The House of Representatives has approved amended agreements that could lead to Connecticut’s first casino on nontribal land.
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One of the most recognized professional poker players in the world, Phil Ivey, sits down with CBS Sports James Brown in a candid “60 Minutes” segment on Showtime October 7, 2014. Ivey is not known for giving many interviews.
Antonio Esfandiari and Phil Laak appear in a new TV show that debuted on the Discovery Network Wednesday night at 10 pm EDT.
The program focuses on the two pros searching for underground poker games with the premier episode set in New Orleans.
Discovery Channel provides the premise for the series:
The popular and well produced PBS series “Frontline” this month (September 2014) will profile the Chinese gambling enclave of Macau. Watch It Here
Veteran correspondent Lowell Bergman explores how this former Portuguese colony become the gambling capital of the world. And, yes, Macau is bigger than Vegas….way bigger than Vegas.
ESPN’s popular “Outside the Lines” will feature an expose on Fantasy Football betting this coming Sunday August 17, 2014, Gambling911.com’s Thomas Somach can report exclusively. Airing will occur at 9 am EST on ESPN.
Ben Koo of AwfulAnnouncing.com suggests that CNBC Prime has been “tempting fate” with its airing of the controversial sports betting “reality” show “Money Talks”.
A damning report on TheSmokingGun.com suggests that MSNBC host, the Reverend Al Sharpton, was once a Mob associate-turned FBI snitch.
Arthur Chu has turned the art of wagering into a science, and from it has earned a whopping $300,000!
The 30-year-old Cleveland native and first-generation Chinese-American last month won 10 straight games on the popular TV game show Jeopardy! to become the third-biggest money-winner in the 50-year history of the show (he lost his 11th game and earned a total of $298,200).
Sportsbook.com released betting odds on who will replace the longest running late night talk show host David Letterman. Those odds were available here.
A new Mob series is about to begin airing on Oprah Winfrey’s OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network). Just what we need, another Mob reality series. Weren’t “Mob Wives” and “Amish Mafia” enough?
Well, “The Diamond Collar” will be different….much different.
The series features former Gambino Mob enforcer
Responding to the controversy over CNBC’s decision to air a sports handicapping reality series “Money Talks” based on something that arguably may not be reality at all, one of the more colorful Vegas sports handicappers blasted the network’s decision.
CNBC’s announcement that they will be airing a new sports handicapping reality series this fall called “Money Talks” is beginning to cause quite a backlash.
Sam Simon, creator of “The Simpsons’ animated television series and a fixture on the World Series of Poker scene in past years, disclosed he only has a few months to live.
This Friday (July 26, 2013), ‘Dateline’ on NBC will feature a segment on South Carolina bookie Brett Parker entitled “Mystery at Ascot Estates”.
The show, which will air at 9 pm EST, features interviews with friends and associates of Parker’s wife, Tammy Jo Parker. Brett is currently serving a life sentence for shooting to death Tammy Jo and a sports betting clerk, Bryan Capnerhurst.
The Richland County Sheriff’s Department’s lead investigator is also interviewed by “Dateline”.
Los Angeles, CA - World Poker Tour®, the world’s leading purveyor of high-quality, high-stakes televised poker tournaments is launching WPT Alpha8™, an all-new, global series of super high-roller poker tournaments broadcast on FOX Sports 1, premiering in March 2014.
Gambling911.com Special Contributor and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential candidate Wayne Root appeared on “Piers Morgan” Wednesday night to discuss gun control, the recent IRS scnadal and President Obama, among other things.
Root, as Morgan notes, signed up with the NRA immediately after the shootings at a primary school in Sandy Hook, Connecticut that left 27 dead, most of whom were small children.
Gambling911.com’s Thomas Somach has confirmed that the CBS news magazine “60 Minutes” will be airing an update on a story about online gambling that featured co-founders of the now defunct sports betting site World Sports Exchange
Somach tells Gambling911.com "60 Minutes" will simply be mentioning the suicide, likely at the end of an upcoming program. The exact date is not known. The original story about WSEX.com and Schillinger from 12 years ago is not likely to be re-aired.
Jimmy Fallon Show replacement odds were now available at Sportsbook.com with Seth Meyers of ‘SNL’ the 5-1 favorite. That is hardly a “lock” however.
PokerStars on Wednesday released its new TV advertisements to air globally featuring tennis star Rafa Nadal, himself an accomplished poker player.
The ad spots feature Nadal competing online at PokerStars against a fictional character representing one of the site’s 50 million players.
When several prominent poker players lose their lives, the CSI team is called to investigate before more victims surface.
The “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” episode aired Wednesday night but you can still watch online here.
Mike Matusow beat Phil Hellmuth in the highly anticipated NBC Heads-Up Poker Championship, taking in $750k.
The National Heads Up Championship returned to the Caesars Palace Las Vegas for the period January 24-26, 2013 following a year-long hiatus. This event will be broadcast on NBC.
In a tweet sent out by Matusow, the self-proclaimed “mouth’ pondered his big win.
The highly anticipated 2013 NBC Heads-Up Invitational has announced those poker players participating, and these are certainly some of the biggest names in the game.
Doyle Brunson, Jonathan Duhamel, Andy Bloch, Tom “Durrrr” Dwan, Barry Greenstein, Antonio Esfandiari, Jennifer Harman and Brian Hastings just to name a few. You can’t go wrong with this crowd.
A show about Las Vegas’ most powerful women, “Sin City Rules” is set to make its debut on TLC December 9 (10 pm ET). Among those featured in this latest reality series, poker pro and Hollywood starlet Jennifer Harman.
A promo for the upcoming series includes each of the female cast members offering up a brief description of who they are.
“I’m one of the women who runs this town.”
A much anticipated episode of The Simpsons will air this Sunday (November 11, 2012) whereby little Lisa learns how to play online poker and is taught by none other than “Bride of Chucky” star Jennifer Tilly.
Ms. Tilly herself is one of the most accomplished poker players on the circuit today.
Gambling911.com first got wind of this episode’s production last March after it was leaked to media outlets.
Politician and Las Vegas oddsmaker and 2008 Libertarian Vice Presidential nominee Wayne Allyn Root tells “Say Anything” host Joy Behar why he thinks Mitt Romney will prevail on Election Day.
A new reality TV show on the American cable network The Learning Channel (TLC) will chronicle the lives of five high-powered women in Las Vegas, including professional poker player Jennifer Harman.
The show, called "Vegas High Rollers," is set to debut later this year, TLC announced.
Chicago, previously known for the likes of Al Capone, Michael Jordan and Steve Bartman, is the latest locale for a reality TV show about a family-owned pawn shop.
First came the History Channel's "Pawn Stars," about day-to-day goings-on at a Las Vegas pawn shop.
The show was so successful--it's History's top-rated program--that rival network truTV ripped off the idea and created "Hardcore Pawn," about the daily antics at a Detroit pawn shop (it's truTv's top-rated show).
Madden football video games.
The latest season of "Hard Knocks."
The latest season of "Hard Knocks?"
Yup, it looks like HBO's NFL-themed reality TV show "Hard Knocks," which premiered its seventh season last week, has become the latest form of sports media to jinx the athletes it embraces.
The re-airing of a “48 Hours Mystery” episode on the Ernie Scherer III bludgeoning of his parents in 2008 managed to beat “UFC On Fox 4” in the Saturday night ratings.
Two weeks worth of “Poker After Dark” episodes taped back in 2010 will air for the very first time on the NBC Sports Network (check your local listings) beginning Monday night, June 4, at 12:30 am ET.
Jamie Gold's greatest fear is that his dead grandmother's ghost will see him naked!
Gold, winner of the 2006 World Series of Poker Main Event, has stared down some of the toughest card sharks in the world, and gone all-in with the best of them.
He's endured the pressure that comes with the WSOP Main Event televised final table, earning pro poker's largest-ever cash prize--$12 million.
But when it comes to spooks, spirits, ghosts, ghouls or poltergeists, he's ready to fold every time.
Do you want your bookie business to stand out?
Phil Ivey, one of the greats in the world of poker, and the late Dave “Devilfish” Ullioit have been inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame over the weekend.