It seems you just have to be in state to use it, not a resident.
But I wonder, has anyone actually been on there?
That cant be true, they have to have a different way. or VPN would work, I would love to be proven wrong. I heard they somehow ping your cell but that might be BSQuote: GWAE
I believe that is how new jerseys works as well. As long as your IP puts you in the state then it will let you play.
That cant be true, they have to have a different way. or VPN would work, I would love to be proven wrong. I heard they somehow ping your cell but that might be BS
I don't know the ins and outs of the NJ software but there are ads that say play in your room while visiting the casino. I would assume they are targeting people visiting since locals wouldn't stay. I should have tried it while I was there but I didn't bring my laptop.
From what I read it says you have to have a computer with internet connection. Of course a VPN would work.
you also need a cell phone that accepts text messaging. They can check where you are based on what cell phone tower your phone is using. Now, if you are close to the border and your phone is using a tower in the next state you are SOL.
For poker I doubt it, since of course it requires playing with others. If you are jonesing to play virtual roulette or bingo or somesuch in your bathrobe, you are allowed to do it as long as the geolocation technology identifies you as being physically within the State at the time. But since they've recently reported revenue of zero dollars for the operators for the first fiscal year after the State took their cut, I'd be surprised if you found you could get a poker game.Quote: UTHfan
yeah, but has anyone had the chance to play there.
I wonder if the black jack rules are better than what I can get at Harringtons.