2010 August 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The federal government estimates 750 organized crime groups, including the Hells Angels, operate nationwide.
Boylepoker today launches its expanded satellite schedule for October’s Boylepoker.com International Poker Open in Dublin.
After a month-long hiatus, fresh episodes of the PokerStars.net Big Game returned to the airwaves last week.
The EPT tournament in Estonia is gearing up for a close finish. A host of top poker players are fighting it out to be crowned the inaugural winner of the European Poker Tour Tallinn champion.
LINCOLN COUNTY, N.C. The trial of Michael Segal, the man accused of murdering Delmer Sisk over a video poker machine in 2006, continued Monday morning.
Finland’s government may need to batten down the hatches for an imminent media and advertising storm generated by its attempts to establish an online poker monopoly. The Finns started manoeuvring on the issue at the beginning of 2010, when the government released its plan to open a state-run internet poker room along the lines of […]
The London publication CityAM reports that internet betting group Betfair plans to roll out an online multilateral trading facility in London later this year, using its proprietary software platform and financed initially by start-up capital from the main group. Betfair received FSA regulatory approval for the platform, which will allow investors to exchange contracts for […]
Most people spend their Sunday nights winding down from busy weekend activities and preparing for the week ahead.
The Southtown Star’s Kristen McQueary explains a little more about the legislation Pat Quinn recently signed to make it easier for video poker game operators with a illegal gambling past to get licenses.