2011 March 20 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
During the latest game of High Stakes Poker poker pro Barry Greenstein lost all his chips.
Gov. Fred B. Balzar has signed the six-week divorce act and the so-called ‘wide open’ gaming bill.
That adds just one more layer to the anger, frustration and confusion that so many of us are experiencing daily.
PokerStars are proud to host many flagship online events on a daily basis on the world’s biggest online poker site and the Super Tuesday Major is one of the most hotly contested of these tournaments on the virtual felt.
Video poker may find its way into prominence around Illinois if one man has his way.
Seven French internet service providers are questioning laws that require them to block Five Dimes.com, an internet gambling site operating from Costa Rica on servers hosted in that country by domestic provider ICE. La Tribune reports that the service providers took issue in an appeal court in Paris with a Euro 10,000 daily fine imposed […]
The determined efforts of the Cyprus government to prohibit online gambling despite being the home to many internet gambling companies has caused a new uproar among politicians, with some claiming that such a ban sets the scene for a monopoly by the Greek state company OPAP. Online gambling operators have joined the outcry, claiming they […]
Week seven of the Nevada Legislature begins Monday with a marathon day that will include the first night-time floor meetings of the 2011 session as legislators rush to meet the deadline for individual bill introductions, reports Associated Press. Monday is the deadline for individual lawmakers to introduce bills that they are sponsoring. Leaders of the […]
Speculation that a fresh government in Holland would bring a more progressive approach to the legalisation of online gambling (see previous InfoPowa reports) appears to have been confirmed. The Reuters news agency quoted Dutch government sources as saying that there had been a policy change, and that the new coalition government, which came to power […]