2010 May 30 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
It’s not often that bow ties and Texas Hold Em’ poker go together, but odd alliances form when a country is deep in debt and $40 billion is sitting right there on the table.
A man who was caught counterfeiting poker chips was sentenced this week. Fifty year old William Reece Lancaster was sentenced to five years probation.
If Anne Rice can sell 100 million copies of her books, she should have no trouble with her residence in Rancho Mirage, Calif., recently listed for $3.3 million.
Note: The Reno Gazette-Journal made repeated attempts to contact Cecilia Stern and Gary Bernstein.
Poker is normally an intense activity at best; but, add a $50,000 out-of-pocket buy-in and a million and a half winners purse and the level intensity goes up an order of magnitude.
With much talk of Canadian provincial governments entering the online gambling sector as operators or regulators, the subject has become a priority with several governments.
This is particularly so regarding the Atlantic Lottery Corporation which is owned by a partnership of provinces and is keen to get in on the internet action.
The provincial governments of […]
The weekend has seen a surge in mainstream reportage on internet gambling in newspapers across Australia; most of it related to the conclusions reached by the government’s Productivity Commission.
The report has broadly suggested that the regulation and licensing of online gambling better serves the protection of Australians then trying to stop the thousands of online […]
The Baltic state of Estonia, which recently commenced regulating and licensing online gambling operators has named its third licensee.
Triogames has been given the Estonian Tax and Customs Board’s nod of approval to operate online casino games and an online lottery under its Triobet brand.
Underlining its commitment to the enforcement of its regulatory regime, the Board […]
A co-owner of the now-closed Club Infiniti poker club says the threat of an impending raid from township police was the main factor leading to the club’s shutdown.