Crime

Mobster Wanted to Wait Until After Super Bowl to Turn Himself In

Mobster Wanted to Wait Until After Super Bowl to Turn Himself In

Anthony “The Kid” Camisa was one of 46 charged last August as part of East Coast mobster syndicate

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/30/2017

Second Trial Set for Alleged Staten Island Bonanno Mobster

Anthony "Skinny" Santoro, of Great Kills, and his three co-defendants -- Vito Badamo, Nicholas Santora and Ernest Aiello – will be tried again following a mistrial. 

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/28/2017

Three Men Charged With Illegal Sports Betting

Three Men Charged With Illegal Sports Betting

Three men have been charged for their alleged role in an illegal sports betting ring for more than six years.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/28/2017

Man Loses at Casino, Robs Bank, Then Returns to Gamble With Stolen Funds

Man Loses at Casino, Robs Bank, Then Returns to Gamble With Stolen Funds

A 52-year-old Charleston, West Virginia man has plead guilty to robbing a bank and using the stolen money to gamble at a casino where he had just lost all his funds.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/27/2017

Murder Charges Dropped Against Two Poker Players in Christmas Night Casino Killing

Murder Charges Dropped Against Two Poker Players in Christmas Night Casino Killing

Former Army Ranger Fernando Duarte was shot 13 times outside casino by one of two poker players he reportedly threatened

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/26/2017

Man Who Got ‘Mafia’ Mention Out of ‘Godfather’ Film has Died

Man Who Got ‘Mafia’ Mention Out of ‘Godfather’ Film has Died

The son of a legendary New York Mafia boss has died of complications from diabetes at the age of 71.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/25/2017

Judge Compares Texas Teacher Pot Consumption in Colorado to Gambling in Vegas

Judge Compares Texas Teacher Pot Consumption in Colorado to Gambling in Vegas

A Texas judge has ruled that a former teacher should not be punished for consuming marijuana while in Colorado. 

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/25/2017

Western Union Fined $586 million for Colluding With Organized Crime

Western Union Fined $586 million for Colluding With Organized Crime

The popular money transfer service Western Union has been fined $586 million for allegedly colluding with organized criminal elements in an effort to circumvent money laundering laws.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/24/2017

Naked Man Gunned Down at Casino Identified

Naked Man Gunned Down at Casino Identified

Authorities are identifying a 57-year-old Arizona man who died and the Las Vegas police officer who shot him

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/23/2017

Knife Wielding Naked Man Gunned Down in Gambling Hall by Police

Knife Wielding Naked Man Gunned Down in Gambling Hall by Police

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says one of its officers fatally shot a knife-wielding naked man when he charged the officer after not complying with the officer's commands

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/22/2017

Las Vegas Sands Settles Bribery Case

Las Vegas Sands Settles Bribery Case

Las Vegas Sands Corp agreed to pay a $6.96 million criminal penalty to end the U.S. Department of Justice probe

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/19/2017

Police Arrest Armed Man at Casino: Barricaded Himself in Bathroom

Police Arrest Armed Man at Casino: Barricaded Himself in Bathroom

Sparks police have arrested an armed man after a standoff with a SWAT team at a hotel-casino where two floors briefly were evacuated.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/19/2017

Notorious Mobster Pleads No Contest in 25-Year-Old Murder

Providence, Rhode Island mobster Robert “Bobby” DuLuca, 71, plead no contest Wednesday at Kent County Court to conspiracy to commit murder.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/19/2017

Packers Fan Commits Armed Robbery at Sportsbook

Packers Fan Commits Armed Robbery at Sportsbook

Police are looking for an armed robber who held up the sports book at a casino on the Nevada-Utah line.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/18/2017

‘Tyrannical’ Philly Mafia boss Nicodemo ‘Little Nicky' Scarfo Dies in Prison

During this nearly five-year reign as Philly Mafia boss, some 25 mobsters and associates met violent ends

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/16/2017

Casino Killer Passes Away From Self-Inflicted Gunshot

Casino Killer Passes Away From Self-Inflicted Gunshot

A man accused of shooting another man to death at a casino last week then turning the gun on himself has died from his wounds.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/16/2017

This Law Firm Manager Jailed for $2.1 Million Fraud to Support Gambling Habit

A former law firm manager has been jailed for six-and-a-half years after siphoning $2.1 million from trust accounts to fund her pathological gambling habit.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/13/2017

Match Fixing in Spotlight Once Again on Eve of Grand Slam

Match Fixing in Spotlight Once Again on Eve of Grand Slam

For Rafael Nadal and the other stars of tennis, there's a familiar ring to the questions being raised as the first ball is about to be struck at the Australian Open.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/12/2017

In Fight Between Casino Moguls, a Spotlight on the FBI

In Fight Between Casino Moguls, a Spotlight on the FBI

In April 2015, a sworn statement submitted in a Nevada lawsuit between rival casino moguls Steve Wynn and Japan's Kazuo Okada contained an unusual assertion.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/11/2017

TwoPlusTwo Posting Forum Hacked, Information Compromised

TwoPlusTwo Posting Forum Hacked, Information Compromised

The popular TwoPlusTwo.com posting forum, which is among the most read by poker players, has been compromised according to the site operators.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/11/2017

Cocaine Kingpin, Gambling Ring Leader Made Millions in Australia

A former University of Southern California football player has pleaded guilty to conspiracy for running an international drug and gambling ring that also laundered millions of dollars.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/11/2017

Another Business With Alleged Ties to Montreal Mafia Burns to Ground

Another Business With Alleged Ties to Montreal Mafia Burns to Ground

A commercial mall that burned to the ground Monday was home to a hair salon owned by an individual with alleged Montreal mob ties.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/10/2017

Man Who Applied for Player’s Club Card at Casino Robs it Hours Later

Man Who Applied for Player’s Club Card at Casino Robs it Hours Later

A man who broke into the Best Bet Casino in Helena, Montana December 29 was caught as a result of his applying for a player’s club card just hours before.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/10/2017

Two Employees Involved in Attempted Murder-Suicide at Casino: One Dead

Two Employees Involved in Attempted Murder-Suicide at Casino

One person is dead and another injured after what appears to be an attempted murder-suicide at the Grand Casino in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/10/2017

Player Banned for Match Fixing

Player Banned for Match Fixing

A former Australian Open junior boys' finalist has been banned from the sport for seven years by the Tennis Integrity Unit after being found guilty of match-fixing offenses at a minor tournament in 2013.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/09/2017

More Binary Options Fallout as Banc De Binary to Close Down

More Binary Options Fallout as Banc De Binary to Close Down

”It’s become the wild west in the past few months,” a Banc de Binary spokesperson said of the binary options sector

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/09/2017

Manhunt Underway for ‘Armed and Dangerous’ Man Following Casino Shooting

Police in Shasta County were on the lookout for an “armed and dangerous” suspect wanted for the shooting of a man in the parking lot of the Win-River Resort & Casino early Monday morning.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/09/2017

Feds Accuse Casino Execs of Stealing Millions

Feds Accuse Casino Execs of Stealing Millions

An indictment handed down by a federal grand jury Thursday accuses executives of one US casino of stealing at least $6 million.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/09/2017

Poker Machine Arson Case Highlights Concerns Over ‘Gambling Rage’

Poker Machine Arson Case Highlights Concerns Over ‘Gambling Rage’

A 21-year-old Queensland, Australian man was denied bail after being accused of setting fire to and destroying 40 poker machines at a Beenleigh pub.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/05/2017

Hawaiian Gardens Casino Part of Money Laundering Probe: Could Lose License

Hawaiian Gardens Casino Part of Money Laundering Probe: Could Lose License

A Los Angeles area casino, the Hawaiian Gardens Casino, may lose its gambling license following money laundering concerns.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/04/2017

Breaking News

Hohes Risiko? Online-Glücksspiel mit Bitcoins

Hohes Risiko? Online-Glücksspiel mit Bitcoins

Bitcoins sind eine sehr kontroverse Form von Online-Währungen, mit sowohl positiven als auch negativen Bewertungen in den Nachrichten. Bitcoin wurde jedoch auf viele verschiedene Arten verwendet.

Types Of Poker Bonus Codes Explained

Types Of Poker Bonus Codes Explained

Online poker rooms depend on the number of player traffic in order to keep their site alive. You can’t blame them for trying to get as many players on their tables as possible.

Former U.S. Attorney Talks FBI Investigation of Wichita Poker Pro

Former U.S. Attorney Talks FBI Investigation of Wichita Poker Pro

Former U.S. Attorney Randy Rathbun told KWCH12 Wednesday some cases can take months to present to a grand jury.