Among those charged are three Australians, including Melbourne-based executive Jason O'Connor
Gambling911.com's favorite Cuban transgender reporter, Sparky Collins, is about as all Cuban as he is all man. Grampa Collins it turns out was 100 percent Italian. So what better online casino
The entire poker community is abuzz that Gambling911.com Senior Correspondent, Jenny Woo, has been seen with one of the 9 2008 World Series of Poker finalists around Miami Beach, sipping Mohitos in
Cricket events between Pakistan and India have been cancelled following the events that unraveled in Mumbai last week.
The Barack Obama administration has outlined some of its policies following January's inauguation at Change.gov That site offers a pledge to protect the Internet from censorship and government inte
There was a terrific piece on 60 Minutes Sunday, in conjunction with an investigation by the Washington Post, examining cheating in the world of online poker.
A study conducted by the National Annenberg Survey of Youth has found that card playing for money on the Internet has remained at the same
In today's world of Internet gambling there is more uncertainty than ever. Can U.S.
Maybe websites like Gambling911.com are all too caught up in the online poker scene to really understand the true impact of Sunday evening's 60 Minutes segment pertaining to the much talked about A
Few sports over the last year have been rocked harder by "gambling" controversies than tennis.
In a very well written report from our friends at AintLuck.com, the spotlight shines on today's big name poker pros - specifically Phil Ivey.
The question: Is it a conflict of interest for a part-owner in an online poker room the likes of Full Tilt Poker to rack up over $8 million in cash games over an 18 month span there?
AintLuck attempts to answer that question.
The following is an editorial piece related to this past weekend's 60 Minutes segment on an Internet poker cheating scandal.
The online bookies made out great on Sunday during Week 13 of the 2008 NFL season. The books won with both Cleveland cover a 4 ½ point line by a half point and a Buffalo home loss early on in th
The much anticipated poker cheaters story aired Sunday night on the most watched news magazine, 60 Minutes. The story was heavily promoted throughout Sunday's NFL games including two marquee late
An online poker cheating scandal has thrust the most unlikeliest of men into the spotlight.
The much anticipated 60 Minutes segment on a highly publicized "insider cheating scandal" (a la a "super user account") already has the online poker community up in arms before
MOSCOW, November 28 (RIA Novosti) - More than 1,000 casinos have been closed down in Moscow in the past 18 months under a law passed last year to move gambling from large cities to far-flung region
The following is an editorial piece by Gambling911.com Publisher Christopher Costigan related to mobile online gambling.
Sometimes good stories are missed on 60 Minutes as a result of NFL games being played out past the 7 pm EST hour on Fox.
One of the sadder aspects of the BetonSports indictments and specifically the incarceration of that online gambling firm's founder, Gary Kaplan, has been its effects on the family. Kaplan has you
Internet filtering in Australia continues to come under a firestorm of criticism.
It's finally here. The much anticipated 60 Minutes segment on insider cheating and online poker. At the center of the investigation, AbsolutePoker.comSubmitted by C Costigan on, Nov/26/2008
Holly Kaplan is angry. The wife of BetonSports founder, Gary Kaplan, is growing impatient with the US justice system. It's been nearly two years since her husband was incarcerated and to date t
As world economies continue to slide downward, the trend has carried over into the finances of online poker companies as well.
Congressional deliberations on the sinking economy and corporate bailouts have overshadowed some recent positive financial news.
Casino companies may be commiserating over their earnings troubles, but they are squabbling like extended family at Thanksgiving dinner over the prospect of legalized Internet gambling.
After more than a decade of hit-and-miss efforts by individual casino companies and interest groups to develop lobbying strategies, the American Gaming Association - the industry's premier trade group - is rushing to clarify its position on Internet betting.
A woman has been sentenced to 10 years to life in prison for stabbing her husband-a professional poker player-to death in a Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, condominium last year.
Chris Brammer of England has won the Event #45 of the 2017 World Series of Poker, $5,000 No-Limit Hold'em. He takes home $527,555, besting a field of 505.