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Can I Access PokerStars From Nebraska?

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Published on:
Jun/14/2019

You can access PokerStars from Nebraska but cannot play there for real money.  Othere online poker sites like Americas Cardroom do welcome those from Nebraska.


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In terms of physical poker rooms, these do not exist in the state, however, there is plenty of activity in neighboring states including the Dakotas and Iowa.

Well, we shouldn't say there are no poker rooms in Nebraska.  There is actually one.  The Rosebud Casino in Valentine, with its 3 tables.

Have no fear, AmericasCardroom regularly features its VENOM $5 million guaranteed tournaments online.  These can be played online from Nebraska.

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