The poker industry is bracing for a massive regulatory clampdown to be imposed across the country on April 1.
The new regulations, which include a ban on cash-on-hand gaming and a cap on online betting, are expected to affect millions of people across the US, including players in online poker rooms.
The ban on online poker will affect many people who are looking to make a profit.
But the industry has already announced its support for the rules, which are already causing headaches for online poker operators who are scrambling to comply with the new rules.
Many poker rooms have already begun preparing for the new regulations.
But a large portion of the industry’s biggest players are already concerned that they won’t be able to continue to make their profits from the industry.
The stakes have been raised in recent weeks, with online poker room operators facing a massive hit if they cannot comply with new state and federal regulations.
The online poker industry has seen a massive boom in the last year, with the number of players in the industry up from 4.8 million at the end of March to more than 13 million players at the beginning of April.
It has also seen the rise of a number of online gaming sites, including PokerStars, LiveLeak, and the new sites like BetOnline.
These sites have grown to become one of the largest gambling sites in the world.
The number of live poker rooms has more than doubled in the past year, according to the National Poker Association (NPPA), with over $30 million in revenue.
But online poker is still a small portion of what makes up the industry, according the NPA, and players often have to rely on their friends or relatives to gamble.
Poker is a game of skill and luck, and that has meant that many people have opted to play on a smaller scale, and those players have largely been able to stay afloat by playing online.
However, a new law introduced last week could mean that these smaller scale players could lose the ability to gamble at all, or they could face massive fines and even criminal charges.
One of the new federal regulations will require poker operators to comply by January 2018 with a “compliance date” that could mean being forced to shut down their operations or have their operations shut down entirely.
The National Poker Players Association (NPPPA) and other poker players have long argued that the new rule would severely harm the gaming industry.
According to the NPPPA, the new regulation could see the loss of thousands of jobs.
Poker players have been struggling to find jobs, and many are struggling to get through the financial crisis, which has left many struggling to make ends meet.
In a statement to Breitbart News, a representative for PokerStars said: “PokerStars welcomes this regulation that is designed to ensure that all players who are legally allowed to play online can play, including those who are not permitted to play by state or federal law.”
LiveLeek, another major online poker site, said that it is “actively looking to comply” with the regulation, which would “effectively end the viability of our business and all of our players”.
The new regulation is expected to be implemented in just three days, and will be implemented across the states of California, New York, Texas, Florida, and Maryland.
However it will be up to the states whether they want to take immediate action or wait until April 1 to implement the new state regulation.
New York is the first state to officially sign off on the regulation.
According the New York Department of Financial Services, the New Jersey Department of Taxation and Finance will take up the regulation on March 8, and Washington, D.C. is expected on April 2.
The New York state Department of Banking, Real Estate, and Finance is also expected to take up this regulation, and could potentially have it implemented by May 1.
This regulation comes just a few days after the state of Florida, which was already one of only four states that did not have a regulated online poker system, was forced to impose a similar regulation.
This was the result of a legal challenge filed by a group of players who argued that online poker was too risky.
The lawsuit claimed that a $1,000 deposit on an online poker account was too high.
The case was settled out of court on April 5.
However online poker has now been forced to close down entirely across the state, with a few local poker rooms continuing to operate.
Some of these online poker players are trying to get their money back and continue to play poker, but others are not.
The industry has also been hit by a huge surge in player turnover, which is what is keeping many players from gambling, or making a profit from their games.
The biggest players have already faced significant losses, with players like Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and several celebrities, including David Beckham, Donald Trump, and Taylor Swift all having lost significant amounts of money from their online poker accounts in recent months.
One player who was the first to lose all of his money online, and