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Daniel Tzvetkoff Not Free Yet: Bail Denied After All

Daniel Tzvetkoff
According to reports, disgraced online poker payment processor Daniel Tzvetkoff has been denied bail after all.

Casino Affiliate Programs Dirty Little Secrets Vol. 2

Insiders, punters, media and online casino entrepreneurs, journos and everyone else...The Media Man and Gambling911 expose of the casino affiliate and affiliate program industry was so well received, and in some cases, highly debated, we're giving you a dose of seconds.

888 Holdings 2nd Quarter Disappointing

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888 Holdings Plc, the online gambling company that supplies services for Harrah's Entertainment Inc., fell the most in a year in London trading after saying the second quarter has been "disappointing."

Son Loses Dad’s $1.5 Million Through Online Gambling

A father in China gave his son $1.5 million to have his relationship with his son severed after finding out the son was an online gambler.

Australian Rednecks Jailed in Casino Attack on Indigenous

Australian casinos remain in the news, unfortunately sometimes for the wrong reasons.

GOP and a Democrat: Resist Overturning UIGEA

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A letter is circulating around Washington urging constraint when it comes to repealing the Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act (UIGEA), which essentially outlaws most forms of online gambling including online poker.

Ken Weitzner Home Now on Real Estate Market

Ken Weitzner House
The home owned by online gambling portal founder Ken Weitzner and his wife Jackie is now for sale, Gambling911.com can reveal. The couple died in what was initially ruled a double suicide though the deaths are still under investigation.

Paddy Power Sin Bin: First Confessional Box Sponsorship

Yes it’s true. Ireland’s leading bookmaker has entered into the very first confessional box sponsorship in a Catholic church in England.

Australia’s Burswood Casino Back to Business After Attack

Things are returning to normal at Western Australia's Burswood Casino, and for one of the security team, after a court heard of their security staff ("bouncer") put the hurt on a patron.

A Good Day In Court for Full Tilt Poker

Full Tilt Poker
Full Tilt Poker enjoyed a welcome bit of good news on Monday.

WSEX Payouts Good Only in Sears?

Gambling911.com has been reporting extensively on World Sports Exchange (WSEX.com) and its inability to pay these days. The once proud Antiguan-based online sportsbook has had its reputation dragged through the mud and they will have a tough time recovering following months of slow pays and hideous customer service.

Miami Herald: Online Gambling a Win-Win?

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The Miami Herald on Sunday reported on the multi-billion dollar online gambling sector, asking if it is a “win-win”.

Las Vegas Review Journal Editor, Poker Pro Run Over By Train

The Las Vegas Review Journal has been in the news a lot this past week. First we learn that the newspaper is suing a handful of ventures for reprinting articles, including our friends over at Majorwager.com.

Australian Gambling Device or Just Technology?

As our beloved internet and technology becomes more advanced, increasing questions are being asked about such matters in Australia such as when is a gambling device not a gambling device, but just a computer, and visa versa... you get the idea punters. Internet enabled mobile phones can access gambling and gaming by nature on the web, needless to say internet kiosks and computers sitting at the ready in an internet cafe can do the same, at least in free countries

Aussie Gambling Con Fails To Lay Golden Eggs In Hot Water

Australia and its colourful, often daring, gaming and casino entrepreneurs and their schemes, have been in the news a lot lately, and its been far from all good.

Jay Cohen The Jimmy Swaggart of Online Gambling?

The slow payments at once highly regarded World Sports Exchange (WSEX.com) continued this week. Players requesting information from the troubled wagering establishment out of Antigua were for the most part ignored. News also broke this week that BetCRIS.com had stopped making transfers with World Sports Exchange.

Online Gambling Sites Fools Not to Offer Kentucky Derby Betting

Kentucky Derby Betting
As big an event as the Kentucky Derby is, I’m amazed by how some online gambling sites still don’t offer betting on the Derby or limited offerings such as “matchups only”.

iGaming Super Show Speakers Announced

iGaming Super Show
The iGaming Super Show is scheduled in Prague for May 23 – May 28. It is the event everyone who is serious about online gambling will be attending (get more information here) Gambling911.com will be there as well.

Playtech Casinos Get Blacklisted – Red Hot Revenue

Gambling911.com recently reported on how a group of online casinos utilizing the publicly traded Playtech Casino software platform have been stiffing affiliate partners. This pattern typically carries onto unsuspecting players (customers) as well.

Weitzner’s Will Will Answer Questions

Speculation has been rampant throughout the gambling world as to why Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner killed himself.

Cake Poker Establishes Base In Malta

The Cake Network is pleased to announce that its recently established company in Malta was issued a Letter of Intent by the Malta Lotteries and Gaming Authority in relation to its application for a Class 4 Remote Gaming License.

Daniel Tzvetkoff Surrenders His Passport

Daniel Tzvetkoff
As a condition of indicted online gambling payment processor Daniel Tzvetkoff’s bail, the Australian had to surrender his passport and submit to electronic monitoring.

iGaming Super Show Prague Heating Up

Everyone from the online gambling sector looks to be heading to the May 25-30 iGaming Super Show in Prague.

Harry Reid Getting Into The Online Poker Act

Harry Reid
Is beleaguered Senate leader Harry Reid about to propose his own online poker legislation?

Daniel Tzvetkoff Granted Bail

Despite being a potential flight risk and that he is facing up to 75 years in prison, disgraced online gambling payment processor Daniel Tzvetkoff was granted bail on Wednesday in Vegas.
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