as the series are known for short, will feature 50 events and a solid $1.5 million in […]

Live Poker Returns at SAHARA Las Vegas Every Weekend

Live poker is back in some capacity and if not in Pennsylvania, then at least in Las Vegas with the SAHARA Las Vegas Poker Room hosting No-Limit Hold’em Tournaments that will now run every Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. While the Keystone State has to wait a while longer before live tournaments are reinstated, […]

PokerStars Drop the News: PACOOP Is Coming Back on September 19

PokerStars, the only provider of online poker games in Pennsylvania, has announced a second Championship of Online Poker in the Keystone State. The guaranteed prize pool is expected to reach $2 million and further details are to be released soon, ahead of the September 19 start date. Pennsylvania Will Get a Second PACOOP Starting on […]

Pennsylvania’s Card Rooms Still Shut Down amid Pandemic

Pennsylvania’s card rooms remain shuttered since mid-March while casinos have restarted business Doug Harbach from the PGCB has said that any casino looking to reopen their card room would have to come up with an action plan Card rooms generated mere $37 million over the fiscal 2019/2020 compared to $583 million for table games It […]

Pennsylvania’s Poker Takes a Tumble, Other Verticals Grow

Pennsylvania’s gaming regulator has cleared its brick-and-mortar casino industry for restart in June, but it took a while for patrons to return. One thing that kept going, though, has been online gaming, and specifically the Keystone State’s decision to allow casino properties to expand into iGaming. Online wagering on casino-style games was up in July, […]