Gambling News

Doyle Brunson to Doc: Now I Know How a Muppet Feels

The WSOP makes my schedule a living hell. I try to play as many tournaments as possible but with all the other stuff I have to do, I have to be pretty selective.

I'm trying to do an update on SS/2, getting ready for the seminars with Mike Caro, keeping up with the NBA Finals, taking care of my dogs, keeping dental and doctor appointments, trying to keep the bills caught up, remembering to tweet each day, and trying to get to the cash games! Pretty hectic and would be a lot easier if Louise ever comes home. She must have a boyfriend in Hawaii for her to stay away this long.

Submitted by Doyle Brunson on, Jun/15/2009

More Bounced Checks for Online Poker Room PokerStars

Following news that $32 million of funds were froze by the US Government two weeks ago, PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker appeared to be back up with a new processor and brand new checks.  By Sunday,

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/14/2009

Online Poker Payment Processor Hit With Lawsuit

By James Mccullough

The Courier-Mail, Australia

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/14/2009

Somach Blasted for Linking Museum Killer to Online Gambling

Controversial industry reporter, Thomas Somach, has come under attack for linking Holocaust Museum killer, James von Brunn, to the online casino industry.  Somach discovered that von Brunn's hate-

Submitted by Thomas Somach on, Jun/14/2009

World Exclusive: Holocaust Museum Killer Had Ties to Online Gambling

The man who shot up the U.S.

Submitted by Thomas Somach on, Jun/12/2009

Eric Holder Stole My Money Claims Poker Player

A writer on the Daily Kos has lashed out at President Obama's Department of Justice Head, Eric Hold

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/12/2009

Jose Canseco Finds Trouble at WSOP

Some people just can't stay away from trouble.  There have been reports coming out of the Rio Hotel, site of the 2009 WSOP, that disgraced former major league baseball player Jose Canseco was invo

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/12/2009

WSOP Leads to Swinger Proposition for Negreanu, But No Bracelets

Never mind that fact that one of poker's biggest names, Daniel Negreanu, is having his fair of good luck at this year's World Series of Poker.  Now he's getting sex propositions from women.....and

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/11/2009

Microgaming and Intertops Cut Ties

 Isle of Man, Microgaming has today announced its agreement with Intertops Casino is drawing to a close, due to Intertops Casino wishing to operate in the US market.

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/11/2009

Cryptologic Enters Online Casino Deal With Sportingbet

CryptoLogic Limited, a world leader in Internet casino and branded gaming software, has signed a multi-year agreement to provide at least 10 of its most popular online slot games t

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/11/2009

NBA Gambling Ref Tim Donaghy Beat Up In Prison

Reports surfaced Thursday that an NBA referee accused of betting on games he had officiated was apparently beat up in prison. 

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/11/2009

Alderney Won’t Comment on Full Tilt Poker Keeping License

The Alderney Gambling Control Commission (AGCC) has remained tight lipped as to whether the world's second largest online poker company, Full Tilt Poker, will be able to maintain its operations lic

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/11/2009

Full Tilt Poker Begins Reimbursing Poker Players

In a statement provided to ABC News, Full Tilt Poker announced that anyone affected by the recent seizure of player funds via its Instant eCheck platform have had this money reimbursed to their acc

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/11/2009

William Hill May Restrict Some Football Match Betting

William Hill said it would consider moves to restrict betting on end-of-season matches or lower leagues after evidence of unusual patterns of demand.

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/11/2009

Online Poker Leads to Child Abuse?

Appearing on CNBC's Dennis Kneale, Reed Kathrein of the law firm, Hagens Berman Sobol & Shapiro, made what many would consider the most "laughable" assertion against online gambling.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Jun/11/2009

Gambling Shares Up, Sportingbet a BUY

As Prime Minister Gordon Brown continues to cling on to power - despite dismal European election results and further resignations - bookmaker Paddy Power was offering odds of 8/1 that he'll be de-t

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/10/2009

Bodog Domain Moves Back to Bodog.com

After having lost their original domain name for two years, Bodog is back....Actually, Bodog.com is back.  The site is estimated to have lost significant busine

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/10/2009

Full Tilt Poker, PokerStars Should Return Players Money Shortly

A lot of poker players have been uneasy in recent days after learning that the US Attorney's office out of New York State seized $30 million from the world's two largest online poker rooms, PokerSt

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Jun/10/2009

Fontainebleau Las Vegas in Chapter 11: Ceiling Collapses at Miami Hotel

Fontainebleau Las Vegas, a $3 billion resort project on the Las Vegas Strip, filed for bankruptcy-court protection late Tuesday, the project's owners said.

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/10/2009

EU Says US Internet Gambling Ban a Violation

BRUSSELS -(Dow Jones)- The European Commission Wednesday said that U.S.

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/10/2009

Mike Matusow Personal Road to Redemption

Never a stranger to controversy or speaking his mind, poker pro, Mike Matusow was given the nickname "The Mouth" as a result of his verbose nature and willingness to brashly make statemen

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/10/2009

Poker Players Alliance Lacks Standing to Defend Online Poker Rooms

The million member plus Poker Players Alliance announced Tuesday its intention to "pursue every legal course available to ensure that poker p

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/10/2009

Daniel Negreanu Poker Player of the Year at 2009 WSOP?

Will Daniel Negreanu be named "2009 WSOP Poker Player of the Year"?  Doyle Brunson thinks so.

Submitted by Ace King on, Jun/10/2009

Another Online Poker Room Bites The Dust

Just one day after Gambling911.com special contributor, Thomas Somach, reported on the closure of long

Murder Twist in Casino Lawsuit

BANNED gambling addict Harry Kakavas told Crown casino he had information about a murder and the manufacture of counterfeit gaming chips, the Supreme Court heard.

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/09/2009

Poker Players Alliance Issues Statement Regarding Money Seizure

The Poker Players Alliance (PPA), the leading poker grassroots advocacy group with more than one million members nationwide, today released the following statement by PPA Chairman Alfonse D'Amato o

Submitted by Guest on, Jun/09/2009

More Than $30 Million Frozen in Online Poker Accounts

As first reported on Gambling911.com Friday, the US Attorney's Office out of New York has put a stop to the Instant eCheck deposit and withdrawal method at both Full Tilt Poker and Poker Stars.  M

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/09/2009

Poker Stars Admits to eCheck Funds Freeze

In a series of emails sent out to customers Monday, online poker's biggest room, Poker Stars, admitted that its Instant eCheck processor had funds frozen ov

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/09/2009

William Hill in Rogue Online Casino Flap

Following a joint partnership deal with online casino giant, Playtech, late last year, it turned out that Great Britain's second largest bookmaker may have inherited a few "rogue" online

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jun/09/2009

Breaking News

Mafia Planned to Infiltrate Malta Gambling Sector

Mafia Planned to Infiltrate Malta Gambling Sector

An anti-Mafia investigation in Palermo uncovered “advanced plans” by Mafia clans to relocate their underground activities through online gaming companies in Malta, the Times of Malta is informed.

Doyle Brunson Said to be Doing Some ‘Serious Back Peddling’ in POTUS Bashing

Doyle Brunson Said to be Doing Some ‘Serious Back Peddling’ in POTUS Bashing

Once a big supporter of US President Donald Trump, poker legend Doyle Brunson has made it clear he’s not exactly thrilled with Trump since he’s been in office.  This sentiment was relayed in a tweet Thursday, making reference to this past Tuesday’s Alabama Senate race.

Caesars Bans Player for Being Named in Legendz Sports Indictment

Caesars Bans Poker Player for Being Named in Legendz Sports Indictment

A player suing Caesars Casino for allegedly banning him had previously worked for the now-defunct Legendz Sports, a company the US Government forced to close in 2013.