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Live Coverage on NY Hearing to Determine Fate of DraftKings, FanDuel

Throughout the years, Gambling911.com has been live at court hearings involving the gambling industry.  On Wednesday November 25, 2015 we were present covering a hearing to determine the operating status of Daily Fantasy Sports companies DraftKings and FanDuel in the state of New York. 

We were among the first news outlets to report that Judge Manuel Mendez would require one to two weeks to make his final decision. 

Live Coverage from NY Court on Decision to Allow DraftKings, FanDuel to Operate in State - Wednesday November 25, 2015

Submitted by C Costigan on, Nov/25/2015

And the 2015 Battle of Malta Winner Is....

Nicolas Proust has won the 2015 Battle of Malta and a cool €165,000 that comes with it.  That low €550 really paid off.

The only drawback to winning, Proust couldn’t participate in all the great parties associated with BOM as the poker continued way into the early morning hours, beyond the time we were even out partying.

The 29-year-old former tennis coach from France is now etched in the Maltese history books for claiming the title at the biggest live poker tournament ever held on Malta.

Submitted by Ace King on, Nov/09/2015

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Bitcoin Closes in on All Time High: One Trader Hit by ‘Severe’ Cyber Attack

Bitcoin Closes in on All Time High: One Trader Hit by ‘Severe’ Cyber Attack

Bitcoin, the popular anonymous digital currency utilized in the world of online gambling and other industries, was up 0.7 percent, or $7.50, to $1,115 a coin.

Suspects in N. Korean Slaying Coated Their Hands With Poison

Suspects in N. Korean Slaying Coated Their Hands With Poison

The women suspected of fatally poisoning the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un were reportedly trained to coat their hands with toxic chemicals then wipe them on Kim Jong Nam’s face. 

Former Fed on Probe of Wichita Poker Pro: ‘Timing of Letters Unusual’

Former Fed on Probe of Wichita Poker Pro: ‘Timing of Letters Unusual’

“Normally those types of notifications are made or affected after the indictment rather than before,” former agent says.