2012 April 07 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The California Department of Alcohol Beverage Control has shut down charitable Texas Hold ‘Em poker games at the Elks Lodge, claiming the lodge doesn’t have a gaming permit.
Victor Ostrowidzki, a veteran newspaperman whose career ranged from covering Gov.
Inside Gaming: PokerListings Hungry for Cake, More Bad News for North End of LV Strip, and Dealers’ Union Fights Tip Sharing This week, Caesars announced that it sold a stake in Caesars Interactive to its partner in a few brick-and-mortar deals.
Bigpoint, a worldwide provider of online games with more than 261 million registered users, and Mazooma, a popular Canadian internet payment processor signed an agreement […]Read the rest »
Online gambling has been bundled together with perceived harmful or socially unacceptable activities associated with adult sites, weapons and tobacco; it appears from the list […]Read the rest »
The furore over the failure of Worldspreads continued to build Saturday with a report in the UK newspaper The Telegraph detailing questionable conduct by the […]Read the rest »
With interest in the spread betting genre high in the wake of the recent failure of Worldspreads, the mainstream media have picked up on a […]Read the rest »
As bars, restaurants and truck stops begin applying for video poker licenses, many may find old ordinances lurking in dusty ledgers that will keep them from cashing in.
The fallout from Jeffrey Pollack’s ill-timed temper tantrum continues.A CardPlayer continued their Epic Poker League exposA© , this time following the money.A Using the Federated Sports & Gaming bankruptcy documents filed with the court April 4th, CardPlayer breaks down the numbers and lays bare the full extent of the the Epic Poker League’s … (more)