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Johnny Manziel in More Hot Water

Johnny Manziel in More Hot Water

The embattled Browns quarterback was cited for driving with expired license plates last weekend, when he failed to report to the team's facility for a medical assessment and was seen having some fun in Las Vegas.

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Online Sportsbook Now Offering Fantasy Sports Option

Online Sportsbook Now Offering Fantasy Sports Option

Fantasy Sports has exploded into an multi-billion dollar a year business, with FanDuel and DraftKings leading the way with fantasy tournaments and daily games.

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Breaking News: Daily Fantasy Sports Regulation Bill in CA Passes Assembly Vote

California, which just happens to be the world’s eighth largest economy, is the latest state to examine the legality of Daily Fantasy Sports.

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Report: Johnny Manziel Was in Disguise at Vegas Casino

Report: Johnny Manziel Was in Disguise at Vegas Casino

Following reports that Johnny Manziel had been spotted over the weekend in a Vegas casino and the Browns organization seeming oblivious to it all, ESPN followed up with a story that Manziel had donned a disguise while at the tables.

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Premier Price Per Head Makes it Easy to Take Your Sports Gambling Business Online

Premier Price Per Head Makes it Easy to Take Your Sports Gambling Business Onlin

Whether you are just starting out as an independent sports bookmaker or you are already an established agent, it pays to take your business online with Premier Per Head.

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Bookies Behaving Badly 8: Rogue Ref’s Bookies Almost Brought Down NBA

Bookies Behaving Badly 8: Rogue Ref’s Bookies Almost Brought Down NBA

When bookies behave badly, it's usually by ripping off their customers, through a variety of schemes, scams and outright thefts.

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Browns ‘So Done’ With Manziel But Not Sure If He Went to Vegas

Browns ‘So Done’ With Manziel But Not Sure If He Went to Vegas

Though the Cleveland Browns appear to be parting ways with troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel, there remained some confusion as to whether the Texas A&M product actually visited Vegas during this past weekend

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Las Vegas Sees 41.1 Million Visitors in 2015

Las Vegas Sees 41.1 Million Visitors in 2015

Visit Las Vegas in 2015? Count yourself among the more than 42 million people traveling to the casino corridor last year, according to the resort's biggest travel booster.

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Johnny Manziel Caught Gambling in Las Vegas

Johnny Manziel Caught Gambling in Las Vegas

A concussion has ended troubled quarterback Johnny Manziel’s career in Cleveland, but the injury hasn’t stopped him from heading to the Vegas casinos.

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Oklahoma Tribe to Launch Online Gambling Site

Oklahoma Tribe to Launch Online Gambling Site

A small Oklahoma-based tribe plans to launch an international gambling website after an arbitrator ruled that the plan does not violate state or federal laws.

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Gambling Regulators Watching Las Vegas Review Journal Sale to Adelson

Gambling Regulators Watching Las Vegas Review Journal Sale to Adelson

The sale of Nevada’s largest newspaper to the family of billionaire casino-mogul Sheldon Adelson has gambling regulators watching.

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Antigua to Resolve Long Standing Online Gambling Dispute With U.S. in January

Antigua to Resolve Long Standing Online Gambling Dispute With U.S. in January

The Antiguan Government is set to resolve its decade long dispute over online gambling this January 2016 according to the website CalvinAyre.com.

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Was College Hockey Title Game Thrown Last Year?

Was College Hockey Title Game Thrown Last Year?

But there's a rumor being floated around that this situation compromised Boston University's championship game loss last April. That's obviously such a collossal issue, if that were the case, that even though it's unsubstantiated rumor....

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’60 Minutes’ Takes Us Back to ‘Best Mob Segments’

’60 Minutes’ Takes Us Back to ‘Best Mob Segments’

The CBS news magazine show “60 Minutes” featured its special Christmas weekend show on – what else? Notorious mobsters. 

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Bank Robber Who Hid Out Behind Christmas Tree is Gambling Addict

Bank Robber Who Hid Out Behind Christmas Tree is Gambling Addict

The FBI says a 28-year-old man faces federal and state charges after he robbed a credit union in Bend, then went on a shopping spree that included buying a Christmas tree he later used to try and hide from police.

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Betfair No Longer Accepting Canadian Customers

Folks living in Canada can no longer bet with Betfair.com, the world’s largest wagering exchange.

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A Very Jenny Christmas From Gambling911.com

Senior International Correspondent Jenny Woo and the rest of the staff at Gambling911.com wish everyone a very merry Christmas.
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Woman Who Mowed Down Pedestrians on Vegas Strip Appears in Court

Woman Who Mowed Down Pedestrians on Vegas Strip Appears in Court

Prosecutors Wednesday received extra time to prepare for a preliminary hearing in what authorities say was an intentional case of a crash along the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday that killed one person and injured at least 35.

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Two New Casinos in Northern New Jersey Just West of Manhattan Still Being Debated

Two New Casinos in Northern New Jersey Just West of Manhattan Still Being Debate

State lawmakers still cannot agree on how to ask voters whether to allow two new casinos in Northern New Jersey.

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Oregon Woman Held in Vegas Sidewalk Car Rampage That Killed One, Injured 35

An Oregon woman who intentionally drove her car onto a crowded Las Vegas Strip sidewalk on Sunday night, killing one person and injuring at least 35 others, was homeless and had been living in her vehicle with her 3-year-old child

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Mass Casualties on Vegas Strip as Car Intentionally Plows Into Pedestrians: 37 Injured (Video)

Several people have been injured after a vehicle careened into a sidewalk along the famed Las Vegas Strip.

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Atlantic City Faces Bankruptcy After Failure to Make $62 Million in Tax Refunds

Atlantic City Faces Bankruptcy After Failure to Make $62 Million in Tax Refunds

The Borgata casino asked a judge Monday to order Atlantic City to pay more than $62 million in tax refunds that the court has already determined the casino should get — a move that could end in seizure of some of the seaside gambling resort's assets

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NFL’s Deal Over Data Blurs a Line on Gambling

NFL’s Deal Over Data Blurs a Line on Gambling

One of the better pieces dealing with the sports wagering industry we have read in some time also delves into the relationship between the NFL and Daily Fantasy Sports firms DraftKings and FanDuel.

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Stunner for Bookies as Giants Cover With Huge Comeback

Stunner for Bookies as Giants Cover With Huge Comeback

The New York Giants didn’t win outright, though they came close.  What the Giants did do is provide the bookies with an early Christmas present thanks to an improbable come-from-behind performance that allowed New York to tie 35-35

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LVRJ Reporters Assignment Under Adelson Ownership: Monitor Judges

LVRJ Reporters Assignment Under Adelson Ownership: Monitor Judges

Reporters of the Las Vegas Review Journal were told to monitor three area judges, one of whom is overseeing a case involving casino billionaire Sheldon Adelson.  This weekend it was revealed that Adelson is the new owner of the LVRJ.

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