A New York Times article has some interesting data on how many states will be getting poker stars in the near future.
The data was gathered by analyzing the numbers of players per state from PokerStars, and the most popular state is New York.
The Times article is based on data from the company’s annual report.
It found that there are now 2,097,988 registered poker players in New York state, which is up from 1,963,849 registered players in 2016.
The company says that the growth rate of poker players is up nearly 10% from the same period in 2017.
In the past five years, the number of players increased by about 11%.
“Our goal has been to increase the pool of players and to expand our game across the state,” says Brian O’Leary, PokerStars senior vice president of marketing.
“The data suggests that the states we’re looking at, particularly New York, are the places where the growth is going to be most rapid.”
New York is a bit more difficult to pin down.
In its report, the company said that it did not have data on the number or quality of poker houses in the state.
However, it did say that there was a growing trend for states to be getting more poker players.
PokerStars has about 10,000 registered poker rooms in New Mexico, 1,000 in Arizona, 1.5 in Illinois, and 500 in Minnesota.
It also says that it is working to increase its presence in New Jersey, Washington, and Maryland.
The biggest growth in poker numbers has been in the U.S. Virgin Islands, which have about 10 million registered poker houses, up from less than 700,000.
In 2017, the U-Verse poker house in St. John’s, Newfoundland, had more than 2,000 players, and it also had more poker rooms than in any other jurisdiction in the country.
The poker house also was a major sponsor of the 2018 NCAA men’s basketball tournament, with $1.3 million in sponsorship.
Other states that are looking to attract more players are Florida, Texas, Arizona, and California.
Texas has about 1,200 registered poker users, and Arizona has more than 400.
California has about 2,400 registered players, but that number has fallen by more than 60% from a year ago.
There are also a few states that have had significant declines in the number and quality of their poker rooms.
In the Pacific Northwest, Washington state had a decline of more than 50% from 2016 to 2017.
Nevada had a big decline of about 45%.
In addition, the Times article says that there is also some uncertainty in terms of how many players are playing at the same time in different states.
For instance, in California, which has a lot of poker rooms, it’s hard to know if all of the players are there simultaneously.
Some players may be moving between states and regions to compete, and others may be playing on different platforms, such as the mobile app.
“The real test will be to see how much of the growth can be explained by the rapid growth in the United States,” says James Anderson, a professor of sports management at Georgetown University.
“There is a lot to do.”