The lawyer for one of two people charged in a probe into online gambling payment processors has told a local Maryland newspaper that his client, Edward Courdy, is no longer the owner of Electracash. An investigator's affidavit suggests otherwise however.
PIC Club has dissolved its relationship with the Merge Poker Network over the past several days according to numerous reports across the Net. Merge is best known for its “pot-friendly” online poker site, Reefer Poker. PIC Club has filled in a void left by NETeller as a payment processor that helps facilitate online poker transactions.
Submitted by C Costigan on Mon, 10/26/2009 - 11:29
BetOnLine.com reps insist that customers monies are safe and that they have nothing to do with any credit business even after thirty individuals connected with the Panama City-based online gambling shop were indicted this past week for unlawfully operating a sports betting enterprise that the Queens District Attorney’s Office claims took in more than $567 million over a 28-month period.
Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on Sun, 10/25/2009 - 23:38
The Indianapolis Colts cover was the biggest dagger for online bookies Sunday. The Colts beat the St. Louis Rams by a score of 42-6. At some books, 95 percent or more of the action was going Indy’s way.
Submitted by C Costigan on Sun, 10/25/2009 - 22:07
In an alleged shocking betrayal of player privacy by gambling companies that includes 888, William Hill and Full Tilt Poker, AustralianGambling.com.au has today obtained a sample of player details that has been sold and traded like a commodity
The Kentucky Supreme Court is deciding whether the state has the power to seize Internet domain names involved in online gambling after hearing arguments Thursday from lawyers on both sides of the issue.
The indictments and subsequent arrests of several individuals connected with the Panama-based online gambling site, BetOnLine.com, has taken center stage in the New York media, painting everyone associated with the company as “Mob” connected.
Submitted by C Costigan on Thu, 10/22/2009 - 09:37
House Speaker Larry Cretul on Wednesday asked the federal agency regulating Indian gambling to force the Seminole Tribe to shut down blackjack and other card games at its Immokalee casino until the state hammers out a compact with the tribe.
Raymond W. Kelly and Patricia J. Haynes, Special Agent-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), today announced the indictment of 30 individuals and one corporation on charges of unlawfully operating a sports betting enterprise that stretched from Queens County to Nevada and from Rochester to Florida.
Self-described print press “fanatic” Mortimer Zuckerman, who owns The Daily News and U.S. News & World Report, proposed to Forbes that the federal government could save newspapers by allowing sports betting on newspaper Web sites.
As the day to implement the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) rules quickly approaches, Representative Barney Frank has shifted his attention back towards the highly controversial debate.
The Kentucky Supreme Court on Thursday, October 22nd, will hear oral arguments on the Commonwealth's appeal as part of its ongoing effort to seize the domain names of 141 internet gaming sites, including several of the leading sites where enthusiasts test their poker skills.
"House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank (D-Mass.) (also) made out handsomely this summer, bringing in nearly $70,000 from the Managed Funds Association and John Pappas of the Poker Players Alliance." (Roll Call, 10.19.2009)
Submitted by C Costigan on Mon, 10/19/2009 - 12:28
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