The California state horse racing might attract US$ 60 million yearly through lawmaking that would allow Internet poker as well as compensate racing for the loss of scoop online gambling.
At present, horse racing is the only type of legal online gaming in the state that would alter with the development of legitimated Internet poker. The US$ 60 million would be broken initially between horsemen and racetracks, in the form of purses.
An update on the statute law was part of an hour-long demonstration of racing effects acquitted at Los Alamitos later on Saturday by Nick Coukos, the Thoroughbred Owners of California president. Other things talked before a little bunch trainers and owners included off-track stabling, the distro of profit from account betting, the development of little-satellites in Southern California, and purse profit from Santa Anita.
The Internet poker legislation would let Internet poker permissions to be handed in the state, and orders that raceways must get recompense of approximately US$ 60 million each year from license bearers.