Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner, the phony psychiatrist and degenerate gambler who started two popular websites about sports betting and then killed himself, is one of the stars of a new movie about sports betting that premiered last week.
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A man bet away his wife as part of an Indian Premier League (IPL) wager with another man.
With word that the deep pocketed Koch Brothers are reportedly contemplating funding the Libertarian candidate and two-term former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson's campaign, we look back at Thomas Somach's report on Johnson and his friendly attitude towards gambling.
Reaction within the gambling community has been generally supportive of the news earlier this week that former Internet bookie Haden Ware, who turned himself in after 18 years on the run, received only probation and no prison time for violating Federal laws against online gambling in 1998.
On December 10, 2006, police arrested a dozen bookmakers in the Providence, Rhode Island area, saying the bookies were part of a sports betting ring that took in more than $300,000 in illegal sports wagers a month.
A former professional baseball player who went on to become a Federal prosecutor of the Mafia and is now a private attorney is hoping to hit a home run and keep his client, disgraced Internet bookie Haden Ware, out of prison when Ware is sentenced next month on a Federal gambling charge.
A poker player who is owed nearly $100,000 by the now-defunct online poker site World Poker Exchange (WPEX) says he plans to confront the site's operator, Haden Ware, over the debt, when Ware appears in court next month for another matter, Gambling 911 can reveal in a world exclusive report!
One of the first offshore sportsbooks--and one of the first to go out of business--was an operation based in the Dominican Republic called Rich's International Superbook.
He started out as a bookie behaving badly.
He then became the poker world's biggest bandit.
And then, after 16 years on the run from the law and no longer able to bear the heat, he turned himself in to authorities and became the final chapter in a saga that spanned 20 years and three countries on two continents.
When bookies behave badly, it's usually by ripping off their customers, through a variety of schemes, scams and outright thefts.
Mention the name Shane Warne and most Americans will give you a blank stare or ask, "Who's that?"
A new book that promises to blow the lid off the inner secrets of the daily fantasy sports industry has just been released and anyone who participates in the popular pastime will find the book not just fascinating but also financially rewarding.
Ted Cruz, Republican senator from the State of Texas, wants to be your President. If elected, it will likely be bad news for the gambling industry--both for real casinos and for the nascent online gambling world.
Many people believe that if HIllary Clinton is elected President of the United States, her presidency will be a replay of the presidency of her husband, Bill Clinton, since they have similar views on so many issues.
Allen Ross was a bookie behaving badly.
His son, Denny Ross, behaved even worse.
Allen was a member of the so-called "Internet 21," the group of 21 Americans who in 1998 were the first to be prosecuted by the U.S. government for illegally operating offshore online casinos and sportsbooks.
A sports handicapping website that appears to be affiliated with Turner Sports has no such affiliation, and the real Turner Sports is attempting to have it shut down, Gambling 911 can reveal in a world exclusive report!
Followers of Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator running for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States, show their support with the slogan "Feel the Bern."
LAS VEGAS -- If it wasn't for the presence of 72-year-old Pierre Neuville of Belgium at the final table of the World Series of Poker Main Event--which resumes Sunday--the oldest player at the table would be 61-year-old Neil Blumenfield of San Francisco.
LAS VEGAS -- When the World Series of Poker Main Event resumes here this coming Sunday with the start of final table play, the oldest player among the nine at the table will be 72-year-old Pierre Neuville of Belgium.