Updated In July, 2016 - Online poker is no longer a taboo subject in the USA. Last year several U.S. states opened up their own legal online poker sites. This is good news in general but unless you live in one of those states it doesn't impact you at all. In fact, most poker players from the states of Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey have chosen to avoid these state-backed legal poker rooms and continue playing at the best US poker sites in 2014; Bovada Poker, Betonline Poker and ACR Poker. These three US poker rooms accept players from all 50 U.S. states, pay insanely fast and even the smallest of the three has more traffic than all of the legal USA poker rooms combined. USAPokerSites2014.com features reviews of the best online poker sites for USA players in 2014.This web site may become obsolete once we hit 2015 but the idea behind it is to offer accurate and up to date information about U.S. poker rooms in 2014 and only 2014. Other poker portals have reviews that have not been updated and corrected for several years. At the very least you will know that the information found here is valid in 2014. This can be important when it comes to bonuses at US poker sites in 2014. We also devote a lot of effort into providing overviews of the American friendly deposit options, payout methods and how long cashouts take. Many of our visitors end up here after searching for how long payouts take at Bovada Poker in 2014.
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The US poker rooms in 2014 that draw the most traffic are the rooms that pay US citizens quickly. I am an American and I play online poker on a daily basis. I have found that there are just three online poker rooms for U.S. players in 2014 that are worth playing at. These rooms have been listed below. The payouts at these rooms take 12-48 hours for Western Union or Moneygram. Check payouts are delivered in 5-7 days. These U.S. poker sites are home to most of the American who play online poker. You may notice that two US poker networks (Merge & Revolution) are not represented here. They have both lost 50-75% of their traffic in the last year because they take 2-4 months to process a check cashout. The rooms below have benefitted greatly from this huge exodus of American players. Special bonuses are available at these legal US poker rooms in 2014 when you use the links below to visit the poker site. Being the three fastest paying US poker sites in 2014 has caused a huge increase in traffic and this in turn has enabled these three poker companies to improve their products, thus attracting even more players.
The 2014 US poker room reviews below each include a special bonus package. Each review will include an overview of the cash game traffic, bonuses, promotions, competition and banking speeds and methods. Bonus codes are not required at any of these US online poker sites in 2014. The links to the poker room websites have the bonuses and extra incentives coded into them. This saves time and removes the risk of making a mistake and missing out on the exclusive bonus offer. My only concern is that if you have visited any of the poker room web sites in the last couple of months you may want to clear your history/cookies. Here are review of the top poker rooms for US players.
Playing poker online for money is a common past-time in 2014. Americans have come a long way from the technically illegal poker in the past to the current regulated Internet poker industry. USA poker sites in 2014 include some of the biggest gambling companies in the world. Online poker in the USA changed in 2013. Nevada was the first state to setup a legal Internet poker room. There were many other operational US poker rooms but all of the rest operated outside of the law. Quite a few states in the USA are hoping to open their own poker rooms online. USA online poker rooms in 2014 like Bovada Poker are doing very well. I didn't think that they would be able to compete with rooms like Pokerstars once poker became legal in the United States of America. Some poker sites have fallen though. Lock Poker and Carbon Poker once enjoyed the lion's share of online poker players from the USA but legalization killed them. There are few reasons to play at those rooms or on their poker networks when there are bigger and better USA poker sites online in 2014.
Bovada Poker is still a big U.S.A friendly poker site in 2014. Other survivors include the U.S. poker site at the Betonline sportsbook. Americas Cardroom is another poker company doing well in 2014. The main benefit to legal online poker for US players has to be banking. We no longer have to use expensive deposit and payout methods like money transfer services. Credit and debit card deposits are still common but e-wallets like Paypal can now be used to fund poker accounts. Withdrawals are also much better now that Internet poker is legal in America. Some rooms were taking up to 5 months to pay U.S. players.
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Several American states have legal online poker rooms running. Nevada was the first and they have two different poker rooms: Ultimate Poker, Borgata Poker, NJ.PartyPoker.com and WSOP Poker. All have been disappointing. Delaware also opened a legal Internet poker web site and they use the 888 platform but the traffic is mediocre at best. New Jersey teamed up with Party Poker and now Americans can finally play at the once dominant room in the online poker business. Only residents of New Jersey can go to the special part of the Party Poker web site and play for real money. The Borgata has also launched a new US poker room in 2014. All of these new USA poker sites combined are not even 10% of the size of Bovada Poker. You have to be a resident of the state in order to play for real money. Pokerstars is hoping to open up shop in NJ in 2014 too.
I expect many large states to open up to online poker in 2014. My own home state is considering it and California and Texas are expected to legalize online gambling in 2014. These three states are home to 1 in 4 Americans so that will have a serious impact on things.