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WSOP Poker Rigged? Security & Regulation

'WSOP Poker rigged' is a relatively frequently searched term in Google - below is a summary of any information available at present to suggest this is not the case, for anyone concerned.

Overall it is the opinion of PokerBonus.com that WSOP Poker is in fact a fair and safe place to play online poker in the US.

Security Information

On WSOP Poker financial transactions and your personal information are protected by Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology, the standard on most reputable online poker rooms.

WSOP.com is governed and regulated by NV law, and has received a card shuffling RNG audit from eCOGRA. Read more here.


WSOP Poker is listed as 'approved to conduct continuous 24 hour internet gaming operations' by the New Jersey Division on Gaming Enforcement.

Read more at Nj.gov here.

The TwoPlusTwo forums maintains a popular 'is X poker site rigged?' debate thread, where players post bad beat stories and are reassured of the laws of statistical variance by moderators. 


The WSOP brand has been the most trusted name in the online poker industry for over 40 years.

WSOP Poker's operator Caesars Entertainment Corporation is even older and spans four continents with its live casino network. They'd have a lot to lose by launching a rigged online poker site, and cost themselves liquidity.

Caesars LLC is based at One Caesars Palace Drive, Las Vegas NV 89109.

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