The Pennsylvania Senate is advancing legislation to allow online casino-style gambling in the state
LOS ANGELES — (Associated Press) - There’s a new "Jeopardy!" champion to add to the quiz show history books.
Poker pro Alex Jacob is vying to win this year’s Jeopardy! Tournament of Champions and he just moved one step closer with a victory Tuesday night. Now one of the quiz show’s most popular contestants moves onto the finals.
Jacob, a stock trader from Chicago, faced off against Brennan Bushee and Vaughn Winchell on Tuesday.
An oddsmaker who suggested actor Charlie Sheen would be among those favored as the Hollywood actor with HIV was correct as the act revealed Tuesday morning on NBC's "Today".
During the interview, Sheen insisted he had endangered nobody.
In an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail, a porn actress reveals that the mystery playboy Hollywood actor who contracted HIV impregnated her and could possibly have slept with more than 50 other adult film stars as well as various transsexuals.
Hollywood actresses remain terrified after news broke of the HIV-infected star, whose identity has yet to be revealed. Bookies have shied away from offering odds on this major breaking story for the time being.
While oddsmakers will be reluctant to take actual bets on the identity of a Hollywood actor reported to have the HIV virus, some have quietly offered their own opinions to Gambling911 as to whom it might be.
It is news that has many females in Hollywood shaking in their shoes.
Our Day 3 coverage of Battle of Malta will be appearing below.
We are here covering Europe’s biggest stand alone poker tournament, the Battle of Malta, all week long. This is Day 2 of our coverage of this event, which contributes close to 20% of Malta's GDP, the most after tourism.
The first big party event for this year’s Battle of Malta will be Karaoke Night at Footloose Bar in Paceville, Malta’s hip club playground area.
Hosting will be poker pro Maria Ho, who is also the host for Battle of Malta for the second straight year.
"Money Talks," the reality television show that follows the day-to-day trials and tribulations of Las Vegas sports handicapper Steve Stevens, has been renewed for a third season, Gambling 911 can reveal in a world exclusive report!
The sports handicapping show “Money Talks”, airing on CNBC Primetime, will re-air the first season in anticipation for a third season pick up. Correction: A third season of the show has not officially been announced at this time.
The reality show follows sports handicapper Steve Stevens (real name Darin Notaro) and his Las Vegas-based crew. Stevens runs the betting site VIP Sports, which has enjoyed significant growth as a result of the show.
Prosecutors will be forbidden from introducing grizzly murder scenes from the film “Goodfellas” during the upcoming October 19 trial of Lufthansa heist mobster Vincent Asaro. The Bonanno crime figure is only facing one murder rap that is unrelated to the heist.
Over the years, there have been many gambling pioneers who have left their marks on the industry and made Las Vegas what it is today.
Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal.
Yes, Harvey Levin, the diminutive gay attorney who hosts two of television's most popular entertainment news programs--"TMZ" and "TMZ Live."
Netflix has commissioned its first original series from Italy, “Suburra”, which tells the story of a “gruelling battle over a seaside town outside of Rome which is to be developed into a gambling paradise.”
Based on the book by Giancarlo De Cataldo and Carlo Bonini, Suburra, the series will comprise of ten episodes that follow release of a full feature film.
A star-studded red carpet was to kick off the third annual Casino Entertainment Awards as part of this year’s Global Gaming Expo (G2E), featuring celebrities that looked more like a who’s who of “The Walking Dead” (and we’re not talking the actual cast from that show either).
Utah Republican Representative Jason Chaffetz seemingly wouldn’t let Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards get a word in edgewise during a Congressional grilling, which culminated with a irreprehensible error on Chaffetz part, one that he failed to correct but his quivering and lack of words spoke volumes.
Chaffetz is one of the co-authors of Restore Americas Wire Act (RAWA), a piece of legislation that looks to ban most forms of online gambling in the United States.
She was supposed to have been anointed the winner in an effort to promote an upcoming poker program, so said the conspirators two weeks ago.
In the end, however, poker pro Vanessa Rousso finished third on this year’s “Big Brother”.
Early reports, now debunked, were carried across the Internet, as well as Gambling911.com:
The claim is that producers of the show want to use her win as a vehicle to promote her new show in which Rousso hosts Vegas poker tournaments.
Shakespeare had his tortured Hamlet, his ambitious Macbeth, his malevolent Iago, his warring Montagues and Capulets.
Gossip sites have insisted that “Big Brother 17” has been fixed to ensure poker pro Vanessa Rousso will win this season in an effort to promote her new show “Poker Face”.
The gossip website Celebrity Laundry is claiming that poker pro and former Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Vanessa Rousso is the fixed winner of “Big Brother 17”.
“Black Mass”, the film starring Johnny Depp as Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger, is set to hit theatres September 18.
Set in 1970’s South Boston, the film looks at Bulger’s work as an informant for the FBI in an effort to destroy rival Mob factions.
In case you’ve been too caught up following politics, it may have escaped you that life has been discovered on Mars. Everything from a beautiful human-like woman to a crashed space ship to a giant crab of all things. See If Dave Mason of BetOnline Offers Odds on Next Mars Sighting Here
The former 2008 U.S. Vice Presidential nominee on the Libertarian ticket, Wayne Root, will act as Executive Producer for a new true crime show to debut on Investigation Discovery.
Root, who is also a contributing writer to the Gambling911.com website and best selling author, was given the green light this week for his idea by the popular cable network.
One of the behemoths in Daily Fantasy Sports, DraftKings.com, has decided to team up with one of poker’s most colorful characters, Dan Bilzerian.
Many folks have been inquiring as to when online gambling sites intend to begin offering betting odds on Jared Fogle, the longtime former Subway spokesperson who plead guilty Wednesday to charges of distributing child pornography and illicit sexual conduct with a minor.
The former nanny of “Batman” star Ben Affleck reportedly took a trip to Las Vegas with her boss and New England starting quarterback Tom Brady.
Poker pro Dan Bilzerian, who got his own Emojis this week, has filed a lawsuit against a website claiming he caught a sexual transmitted disease (also known as an STD).
That website is none other than The Dirty, which some say kicked off the Bilzerian phenomenon. The Dirty has long been known to bust on Bilzerian.
Poker pro Dan Bilzerian, the so-called “King of Instagram”, has gotten his very own Emojis that can be downloaded via one of two apps.
It’s our home stomping ground and nobody knows better the top hot spots for those attending the upcoming Daily Fantasy Sports Expo than Gambling911.com.
Cashplay and Gamblified have teamed up to introduce zombie-laced “Dead Trigger 2: eSports Tournament”, allowing players globally to compete for real money prizes.
“Dead Trigger 2: eSports Tournament” has opponents attempting to survive and killing off as many zombies as possible.
When you start a pay per head business, your aim should be to attract as many players as possible.