Daly, Wie, Homa Among Pros To Play Online Poker Tournament For Coronavirus Charity

Max Homa, Harold Varner III and Joel Dahmen have needed to be patient during their play on the golf course. They’ve needed to be aggressive. They’ve needed to hold a straight face.

They’ll need each on the poker table.

Homa, Varner and Dahmen will join other professional golfers and teachers, including John Daly, Michelle Wie, Butch Harmon, Cheyenne Woods and Pat Perez, at 3 p.M. ET on Thursday for the “Chipping All-In” charity poker tournament. The live online event will be broadcast on Twitch and YouTube, and proceeds will go toward the MGM Resorts Foundation’s Employee Emergency Grant Fund, which supports the company’s employees impacted by the coronavirus.

“It is in our DNA to offer live entertainment and sports experiences to fans worldwide, even in the toughest of times,” said Lance Evans, senior vice president of Sports and Sponsorships for MGM Resorts, in a release.

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“The bottom line is that Pennsylvania’s sportsbooks will not be healthy again until the sports world begins to reopen,” Gouker said. “No one yet knows for sure when that day will come. But sports leagues everywhere are trying to figure out ways to begin games again, so there is at least some reason for some optimism.”

Online casinos and poker

Online casino games and poker generated a record $24.3 million in revenue, easily surpassing the record $19.5 million in revenue set in February. March’s gains yielded $5.9 million in state taxes.

Poker tallied $3.1 million in revenue, all by Mount Airy/PokerStars. Before New Jersey broke it in March, the all-jurisdiction record for poker revenue in a month was $3.1 million, set in October 2016 by New Jersey. Online casinos boosted monthly revenue to $21.1 million on $871.6 million in wagers.

“Pennsylvania’s online product has been slow to develop, but the revenue the industry is generating now is vital to the gaming industry and the state budget,” Gouker said. “Ideally, Pennsylvania’s online casino industry would’ve had the opportunity to mature more quickly. But it is definitely better than if it didn’t exist at all, as is the case in most states.”

Rivers-Philadelphia led the market with $6.8 million in revenue on $293.2 million in wagers. That is up from $4.8 million in revenue on $194.7 million in wagers in February.

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