It turns out there is not just one bill related to poker moving through the Delaware legislature, but two.
Senate Bill 31 has also passed in the senate, and is now in the House Gaming & Parimutuels Committee.
It does not mention poker by name, but would alter existing law on charitable gaming and bingo. Specifically it would remove the cap on bets and specify no limit on the wagering. That implies poker. After all, operators like limits on house games (it is their defense against deep pockets who might try to use the Martingale system).
This would still not completely allow Las Vegas or Atlantic City type action, though. Games could not run past 1:00 AM, and the daily loss total for any player would be capped at $150.