Gambling News

Another NRL Club Partners Up With Bookmaker

The South Sydney Rabbitohs are pleased to announce a new corporate partnership with Thursday.

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/19/2009

Antigua Plan of Action to Preserve Financial Stability

ST JOHN'S, Feb 18 (Reuters) - Antigua and Barbuda's minister of finance and economy said on Wednesday the twin-island Caribbean state was scrambling to shore up its banking system after potentially

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/19/2009

Allen Stanford Fraud Case Could Mar Online Gambling Hub

The tiny Caribbean nation of Antigua has done most things right.  They have cooperated with other international governments in order to ensure their banks were in compliance as a means of cracking

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/18/2009

Poker Pro David Williams Goes From Grey to Gay

The grannies I've loved before won't go down without a fight...even if their little stud muffin was photographed kissing the latest Playboy model.

Submitted by Jenny Woo on, Feb/18/2009

iPhones and Casino Blackjack Card Counting

Ten years ago who would have guessed we would be taking photographs with cell phones?  Now it seems the iPhone is being used for something quite clever - casino Blackjack card counting.

Submitted by Alistair Prescott on, Feb/17/2009

Trump Taj Mahal Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Atlantic City is reeling from the current economic crisis and the landmark of its casino strip, the Trump Taj Mahal, has filed for bankruptcy protection.  It is one of three hotel casino operation

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/17/2009

Washington State Loses Online Gambling Fight

An appellate court in Washington has ruled that the site did not violate state gambling laws because users were allowed to back out of bets without paying.

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/17/2009

Antigua Sees Opportunity in White Listing

Antigua and Barbuda should take full advantage of the opportunities made available from last year's UK white listing, according to Chief Executive Officer of Technical Systems Testing (TST), Salim

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/17/2009

Poker Pro Casts Black Magic Spell Over Aubrey O’Day

One time Danity Kane diva, Aubrey O'Day, was seen partying it up with poker pro David Williams this past weekend, putting to rest rumors that she is bi-sexual.  Submitted by Jenny Woo on, Feb/16/2009

Poker Pro David Williams Gets It On With Aubrey O’Day

It seems that poker pro David Williams has dumped the old ladies and is starting to "date" girls his own age.  Notorious for appearing in a "granny foot fetish" video billed as

Submitted by Jenny Woo on, Feb/16/2009

BRIT Award Betting Canceled

Paul Weller has won the BRIT Award.  Well, not so fast.

Submitted by Alistair Prescott on, Feb/16/2009

Republican Senator Jon Kyl Pork: Good for Port Security

In a briefing with several of his colleagues, Republican Arizona Senator Jon Kyl called the Obama Economic Stimulus bill "a stinking, bloated, quivering pile of liberal pork."  Yet amaz

Submitted by C Costigan on, Feb/16/2009

Stabbing Suspect is Sister of Poker Pro

A Montana woman who was arrested for stabbing a man is the sister of professional poker player Jesse Petrakis, has learned exclusively.

Submitted by Thomas Somach on, Feb/16/2009

TAB Chiefs Under Fire in Bribe Allegations

Reports have surfaced that TAB chiefs could be in some serious trouble over allegations they bribed government officials.

In an extraordinary move, the Department of Internal Affairs has launched an investigation into New Zealand Racing Board figures - which means that the government department charged with policing the pokie industry could prosecute employees of a quasi-government agency, New Zealand's Star Times reported on Sunday.

Submitted by Alistair Prescott on, Feb/14/2009

Law Enforcement Probe Online Poker Room

An American online poker room that went out of business last year is being investigated by police.

Submitted by Thomas Somach on, Feb/13/2009

Economic Stimulus Package: What Would Jesus Do?

If Jesus had passed an economic stimulus package similar to the one President Obama has proposed, we would still be paying for it.  So says 2012 Libertarian Presidential hopeful, Wayne Allyn Root.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Feb/12/2009

Poker Site Leaders Losing Their Edge

Most online poker players are familiar with online training sites. Sites such as CardRunners and StoxPoker offer online videos for members who pay for the content in hopes of learning from the winning ways of top online poker players.  While thousands of customers have learned a great deal from these training sites, it seems that the site's founders have seen their win rates slashed dramatically and the poker forums are buzzing with speculation as to why this is the case.

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/12/2009

Duplicate Poker Owes Affiliates $487,500

On November 11,2008, we notified creditors that Duplicate (2007) Inc. (Duplicate or the Company) executed a Trust Mortgage (the Trust) on October 28, 2008, which granted a security interest in all of the Company?s assets to our firm, McTevia & Associates, LLC, as Trustee for the benefit of creditors (the ?Trustee?).  The Trust provides that a claims process be established so that all creditors are treated equally under the priorities established in liquidations under the United States Bankruptcy Code.

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/12/2009

Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities to Employ Gambling Theme has learned that upcoming episodes of Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities will feature "some casino and gambling themes".  The show's second season was the highest rated lau

Submitted by Alistair Prescott on, Feb/12/2009

FBI Agent Breaks Down Poker Cheat Russ Hamilton Video had former FBI agent and current WSOP Academy instructor Joe Navarro take a look at Submitted by Guest on, Feb/11/2009

Kentucky Wants Fill Up to the Max in Online Gambling Case

The commonwealth of Kentucky and its attorneys refuse to go down without a fight.  On Wednesday, they filed a Motion for Leave to File Brief Exceeding Page Limitations.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Feb/11/2009

Las Vegas Mayor Wants Apology From Obama

Las Vegas' colorful mayor, Oscar Goodman, wants President Barack Obama to apologize for saying that companies shouldn't visit Las Vegas using tax payers money.

"What's a better place, as I say, than for them to come here," Goodman told KLAS-TV. "And to change their mind and to go someplace else and to cancel _ and at the suggestion of the president of the United States _ that's outrageous."

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/11/2009

Bernard Madoff Scammed Professional Poker Player

A professional poker player who is in the Poker Hall of Fame is among the thousands of investors who were scammed out of money by con man financial manager Bernard Madoff.

Submitted by Thomas Somach on, Feb/10/2009

South Carolina Will Rule if Poker is a Game of Skill

South Carolina will be the latest state to determine if poker is a game of skill or game of chance.  After victories in Pennsylvania and Colorado, the poker community took it on the chin when a We

Submitted by Ace King on, Feb/10/2009

Under $500 Round Trip to Amsterdam for CAC?

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Submitted by Guest on, Feb/10/2009

California Wants Legislation Making Online Poker Legal

California lawmakers are working to pass a measure that would legalize online poker.  The state, which has been among the hardest hit by the current recession, would welcome some already existing

Submitted by C Costigan on, Feb/10/2009 Now The Friend of Poker?

It seems like only yesterday the online gambling was fighting to keep 141 domain names from being seized by the commonwealth of Kentucky.  Thanks to an impressive effort by the The Interactive Med

Submitted by C Costigan on, Feb/10/2009

Online Betting in Spain Could be Preempted Another Year

The Spanish Association of Internet Bettors (Aedapi) estimates that the benefits for the companies that operate in this sector exceeded the 200 million euros.

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/10/2009

Breaking News

CNBC: No sex, No gambling as China Tightens Rules on Foreign Investment

CNBC: No sex, No gambling as China Tightens Rules on Foreign Investment

New rules from Beijing prohibit investments in core military technology and anything that endangers national security, according to a report filed by CNBC Monday.

Nobody Hits Powerball: Now at $650 Million

Nobody Hits Powerball: Now $650 Mil

Powerball officials say there was no grand prize winner in the latest drawing, meaning one of the nation's largest lottery jackpots will continue growing.

Doyle Brunson, Daniel Negreanu Go at it Over Confederate Statutes

Doyle Brunson, Daniel Negreanu Go at it Over Confederate Statutes

Negreanu: "The beliefs that Jews should be killed. Robert E. Lee believed blacks needed to be slaves. Both are vile and evil"