British poker pro Dave "Devilfish" Ulliott is going from the green felt of the poker table to the silver screen.
Gambling911.com recently revealed how some gamblers in Delaware have found a loophole in the state law governing NFL wagering, which is legal at the state's three racetracks.
Say what you want about disgraced fired former Penn State head coach Joe Paterno--gamblers loved him!
Especially when it came to bowl season.
JoePa and the Nittany Lions football team in a post-season game was the closest thing to money in the bank for many a sports bettor for many a year.
Who says you can't make a single-game NFL bet in Delaware?
You actually can.
And many are.
Technically, you can't walk up to the windows of Delaware's three racetracks that offer NFL betting and bet on a lone NFL game.
You can't even bet a two-game parlay.
Under state law, the minimum number of NFL games you must bet at once is three.
American TV show "60 Minutes" ran a segment on convicted ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff on Sunday, and revealed how he and his wife unsuccessfully tried to commit suicide after he was exposed as a con man and arrested.
A controversial biography on the life and times of late gambler and Internet entrepreneur Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner continues to be written by Weitzner's step-son, Jerry Lee Donahue, but the project has hit a snag, Donahue tells Gambling911.com in an exclusive interview.
Texas Governor and Republican Presidential candidate Rick Perry, who has repeatedly said he is against all forms of gambling, has been telling what's known in Texas as a tall tale.
A tall tale--a polite way to say a lie--about gambling, no less.
Two of the contenders for the Republican nomination for President of the United States are members of the Mormon religion: former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney and former Utah governor Jon Huntsman.
Other top American politicians are also Mormons, including Harry Reid, a Democrat who is a U.S. senator from Nevada and the Majority Leader in the U.S. Senate.
Bush for President?
No, not that one.
He served two terms and can't serve any more.
And not his father either, who served one term and then was kicked out of office by the voters.
Regardless of who wins the Republican nomination for President of the United States, the most talked about name for Vice-President on the G.O.P. ticket is Florida Senator Marco Rubio.
Rubio, 40, from suburban Miami, started his political career as a local legislator, serving as a Miami City Commissioner.
Poker pro Dusty "Leatherass" Schmidt, who famously wrote a book saying fellow poker pro Phil "Poker Brat" Hellmuth Jr. didn't know anything about playing poker, has been hired as a poker coach for a website that charges a fee to view instructional poker videos!
Disenchantment with the current crop of Republican presidential candidates has many in the G.O.P. urging former New York City mayor Rudy Guiliani to get in to the race, but so far he has resisted a repeat run.
Brooklyn-born Giuliani, 67, who was Big Apple mayor from 1994-2002 and before that was a Federal prosecutor and U.S. Attorney, ran for President in 2008.
U.S. President Barack Obama, a Democrat up for re-election next year, has plummetting poll numbers so his re-election is anything but assured.
Gambling911.com has previously reported on the major Republican presidential candidates' records on gambling issues.
Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, who's a candidate for President of the United States, is no friend of the online gambling industry.
Texas governor Rick Perry has thrown his (cowboy) hat into the ring, announcing that he's a candidate for President of the United States.
Pawn shops are generally known for providing three basic services: You can buy items, you can sell items and you can pawn items.
Charles "Bubba" Smith, who died Wednesday in Los Angeles at the age of 66, wasn't just a former NFL player who became an actor.