2010 June 01 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Grinder hoping he doesn’t get screwed on the river… For those who don’t know, the WSOP has a logo policy for TV tables: no company can have more than three people wearing its patch.
Friends and colleagues are hosting a poker tournament with proceeds benefiting a Palm Beach County Deputy Sheriff battling cancer.
The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act comes into full effect Tuesday nearly four years after Congress passed the law under controversial circumstances.
Parlay Entertainment Inc., a major Canadian provider of Internet and TV bingo software, has released its Q1/2010 results to end March this year.
Chief executive officer Scott White says that the company has invested significant financial and human capital resources in the development of its Alderney and North American gaming platforms.
“Throughout Q1 2010, we continued the […]
Readers may well ask what penny auctions have to do with online gambling, and the answer is that growing numbers of online gambling operators are finding that adding such a facility increases interest and site traffic.
The Swedish company Auctionbringer Ltd claims it is the world’s first B2B provider of a Penny Auction network, and its […]
The mystery buyer of the Slots.com domain is a mystery no more – Calvin Ayre’s Bodog Brand.com company has announced that it was the purchaser.
Ayre’s firm paid $5.5 million for the domain following an initially unsuccessful auction recently.
Bodog Brand.com will eventually license Slots.com to online gaming operators “in a fashion similar to the way the […]
Championship pro Mark Seif has a reputation as a loose-aggressive player . . . wild .
When playing Hold’Em poker, you have to decide at each juncture whether or not to continue with a hand.
The police in Hong Kong have issued a strong pubic warning that they intend to be on the lookout for illegal gambling on the football World Cup, which kicks off in South Africa June 11.
Although gambling is a popular activity in Hong Kong, it is strictly controlled. Betting is only allowed through the official Hong […]