Online poker in New Jersey will go live officially on November 26th, joining Nevada in allowing their residents to play poker. Since 2011, and after the Department of Justice closed the industry, New Jersians have been unabled to enjoy the action of playing poker. Now it's all a matter of making sure the software works the way it should and sites will be available.
Online poker kicks off in New Jersey next month
For now, these sites are only available to people who are located in New Jersey, but as things evolve, this will change same as allowing intrastate gaming. Ten out of the 12 casinos in Atlantic City have teamed up to launch an online poker site, meaning there's lots of poker action to spare.