The popular Caribbean Poker Party has been shelved for this year with a view to trying again in 2022. Rob Yong announced the switch on Twitter, saying Baha Mar Resorts wasn’t in a position to welcome the annual event in November.
Although tourists are currently welcome in the Bahamas, the Covid-19 restrictions have not been relaxed, plus a special visa is required. All-in-all, there were just too many hoops to jump through to make this a festival worth running and travelling to.
On a more positive note, Yong did add to his post that he will be discussing with PokerGO and Triton the possibility of them being partners for next year’s event. Hopefully there will also be an online version to make up for the disappointment this year.
Both the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are planning to open massive cannabis dispensaries outside their casinos in Connecticut and North Carolina.
Connecticut recently legalised the recreational herb with plans for licensed stores to be up and running by next year.
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