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Poker Sites in Pennsylvania | List of Online Rooms

 

By Dan Dececco, Freelance Author

Where Can I Play? Law, Regulation & Taxes Cashouts Live Poker Legislation
Rakeback.com recommends the rooms below for Pennsylvania online poker players - all the sites shown currently accept signups from Pennsylvania and offer either flat rakeback or a points based VIP program.

rakeback rooms - where to play online poker in PENNSYLVANIA?

Poker roomtraffic avg *RakebackBonus 
Aced Poker 500 Up to 35% $5,000 PLAY NOW
Merge Gaming Network  
Americas Cardroom 450 27% Flat $1,000 PLAY NOW
Winning Poker Network  
Black Chip Poker 450 27% Flat $1,000 PLAY NOW
Winning Poker Network  
Bovada 600 None $1,000 PLAY NOW
Bodog Poker Network  
Carbon Poker 500 Up to 35% $5,000 PLAY NOW
Merge Gaming Network  
Juicy Stakes Poker 1,200 36% Flat $2,000 PLAY NOW
Revolution Gaming Network  

* For the latest traffic figures see PokerScout.com

Pennsylvania Online Gambling Laws - Is Poker Legal?

Poker LawsPlaying poker online in the United States and Pennsylvania is NOT illegal. The state has no laws that specifically make playing online poker punishable. Simply put, you are not in violation of any laws when you play online poker as an individual.

Regulation and Taxes for Online Poker in Pennsylvania

  • Status of regulation: Not regulated in the United States and Pennsylvania.
  • Tax on Players: 0-42.67%. You are taxed on your poker winnings at the Federal and State levels. Federal taxes can be up to 39.6% at the highest level. Pennsylvania has a flat state income tax rate of 3.07%.
  • Segregation: None - Pennsylvania players share tables with players in other states and countries in the same combined player pool.

Cashout Times

Cashout times can vary by withdrawal method and from site to site. We recommend you view the US Poker Cashout Report for the most recent processing times.

Live Poker in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania PokerThere are several live poker rooms spread all over Pennsylvania. The largest is at Parx Casino in Bensalem boasting a beautiful 60 plus table poker room. Harrah’s Philadelphia located in Chester has 30 tables and is an annual stop on the WSOP Circuit trail. Even with all the live poker the Keystone State has to offer, online poker remains a viable option.

Online Poker Legislation

With neighboring New Jersey and Delaware already providing online poker to residents and online gaming profits to their respective state government, one might think Pennsylvania would be next in line. That however is not the case, as State Representative Mario Scavello would rather penalize his residents should they choose to play poker online.

This is just one example of the many hurdles facing not only Pennsylvania but other states who wish to provide the freedom of choice to residents when it comes to online poker and online gaming in general.

Any online poker legislation within Pennsylvania in the near future, seems highly unlikely considering these recent developments.

Poker legislation can change on a day to day basis - contact us by email if you see an update that should be made to this page or have difficulties getting online to play.

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