Can U.S residents still deposit money into pokerstars.com? If so, what online money transfer service still allows this?
PokerStars continues to accept US-based real-money players; read their statement on their website: http://www.pokerstars.com/?source=robert…
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I recall that Neteller is only going to make online casino deposits for US customers until the regulations come out (270 days from when the bill was signed), so you have several months to get your ducks in a row.
Note that you may still be breaking the law. I'm not an attorney here, just a guy tryin' to work the system.
In the future, you may have to establish a foreign address, and then use that to play.
Yes, you can still play at Poker Stars.
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PokerStars is continuing to accept deposits from US online poker players. I personally use NETeller, but you can also use eChecks. I have processed deposits and withdrawals at PokerStars and have had no problems.
I have received a response from PokerStars stating that they will continue to accept US players. Unlike PartyPoker, PokerStars is not a publicly traded company. So, they do not face the penalties that PartyPoker would have received had they continued to accept US players. The new Unlawul Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) deals with financial insititutions, banks and illegal online gambling sites. It does not make it a crime for an individual to play poker online. The US governement has never pursued a person for playing online poker. This new law will not change that.
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