As far as I can tell, the bill has not yet been introduced and is being written.
Poker is definitely under consideration. See, delawareonline.com:
"Delaware gamblers could soon be playing legal poker and blackjack at the keyboards of their home computers, and scratching off lottery tickets from the pocket-sized screens of their smartphones.
A plan unveiled Tuesday by Gov. Jack Markell's administration seeks to expand the state's lottery offerings into the new frontier of Internet gambling, while at the same time giving Delaware's three casinos a multimillion-dollar break on their annual licensing fees. ...
.... [Governor] Markell spokesman Brian Selander said legislation to implement the plan, tentatively titled Delaware's Gaming Competitiveness Act of 2012, is being drafted and will likely be filed sometime next week"
.... which is why I suggested in another thread that poker player lobbyists might want to reach out to Delaware lotteries and casinos to provide player input. (There are a lot of local/State political interests behind various proposed bill provisions, but no one seems out to screw players.)
What is clear is that Delaware considers casino games fair ground for an interstate lottery compact.