This is a discussion on New Jersey Poker Revenue Falls within the online poker forums, in the Poker News section; Liquidity Sharing Comes at Perfect Time as New Jersey Poker Revenue Falls
During 2017ís accounting period, internet peer-to-peer earnings in poker, topped $1,968,377. In 2018, the
I think the liquidity will help turn things around for them.
22nd May 2018, 6:37 PM
Shady Slim 
re: Poker & New Jersey Poker Revenue Falls
The live casinos also experienced a 8.8% drop in revenue during that period as well. Maybe New Jersey is losing some of its charm and players are looking elsewhere for poker?
It also worthy to note that while poker is on a down slope, other forms of gambling has actually increased -- casinos had 1.3%, while online jumped by 10.6% (more than offsetting the poker losses).
22nd May 2018, 7:57 PM
I have been to casinos lately and not a lot of play is going on anymore. easy to get on the tables no waiting period really. but I heard from my cousin who works part time at a casino and he said live poker has died down. but he told me online has increased . I don't know the percentages but it must be bad in the casinos now.