2011 April 05 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
INDEPENDENT federal MP Rob Oakeshott is under growing pressure from clubs in his NSW electorate to reject poker machine reforms which the industry claims will cost hundreds of jobs in his seat.
One thing I considered crucial to a proper poker approach for 2011 was focusing my energy on the online quotidian and not spending time and energy travelling to the big “live” poker tournaments that take place all over the world, all year around.
Candywriter has introduced Dogs Playing Poker 1.0 for Mac OS X, a comic take on the old meme.
Skillstar.com, a BetClicEverest French online gaming website that offers skill gaming, has announced that it will be extending its game experience to television with the launch of a TV Web Show. Skillstar will offer gamers a chance to play from home live on a TV gameshow through skillstar.com and a webcam. The first application is […]
Greek betting monopoly OPAP is scouting the market for an IT supplier as its current contract with Intralot is due to end in July 2012. The Group’s strategy to expand outside Greece with video lottery and online betting will have a large bearing on any supplier it selects. Reuters reports that Intralot and Lottomatica subsidiary […]
Online betting exchange, Betfair, has become the St. George Reds’ latest sponsor and official wagering partner, the Queensland Rugby Union announced this week. The deal includes advertising across the Reds digital platform, in-stadium advertising and grass signage at home games. Queensland Rugby, CEO, Jim Carmichael said: “Betfair has been involved with the Australian Rugby Union […]
AFP/Getty ImagesA new rule could help Atlantic city casinos increase their profits. ATLANTIC CITY — A new rule that took effect today lets Atlantic City’s casinos terminate some multi-machine slot jackpots and keep money that would have been used to…
On Sunday night, FSN’s coverage of the World Poker Tour’s ninth season continued with Part II of the Festa al Lago from the Bellagio .
Castle Tip No. 37: Never steal another writer’s muse. Castle exclusive: Lie to Me star sets his sights on Beckett That’s a lesson Lie to Me star Brendan Hines will learn the hard way when he guest-stars on the ABC drama as Alex Gordon, a young crime novelist and the protg of Richard Castle .