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Las Vegas Review-Journal Sues Online Gambling Portal

A company associated with the Las Vegas Review-Journal is suing the popular online gambling portal Majorwager.com claiming it has posted the online newspaper’s articles without permission, specifically infringing on copyrights.

Arlo Devlin-Brown Gets Rare Praise From Online Gambling Biz

Last year, Assistant United States Attorney Arlo Devlin-Brown seized some $50 million in funds belonging to online poker’s largest firms, PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker. Since that time, Devlin-Brown has been mounting a case against the online gambling sector.

Raw: Complaint Against Daniel Tzvetkoff

Daniel Tzvetkoff Arrested
DANIEL TZVETKOFF was arrested in Las Vegas this morning on charges that he assisted illegal internet gambling companies by processing approximately $500 million in transactions between U.S. gamblers and internet gambling websites and disguising the transactions to the banks so that they would appear unrelated to gambling.

Online Gambling: Tzvetkoff Charged With Laundering $500 Million

Daniel Tzvetkoff
News broke late Friday that Australian payment processing guru Daniel Tzvetkoff has been indicted on charges for allegedly laundering some $500 million in online gambling proceeds.

Australia Likely To Get Online Gambling Legalisation Soon

Online Gambling
Australia is heading towards getting new laws, legislation... the works, to cover the online gaming - gambling sector, following the global trend.

Marvel Comics Commits Material Breach Claims Cryptologic

Marvel Enterprises
CryptoLogic Limited (TSX: CRY)(TSX: CXY)(NASDAQ: CRYP)(LSE: CRP), a global developer of branded online betting games and Internet casino software, announces that arbitration proceedings have been formally commenced by WagerLogic Ltd. (a wholly owned subsidiary of CryptoLogic Limited) against Marvel Enterprises Inc.

Ken Weitzner Considered Suicide 4 Years Ago

Ken Weitzner Suicide
Website owner Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner, who operated Eye on Gambling (www.eog.com) and committed suicide last week, eerily spoke about considering suicide in a post he made on EOG more than four years ago.

Aussie AFL footballer Brendan Fevola Gambling Addiction

Brendan Favola
Media Man and Gambling911 investigate and tell it like it is in regard to Brendan Fevola...

Ken Weitzner May be Poster Child for Anti Online Gambling Folks

Ken Weitzner
It may not be long until we start hearing online gambling foes in Washington throwing the name "Ken Weitzner" into their self-absorbed agendas to ban Internet poker and sports betting. Weitzner and his wife Jackie Balance were discovered this past weekend dead of an apparent double suicide.

Online Gambling Prohibition: Blame it on Abramoff

Online Gambling
Uber-lobbyist Jack Abramoff has long been noted as the individual who allowed online gambling to thrive unregulated, unlicensed and - for a few years - free from prosecution. Whether the industry should thank him or not remains debatable since these days his associations are mostly frowned upon, and online gambling happened to be one such association.

BetOnLine.com New Ownership Should Keep Ship Afloat

BetOnLine.com
BetOnLine.com has new ownership that’s been getting gradually integrated over the past few months and the news is good I, Jagajeet Chiba, can report with blitheness.

Weitzner’s Rivals Speak Out

Owners of rival websites are speaking out about the shocking double suicide of gambling-themed website owner Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner and his wife last week in a Virginia garage.

Online Sportsbooks Mean Big Business For Online Poker

Some in the online poker community choose to brandish sports betting as “shady” and “not as important in the whole scheme of things” when it comes to the online gambling sector.

Gambling911.com Founder Discusses Ken Weitzner

Ken Weitzner
As many Gambling911.com readers may know, Gambling911.com founder Chris Costigan once worked for TheRx.com, a website owned and operated by Kenneth "The Shrink" Weitzner. This past weekend, Weitzner and his wife Jackie's bodies were found in their Chesapeake, Virginia home. The deaths are being ruled a double suicide.

Daly Says Shrink ‘Obsessed’

Ken Weitzner
A former employee of Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner says the controversial gambling news website owner who died last week was an "obsessed" man whose desire to dominate a rival fueled his success.

Cops Won’t Release Weitzner Details

Kenneth Weitzer
Police in Chesapeake, Virginia, USA, said today that they will not be publicly releasing the official police report about the deaths last week of gambling news website operator Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner and his wife.

Shrink Would Often Read About Suicide

Speaking exclusively to one of Kenneth Weitzner’s former lovers, Gambling911.com can reveal that “the Shrink” had a preoccupation with suicide to the point where he would often read up on various methods in which to take one’s own life.

StarCraft Cheating the Biggest Scandal to Hit e-Sports

StarCraft Cheating Scandal
Korea is being rocked by a scandal of epic proportion involving StarCraft where a number of gamers are being linked to match-fixing, cheating and illegal betting.

Casino Raiders Strike Upscale Casino

Raiders carrying machine guns and wearing face masks today escaped with thousands of pounds worth of cash from an upmarket casino.

Ken Weitzner: Not a Doctor, But Played One On The Internet

Some years back, a now-infamous television commercial began with a man declaring, "I'm not a doctor, but I play one on TV."

Foul Play Ruled Out in Shrink’s Death

Ken Weitzner
Foul play is not suspected in the deaths of gambling news website operator Kenneth B. "The Shrink" Weitzner and his longtime wife, Jacqueline, who were both found dead this past Saturday in Chesapeake, Virginia, USA

Steve Wynn: “Joe Francis is Insane”

Joe Francis of “Girls Gone Wild” “holds the all-time record for cuckoo,” claims gambling mogul Steve Wynn.

Kenneth Weitzer and Wife to be Cremated

He was a man of the Jewish faith and, while cremation is not commonly permitted, EOG.com founder Kenneth Weitzner will be cremated along with his wife following a memorial on Tuesday. Weitzner’s wife, Jackie, was not Jewish. Both were discovered early Saturday morning in what police are ruling as a double suicide.

Barney Frank Online Poker Hearing Postponed

Online Gambling Portal Owner Bizarre Death 2nd in 12 Months

The death of Kenneth Weitzner marks the second time in less than 12 months that an online gambling portal owner has died under mysterious circumstances. Weitzner was confirmed dead shortly after 10 am EST Saturday morning along with his wife Jackie in their Chesapeake, Virginia home.
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