The answer to this is a two part question, as there are regulated and unregulated markets currently operating in the USA.
For regulated markets, let’s focus on New Jersey, as that is the largest one and all sites operating within will soon be expanded to other regulated states, particularly if there is the predicted shift of combining player pools from other state markets, like Nevada and Delaware (already in the works with 888). Players from PA and WV should soon be expected to play legally from their home states.
- PokerStars NJ
- Partypoker NJ
- 888 NJ
- Pala Poker
The joke is kind of on the players from regulated states, as players outside those zones have better options (read: more traffic) that are strictly forbidden for NV, NJ, and DE residents. For those of us “lucky” enough not to have been bit by the regulatory bug, we can play at Global Poker, Ignition Poker, America’s Cardroom, GGPoker, Black Chip Poker, the Chico Network, and Intertops Poker.
Again, please note that if you live in a regulated state, you must abide by the rules of the land and only play at those sites that are regulated.