Nathan Gamble defeated the 830-player field of the $15K Pot Limit Ohaha Hi-Lo event to win his first ever WSOP bracelet and $223,339 Sunday night.
The National History Museum will display the remains of the Loch Ness Monster (or "Nessie") on exchange for verifying its existence on behalf of bookmakers, the London Telegraph is report
The gambling public came back with a vengeance Sunday afternoon following a brutal two weeks in College Football. NFL results had the two most bet on teams come through for sports bettors.
The biggest was the Minnesota Vikings, who had nearly 95 percent of the action in their game against Cleveland. By the 4th quarter, the Brett Favre-led Vikings were dismantling the Browns.
Dallas, which had the second heaviest betting action and 85 percent of the money coming in, also managed a win.
It is turning into one of the best College Football starts in online bookmaking history. Week 2 delivered yet another punch to the gambling public, even worse than Week 1. The ultimate blow cam
Here's one advantage the offshore books have over those on the Strip: They can post odds on anything they want to.
In what was arguably the best showing for online bookmakers and the Vegas shops of any College Football season opener, the public lost nearly every game this past weekend. The carnage was enoug
The US 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) of 2006, rejecting arguments that the law was vague and intruded on individual privacy rights.
According to a report in Friday's edition of AM Costa Rica, the financial ministry is about to present to the legislature a bill to regulate online casino
Delaware, and eventually New Jersey, should have the right to OK or turn down sports betting.
Bob Simpson, associate executive director of the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware, told Baptist Press in March that Baptists in Delaware and elsewhere must continue to oppose expanded gambli
BetonSports customers can, for the first time, thank the US Government for actually coming through for them.
Sure he lost and everyone had money on Tiger Woods, but Ireland's biggest bookmaker was so certain that Woods would win they wagered the house on him doing so, literally.
By SEAN O'SULLIVAN
The News Journal
Attorneys for the state of Delaware formally responded to the emergency effort to stop sports betting before it starts.
They charge the four national sports leagues and the National Collegiate Athletic Association have "not shown exceptional circumstances" exist to justify having the U.S. 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals step in.
Great news for online bookmakers with the upcoming 2010 World Cup: The US soccer fan base is growing, and so too is the amount of betting on key games.
(Associated Press) - The NCAA approved a policy Thursday that would ban states, such as Delaware, from hosting championship events if they allow fans to bet on single games.
Chancellors and presidents from all three NCAA divisions approved the measure, saying it applies to "any session of an NCAA championship," though it does not apply to states that allow parlay betting, lottery tickets, pull tabs and sports pools.
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By Chad Millman
ESPN The Magazine
According to a report filed by Staten Island Live, D.A. Daniel Donovan (above)is not thrilled with the prospect of legal sports betting coming to Atlantic City Casinos.
Following news over the past two weeks that the Government of Costa Rica is considering taxing online gambling firms operating in that country, operators have told Gambling911.com they would leave
By Adam Williams
As late Monday night turned into early Tuesday morning only a handful of gamblers occupied two of the six poker tables in the Horseshoe Casino on Avenida 1 in downtown San José. At the more populated of the two tables, the minimum bet to play a hand of blackjack was ¢2,000, or about $3.30.
By CRIS BARRISH
The News Journal
The Court of Appeal has dismissed a case brought by Britain's leading bookmakers against the operators of half the country's racecourses over the screening of live race coverage.
Bookmakers William Hill, Ladbrokes and Bookmakers' Afternoon Gaming Services had claimed that Turf TV, run by Alphameric Gaming and Racecourse Media Services Ltd (RMS), itself owned by companies representing 31 of Britain's 59 racecourses, was the product of an illegal cartel under both UK and European competition law.
Among those charged are three Australians, including Melbourne-based executive Jason O'Connor
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.