Bovada Blocks Some U.S. States

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Online gambling site Bovada has blocked access to its website for residents of four U.S. states, possibly due to the legal action that was recently taken against Bodog and founder Calvin Ayre., a Bodog franchisee that is licensed by the Kahnawake Gaming Commission has not issued comment on any site restrictions, however many players began posting a Bovada notice on internet message boards.

The notice was reportedly delivered to players who logged into their Bovada account and read:

"Bovada has suspended transfers from residents of the following States: Maryland, Washington, New York and Utah. If you are a Bovada customer from one of the above states, you will not be able to use your MyPayLinque account to transfer. Please contact support at Bovada for further information."

The states mentioned in the notice are widely regarded for having a strict stance on internet gambling, and it is possible that Bovada is hoping to avoid any legal action.

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