ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) — Many gamblers are optimistic about the future of Internet betting in New Jersey, which is expected to go statewide Tuesday.
Despite some initial glitches as a test period started last week, many gamblers say they managed to bet online, and others hope they, too, will get in on the action soon.
Chris Choy, of East Brunswick, easily registered with the World Series of Poker site Thursday and won $99 by the end of the night.
Poker coach Michel Gagliardo, of Glen Gardner, played for hours on the same site with few problems.
The casinos continue to test their sites and work on problems that shut out some gamblers in New Jersey. Regulators say they expected those problems and say they’ll be worked out soon.