A bench of Justices Aniruddha Bose and Vikram Nath deferred the plea that challenged the Madras HC's August 3, 2021 order for ten weeks.
Chief Secretary V Irai Anbu on Saturday held a discussion with top officials on the recommendations made by a high-level committee headed by retired Judge K Chandru to regulate such games.
The previous AIADMK government enacted the Tamil Nadu Gaming and Police Laws (Amendment) Act of 2021 banning online betting games like rummy and poker with stakes.
The decision to form the panel was taken at a meeting chaired by Chief Minister MK Stalin on Friday following a spate of suicides across the State by victims who lost money in the game.
On Thursday, a woman in Chennai allegedly killed herself after her husband lost Rs 25,000 she had kept for their child’s school fee in online rummy.