2011 February 20 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
An English poker pro was recently taken to stand trial for murder. Marcus Bebb-Jones, 46, is accused of murdering his wife in 1997.
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The Rio Rancho Police Department and the Bernalillo County Sheriffs Department held its annual poker tournament Saturday for the 1082 Foundation.
The dilemma facing Sweden’s state online and land gambling monopoly Svenska Spel – how to hold back to avoid problem gambling and at the same time press forward to be successful – surfaced this week when the company reported net gaming revenues in decline for the second consecutive year. Major changes to management in years […]
There’s a new 5 reel, 25 variable pay-line RealTime Gaming internet slot on the horizon (next week, actually!) branded Basketbull and themed on the famous basketball organisation that does so much good work among urban youth in the United States. The designers have put together quality comical graphics to carry the basketball theme, backed by […]
The Norwegian media, led initially by the newspaper Dagbladet, is reporting that Culture Minister Anniken Huitfeldt is actively considering ISP filtering to block foreign internet gambling operators. The report comes amid news that increasing numbers of Norwegians leave money on foreign gambling sites and gamble online despite legislative moves since July 2010 to block financial […]
A familiar industry name – that of eCOGRA chief executive Andrew Beveridge – is linked to reports on the progress of a proposed new Dutch law that is intended to regulate online gambling in that country. It seems that Beveridge is also the Chair of the CEN Workshop Agreement for Responsible Remote Gambling, published by […]
The third day of action came to a close Saturday night for the 2011 PokerStars.net Latin American Poker Tour Sao Paulo Main Event .
A Deadwood gambling spot is sponsoring what it calls the state poker championship that could pay up to $100,000 to the winner.