The Motion to Stay presented Wednesday by lawyers representing the Interactive Gaming Council to Judge Thomas Wingate appears to have been successful in at least giving interested parties more time to assemble further  arguments and head off domain disqualifications by proving that they have blocked Kentucky residents.
After taking the Motion on advisement, Judge Wingate ruled Thursday that the hearing would be moved from November 17 to December 3.
The Golden Palace claim that it was not accepting Kentucky punters failed when Judge Wingate cited an example of a cash bet being placed and accepted by associate Golden Casino from a Kentucky resident.