2010 August 25 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
We made it to the middle of the week folks! In the lineup today we’ve got, the latest Inside Deal episode from the Bristol crew, Dan Fleyshman has confirmed that Victory Poker is moving to the Cake Poker Network and hinted that their might be a cake fight that Sara Underwood will be involved in, and more.
A West Carrollton club owner accused of running poker tournaments pleaded guilty Wednesday, Aug.
The North Liberty Fire Department’s Second Annual Salute to Summer will be Saturday at Bobber’s Grill, 1850 Scales Bend Road in North Liberty.
Jonathan Little started Day 4 of the World Poker Tour Legends of Poker Main Event with a big stack and high hopes of winning his third WPT title.
Server Based Gaming specialist Inspired Gaming has announced that it has met all Italian market VLT requirements set by regulator L’Amministrazione autonoma dei monopoli di Stato (AAMS). The firm claims that it is only the third company to achieve this standard, which enables it to deploy its Open VLT platform in the new Italian market […]
Every player who registers for the Boylepoker.com IPO by September 20, 2010 will be entered into an online freeroll.
The operator of the Piggs Peak online casino in Swaziland, Casino Enterprises, has reacted to yesterday’s judicial ruling that in the online environment gambling takes place at the physical interaction point. The ruling, by Judge N.B. Tuchten in the North Gauteng High Court, effectively makes all online gambling and promotion in South Africa illegal, claims […]
The founder of Casino Affiliate Programs and a top affiliate marketer, Lou Fabiano (47) has died in a Florida Intensive Care Unit only days before his birthday. Fabiano, who had a heart condition, succumbed to pneumonia, it is understood, leaving his wife Marie and a large family. Fabiano and his partner Warren Jolly featured prominently […]
A player in the Atlantic Lottery Lotto Max missed out on a Cdn$30 million win last week by declining to purchase an incorrectly issued ticket in a convenience store. Store owner Shawn Noel told CBC News: “The [clerk] printed it off and made a mistake on the machine, and it came out $27. She offered […]