Playing Online Poker in Vermont

In all honesty, Vermont is not the best place in the states to be playing poker. There are in fact very few ways you can play poker legally and most avenues have appear to have been closed. There are exceptions for charity events and there is no laws against online poker, but home games and casino games are frowned upon to say the least. Take a read to see where the land lies when you fancy shuffling up for a game of poker in the state of Vermont.

Playing Poker at Home in Vermont

Playing a home game in the state of Vermont is technically illegal however the state is unique in that to play in a home game is neither a felony or a misdemeanor. Playing at home is classed as social gambling and as such, should you be caught playing a home game the maximum fine is a mere $5.00 and there will be nothing added to your criminal record. In section 2132 of the Penal Code it states that "A person who plays at cards, dice, tables, billiards or other game for money or other valuable thing shall be fined not more than $5.00." Although being illegal we don't think that the law enforcement agencies pay too much attention to this particular law and if you are willing to pay the fine, then the choice is yours.

Playing Online Poker in Vermont

As most states Vermont is yet to address the issue of online poker. It may be illegal to gamble for real money within state borders, but there is no law stating that online poker is illegal. There are many privacy issues involved when making rules regarding internet activity and many states, have backed off from this subject. It is also worth remembering that there is no federal law against playing online and many residents of Vermont regularly jump online to get their game of poker. There are many sites ready to accept them too, with a few of the best being Betonline Poker , Bovada and Americas Cardroom . They all offer welcome bonuses and some pretty good promotions too.

Bonus
$100 Free
Software
Vegas Technology
Payment Method
Visa, MasterCard
Bonus
200% Welcome Bonus
Software
Betsoft, Digital Gaming Solutions
Payment Method
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Bonus
200% Welcome Bonus
Software
Betsoft, Digital Gaming Solutions
Payment Method
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Bonus
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Software
FoxBet
Payment Method
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Bonus
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Software
Betsoft, Mobilots, Parlay Games
Payment Method
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Bonus
100%
Software
Digital Gaming Solutions
Payment Method
Bank Wire Transfer, MasterCard, Visa
Bonus
$777 Welcome Bonus
Software
Wager Gaming Technology
Payment Method
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Bonus
100%
Software
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Payment Method
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Bonus
100% up to $1000
Software
Digital Gaming Solutions
Payment Method
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Bonus
100% up to $1000
Software
Amigotechs, Digital Gaming Solutions
Payment Method
Bankdraft, Cashier's Check, Person to Person

Playing Poker in Vermont's Casinos

There are no forms of legal gambling in the state of Vermont therefore there are no casinos. The only exception to this rule is for charitable organizations that have been up and running for more than one year and are eligible to apply for the green light. There may be such events in your area, but we doubt that the game would be for more than pennies and whether such organizations would even allow poker.

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