The House of Representatives has approved amended agreements that could lead to Connecticut’s first casino on nontribal land.
Lawyers representing the Commonwealth of Kentucky filed a notice to appeal in the matter of iMEGA v. Judge Thomas D. Wingate.
Arizona Republican Senator and former US Presidential candidate, John McCain, disclosed on Larry King Live Thursday night that he believed his colleague and "friend", fellow Arizona Senat
Some call him "Enemy Number One" to the online gambling sector. In fact, Arizona Republican Senator Jon Kyl probably considers that a compliment. Kyl, who helped push through legislat
In a blow to the struggling online poker firm, PartyGaming Managing Director, John O'Malia, has quit the job after only 8 months in the position.
In the latest APWA video report, J.
Poker Stars is no longer allowing its players to participate on Poker After Dark, the NBC program that featured a one time child predator among its professional pl
Kentucky Governor Steven Beshear and his legal counsel have filed an appeal with the state court after losing a case Tuesday to seize 141 online gambling domain names.
In a 2-to-1 majority opinion, The Kentucky Court of Appeals ruled for the Interactive Media Entertainment and Gaming Association (iMEGA) in its suit against Judge Thomas D. Wingate (No. 2008-CA-002000-OA), by blocking the seizure orders issued by the Franklin (KY) circuit court judge for the domain names, all related to Internet gambling (Commonwealth of Kentucky, Franklin Circuit Court, Division II, 08-CI-1409).
It was somewhat unexpected but the nomination for Attorney General, Eric Holder, will be put on hold for at least another week Gambling911.com has learned.
Senate Republicans forced the Judiciary Committee to delay a vote on Eric Holder due to lingering doubts over Holder's role in the 2001 pardon of fugitive financier Marc Rich. There was an apparent confrontation between Holder and a Republican Senator.
The government lost its final attempt Wednesday to revive a federal law intended to protect children from sexual material and other objectionable content on the Internet. This decision may play a
The Isle of Man, an important online gambling center, reports that the industry is its fastest growing during these hard economic times.
If there was any doubt the recession was hurting casinos, Tuesday's news should put those questions to rest.
The online poker community has long argued that poker is a game of skill and now a state judge has agreed.
If you are a customer of PokerStars, you may have noticed that you are not quite as able to deposit as easily to the site, especially if your preferred method was using their direct bank transfer m
The seventh annual Casino Affiliate Convention will take place in Amsterdam on March 30-31 at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky Hotel.
Following two month payment delays to customers and affiliate partners and much controversy related to the possible ownership of online poker room, CardSpike.com, that company's management on Tuesd
The Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association - otherwise known as iMEGA.org - provided the online gambling industry with its biggest win to date
Court rules on behalf of online trade association against forfeiture action of 141 Internet domain names sought by Gov.
The online gambling industry has won a Kentucky Court of Appeals decision. That court has ruled that the commonwealth cannot seize over 140 domain names of Internet gambling firms.
A recent study shows that multi-millionaires make better lovers...and that includes all those new (and some old) professional poker players. It seems that every week there is a new millionaire in
It's the Las Vegas gambling stocks that are the real losers these days, not the actual gamblers.
Twenty suspects in arguably the country's biggest online gambling case, involving 6.6 billion yuan ($966 million), stood trial in Shanghai yesterday.
It's sort of like a Three Musketeers act, but the Vietnamese version. With only 20 days into the new year, David "Dragon" Pham, J.C.
Concerns of Eric Holder becoming the next Attorney General have gripped the online gambling sector over this past weekend following Holder's affirmation that he will continue to enforce prohibition
She ran her own online poker room for about a month before legislation passed that placed operating such rooms in a sort of "grey area"....dark grey area perhaps. Pamela Anderson a
A report in the Economist this past week suggests that the gambling mecca of Las Vegas may experience further decline due with a recession now in full swing.
ESPN filed a report this weekend that Attorney General nominee, Eric Holder, could come under fire due to his NFL past.
Fred and Peter Done are done with online gambling it seems as they have sold their online gambling operation, BetFred, netting some £27.2m from the sale.
The Internet gaming division Betfred NV, registered in the Netherlands Antilles, had been underperforming for a number of years after a belated entry to the market, and the company said the disposal made "commercial sense", reports James Chapelard of Crane's Business (Manchester Division).
Carrie Stroup: When it comes to the world of Super Bowl betting and odds related to the big game and those that led up to it, nobody compares.
An upcoming Sports Illustrated swimsuit model remains in contention at the World Poker Tour Southern Poker Championship. Vanessa Rousso may be short stacked, but she was still alive after Day 2 o
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Phil Ivey, one of the greats in the world of poker, and the late Dave “Devilfish” Ullioit have been inducted into the Poker Hall of Fame over the weekend.