This is the first in a series of Gambling911.com interviews with the 2014 World Series of Poker Main Event final table members--the so-called "November Nine." Interviews with other "November Nine" members will run periodically until the WSOP Main Event resumes in three months.
ESPN’s popular “Outside the Lines” will feature an expose on Fantasy Football betting this coming Sunday August 17, 2014, Gambling911.com’s Thomas Somach can report exclusively. Airing will occur at 9 am EST on ESPN.
A new Florida-based company called JetSmarter has just the ticket for gamblers across the U.S. who like to take off for Las Vegas on a whim and travel in style: it has created an app so you can nab last-minute seats on private jets for stunningly low fares!
Tweets made last week from the World Series of Poker (WSOP) in Las Vegas by poker pro Jeff Madsen about getting arrested for drugs and being banned from the event venue were not true, Gambling911.com can confirm.
A man who is owed nearly $70,000 by now-defunct online sportsbook World Sports Exchange tells Gambling911.com in a world exclusive interview that he intends to sue World Sports Exchange former co-owner Jay Cohen for the owed funds.
LAS VEGAS -- Controversies at the World Series of Poker (WSOP) are like pimples on a teenager's face--they are always there, and there are a lot of them.
Hamlet famously once asked, "To be or not to be?"
For the folks who run the World Series of Poker (WSOP), the question seems to be, "Ivey or not Ivey?"
That's Ivey as in Philip Dennis Ivey Jr.--Phil to his pals--one of the best professional poker players on the planet.
And one of the most controversial.
Momentum is building for a fan boycott of Churchill Downs, the iconic horse racing track in Louisville, Kentucky, USA, where the world-famous Kentucky Derby is annually run and will be again this Saturday.
With the world's most famous horse race--the Kentucky Derby--just days away, it's no surprise that the event is all over the news of late.
The man known as the world's foremost expert on gambling law tells Gambling911.com in an exclusive interview that what Phil Ivey did while playing baccarat at the Borgata casino is not cheating because, "It's up to the casino to make sure that there are no readable markings on the backs of cards."
Arthur Chu has turned the art of wagering into a science, and from it has earned a whopping $300,000!
It's no secret among gamblers that having good mathematical skills can help when gambling.
Employees of the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pa., are outraged and angry that their personal information has been put at risk apparently because of their boss's outspoken political statements.
Senator Ted Nugent?
Governor Ted Nugent??
President Ted Nugent???
Hold on to your hats, folks, it just might be!!!
Rocker Ted Nugent, as well known for his outspoken conservative views as he is for his hard-edged rock music, tells Gambling911.com in an exclusive interview that he is considering a run for political office.
Over the past five years, more than a dozen online poker rooms that allowed Americans to play Internet poker for cash have been busted by the U.S. Justice Department.
Sin City is getting another shot at the small screen.
One of the great myths of bookmaking is that a bookmaker needs to balance the betting action on a game in order to make a profit.
Poker pro Phil "Poker Brat" Hellmuth Jr. recently held an auction to auction off a very valuable prize.
The prize was--Phil Hellmuth!
Yes, in what could be a new low in egomaniacal behavior by a poker player, even a self-styled publicity-seeking "brat," Hellmuth has auctioned off himself!