Business & Financial Offers UK Tote for Asian Customer Base

Submitted by Guest on, Apr/27/2011

PokerStars US Payouts Now Available

Though a statement has yet to be released by PokerStars at this time, the online poker firm is now allowing US players to withdraw funds.

US players were shut out of the world’s largest online poker room on April 15 following an indictment against the company by the US Justice Department.  The company and its founder have been charged with money laundering and bank fraud.

Submitted by Ace King on, Apr/26/2011

Microgaming Online Casinos Pulling out of US Market

Reports have surfaced that Microgaming, one of the largest providers of online casinos, will no longer allow US players. 

The company had previously pulled its poker network out of the US market following attempts by the Commonwealth of Kentucky to seize several dozen online gambling-related domain names.  Some Microgaming casinos continued to operate in states where the activity was not specifically deemed illegal. 

The move appears to have coincided with a crackdown against the three largest US-facing Internet poker rooms on April 15.

Submitted by Guest on, Apr/26/2011

Online Poker Sites That Still Take US Customers Surge

Submitted by Ace King on, Apr/26/2011 Absolute Poker Contemplate Next Move

Submitted by C Costigan on, Apr/25/2011

Poker’s Porn King Larry Flynt: How Good a Player?

Larry Flynt made news recently when it was announced that he was opening a "Hustler"-branded online poker room.

Submitted by Thomas Somach on, Apr/25/2011

Full Tilt Poker Money Fails to Arrive for Poker Tournament Show

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Apr/25/2011

Merge Poker Now The Biggest of the US-Facing Online Poker Sites

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Apr/24/2011

Poker “Snitch” Daniel Tzvetkoff Bankrupt and in Witness Protection Program

The man who helped take down Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars and is bankrupt and stuck in a US witness protection program.

Daniel Tzvetkoff, the 25-year-old Australian wiz kid profiled on just hours before the April 15, 2011 bust went down, is profiled in even more lurid details on the pages of the Sydney Morning Herald Monday by Cosima Marriner.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Apr/24/2011

Globe and Mail Intimate Look at PokerStars Founder

The Globe and Mail released quite a fascinating look at the man behind PokerStars, Israeli-born (or perhaps Canadian-born) Isai Scheinberg.

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Apr/22/2011

Land-based Poker Rooms Report Modest Increases Since Online Poker Crackdown

With last week’s crackdown on the three biggest online poker rooms, some of the biggest beneficiaries have been the Vegas card rooms.

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Apr/22/2011

Absolute Poker, Issues Statement Regarding Indictments

Absolute Poker, including the UB (formerly Ultimate Bet) brand, hereafter "Absolute Poker," issued the following statement today:

Submitted by Guest on, Apr/21/2011

William Hill Shares Jump on Strong Start to the Year

Submitted by Guest on, Apr/21/2011

Is Full Tilt Poker Being Asked to Break the Law Again?

Submitted by Ace King on, Apr/20/2011

DOJ Restores Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars domain names to Facilitate Payments

As Part of Agreements, Use of Domain Names and Will Be Restored to Facilitate Return of U.S. Player Funds

Submitted by Guest on, Apr/20/2011 Suspends Real Cash Play by US Poker Customers in Wake of Crackdown officially decided to prohibit US customers from playing in their card room for “real cash” effective Wednesday morning.

A popup announcement appeared on the site for any US resident attempting to access the cash rooms.  The company had permitted “real cash” play for the past few years following an indictment handed down by the US Justice Department.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Apr/20/2011

ESPN Will Air 2011 WSOP: Latest Developments re: Online Poker Crackdown

While ESPN has scrambled to remove advertisements from online poker sponsors and certain programming in the wake of a federal crackdown on industry behemoths PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker, the
Submitted by C Costigan on, Apr/19/2011

Judge Who Ruled in Favor of Gambling911 Throws Out Madoff Lawsuit

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Apr/19/2011

Mixed Martial Arts Takes Hit From Full Tilt Poker Shutdown

There are rumblings throughout the Mixed Martial Arts community that the shutdown of Full Tilt Poker on Friday may cause the sport to take a significant hit on sponsorship dollars. 

Submitted by Ace King on, Apr/19/2011

Breaking News

Nuns Gone Wild: Pilfer Catholic School to Support Gambling Habit

Nuns Gone Wild: Pilfer Catholic School to Support Gambling Habit

Two nuns at St. James Catholic School in Torrance, California allegedly embezzled as much as $500,000 in tuition, fees and donations, all to support their gambling addiction.

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