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2 Men With Ties to Killer Bookie Convicted Again

2 Men With Ties to Killer Bookie Convicted Again

Two men have again been convicted of being part of a sports betting operation in Columbia.

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Online Slots Players Get Football Frenzy for Super Bowl 50

Online Slots Players Get Football Frenzy for Super Bowl 50

The hype leading up to Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Feb. 7 has already carried over to the USA online casinos where you can play online slots for real money.

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DFS Fight Comes to the Heartland as Nebraska Legislators Mull Over Bill

DFS Fight Comes to the Heartland as Nebraska Legislators Mull Over Bill

Gambling opponents are fighting a bill that would allow fantasy sports websites to operate in Nebraska, even though the industry estimates that 300,000 people in the state are already playing.

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Pinnacle Sports Reports Suspicious Betting Activity at Australian Open

Pinnacle Sports Reports Suspicious Betting Activity at Australian Open

Players involved in a mixed doubles match at the Australian Open said Monday they were interviewed by the Tennis Integrity Unit after a newspaper reported it had attracted suspicious betting patterns.

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Finally A Casino Ranking Site Based on User FeedBack

Finally A Casino Ranking Site Based on User FeedBack

PlaySlots4RealMoney.com is a online and mobile casino review website. We rate and rank real money online and mobilecasinos based on the feedback that we received from our readers.

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‘Rat Casino’ Shows Rodents are Riskier Gamblers

‘Rat Casino’ Shows Rodents are Riskier Gamblers

Scientists from Canada’s University of British Columbia have discovered that rodents are more prone to taking risks when gambling.  They built a “rat casino” to prove their point. 

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Costa Rica Pay Per Head Sportsbook Sites

Costa Rica Pay Per Head Sportsbook Sites

When it comes to betting on sports and online gambling in general, the country of Costa Rica has been at the forefront of this industry for the past two decades.

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Mark Cuban Says Texas AG Needs to Stop ‘Grandstanding’ in Wake of DFS Decision

Mark Cuban Says Texas AG Needs to Stop ‘Grandstanding’ in Wake of DFS Decision

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton declared daily fantasy sports illegal in his state Tuesday, putting more pressure on the embattled industry and leading sites DraftKings and FanDuel.

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Tennis Match Fixing Evidence Widely Ignored Claim Investigators

Tennis Match Fixing Evidence Widely Ignored Claim Investigators

Investigators placed in charge of looking into suspicious betting patterns on professional tennis matches claim strong evidence they discovered was widely ignored according to a BBC and BuzzFeed report.

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Revel Casino in Atlantic City to Reopen

Revel owner Glen Straub says he plans to reopen the shuttered resort with a casino, although a smaller one than what was there before.

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Tennis Stars Call Authorities ‘Hypocritical’ for Partnering With Gambling Companies

Tennis Stars Call Authorities ‘Hypocritical’ for Partnering With Gambling Compan

Andy Murray finds it “hypocritical” that tennis authorities are trying to stamp out match-fixing run by gambling syndicates but have partnered with a major gambling company that is now advertising on the Australian Open’s show courts.

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Reuters: Why Experts Say World Tennis has Been Ripe for Match-Fixing

Reuters: Why Experts Say World Tennis has Been Ripe for Match-Fixing

Big financial incentives for gamblers, small tournaments of little consequence to top players and the ease of fixing the outcome of a one-on-one sport have helped turn world tennis into a haven for match-fixers, according to experts and industry insiders.

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Novak Djokovic Confesses He Was Once Offered $200K to Fix Tennis Match

Novak Djokovic Confesses He Was Once Offered $200K to Fix Tennis Match

World number one Novak Djokovic said a member of his staff was approached about fixing a match early in his career, and he questioned whether betting companies should be allowed to sponsor big tennis tournaments.

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Carolina, Arizona, New England, Denver Success Not a Complete Blow to Local Bookies

Carolina, Arizona, New England, Denver Success Not a Complete Blow to Local Book

The success of Carolina, Arizona, New England and Denver this NFL season might on the surface seem like a painful experience for local bookies who serve each of these teams fan bases.  

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Houston Police Officers Tied to Offshore Sports Betting Ring

Houston Police Officers Tied to Offshore Sports Betting Ring

Two former Houston police sergeants are among those being investigated by federal authorities for allegedly running an illegal online sports gambling business with links to the Dallas area.

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WSEX Co-Founder Pleads Guilty Following 17 Years of Being a Fugitive

A co-founder of now defunct World Sports Exchange (WSEX) has pleaded guilty to gambling-related charges after remaining a fugitive for over 17 years. 

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ThePOGG.com Approved by UK Gambling Commission to Assist Online Gambling Affiliates

ThePOGG.com Approved by UK Gambling Commission to Assist Online Gambling Affilia

The United Kingdom Gambling Commission has approved ThePOGG.com as an Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) service. 

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Bitcoin Betting Online – Latest News: Extortion Group Taken Down

Bitcoin betting online is readily available these days after a long cautious delay.  It is fast becoming the number one method for depositing and withdrawing funds at sportsbooks, poker rooms and online casinos.

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In Record Powerball Game, a Look at Winners and Losers

In Record Powerball Game, a Look at Winners and Losers

When the largest-ever lottery prize is finally awarded, the winners and losers will extend well beyond the lucky few who hit the jackpot....Here's a breakdown of how Powerball affects the players, the public and others.

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Three Winning Powerball Tickets Sold: LA, Melbourne Beach, FL, Tennessee

Three Winning Powerball Tickets Sold: LA, Melbourne Beach, FL, Tennessee

An eye-popping and unprecedented Powerball jackpot whose rise to almost $1.6 billion became a national fascination will be split three ways.

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Massachusetts Man Sues DraftKings For Millions After Losing $175

Massachusetts Man Sues DraftKings For Millions After Losing $175

A Massachusetts man is suing Boston-based DraftKings for millions of dollars alleging the company was running an “illegal online sports betting business” in which he lost (drum roll please) $175.

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Powerball Jumps to $1.5 Billion

Powerball Jumps to $1.5 Billion

The world's largest lottery jackpot has grown to $1.5 billion because of continuing strong Powerball ticket sales.  Lottery officials increased their estimate of the huge jackpot for the second day in a row

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Daily Fantasy Sports Sites Raise Concern Over Massachusetts Regulations

Daily Fantasy Sports Sites Raise Concern Over Massachusetts Regulations

Daily fantasy sports operators raised objections Tuesday to some of the regulations proposed for the online contests in Massachusetts, including a minimum 21-year-old age and restrictions on how much players can spend each month.

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Picking sides on the Legality of Fantasy Sports

Picking sides on the Legality of Fantasy Sports

The Fantasy Sports Debate has recently been heating up with the state of New York first banning residents from participating in DraftKings and FanDuel, and then just the other day an appellate court ruled in favor ...

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Bookies Celebrate Clemson Cover, Though Saban Wins Again

Bookies Celebrate Clemson Cover, Though Saban Wins Again

All the talk is about Alabama Crimson head coach Nick Saban joining Bear Bryant as the only coaches in the history of the game to win at least five national championships.  But for bookies it was all about the Clemson Tigers managing to cover.

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