Gambling News

Three Suspects Still On Lam in EPT Berlin Poker Robbery

With news Wednesday that two suspects in connection with a brazen poker tournament robbery in Berlin had turned themselves in, the identities of three other individuals still at large have been rel

Submitted by Ace King on, Mar/17/2010

New Jersey Spending Cuts: Bring on Legalized Sports Betting

With New Jersey Governor Chris Christie proposing deep spending cuts, the subject of legalized sports betting once more comes to the forefront. 

Submitted by Alejandro Botticelli on, Mar/17/2010

2nd Berlin Poker Robbery Suspect Captured: Others Named

It's been a terrific day on the Berlin poker robbery capture front as yet another suspect has been taken into custody.

Submitted by Ace King on, Mar/17/2010

March Madness Office Pools Costs Employers $1.8 Billion

Most work places this week have partaken in the annual ritual of setting up March Madness office pools while the more savvy employee uses his or her Web-enabled phone to Submitted by Alejandro Botticelli on, Mar/17/2010

Dollarization in Costa Rica? Good Bye Beloved Colon

The online gambling hotbed of Costa Rica may want to consider abandoning its much beloved colon in favor of the US Dollar. 

Submitted by Alejandro Botticelli on, Mar/17/2010

Australian Internet Filter Legislation Delayed

Australian Internet filter legislation proposed by what many believe to be an overzealous politician would have blocked a number of online gambling sites.  Now comes word that these efforts are no

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/17/2010

Masters Golf Tournament 2010 Odds: Betting Should Sore

Masters Golf Tournament 2010 odds were now updated at (see website here) along with a few special prop bets now that Tiger Wo

Submitted by Don Shapiro on, Mar/16/2010

Macau Leader Pressures Casino Operators


Submitted by Guest on, Mar/16/2010

Another Online Casino Affiliate Program Goes Bust

Blue Square is closing its "old affiliate system".  The question begs... was it too good, or too bad?  

"For my money there's less than a dozen gaming, igaming and sports betting affiliate programs worth joining on a global scale," says Greg Tingle of Media Man Int.  "That's why Media Man also does media, PR and other business ventures.  There's so much room for improvement in the affiliate sector its not funny."

Here is the notice from Blue Square:


Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Mar/16/2010

Man Sentenced for Bilking $7M From Casinos

SAN DIEGO (Associated Press) -- A San Diego man who led a card-cheating ring that bilked dozens of casinos out of $7 million was sentenced Monday to nearly six years in federal prison.

Phuong Quoc Truong has acknowledged leading the ring, known as the "Tran Organization," that targeted 27 casinos across the country, including three American Indian casinos near San Diego. The operation began in 2002.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/16/2010

Super Bowl in New Jersey 2014?

The NFL may be looking at ways to stop New Jersey from moving forward with its attempts to have sports betting legalized in that state.  The carrot in this case will be to offer a Super Bowl at th

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Mar/16/2010

States Go All In: Expand Gambling to Plug The Budget


Submitted by Guest on, Mar/16/2010

Odds on Papal Resignation: Who Will Be Next Pope?

With the latest Catholic Church sex abuse scandal hitting a little close to home, odds on a Papal resignation have now been released by Ireland's biggest bookmaker, Submitted by Jordan Bach on, Mar/15/2010

Gang-Related Shooting Injures 2 in Cali Casino

Authorities have arrested the alleged gunman in the gang-related shooting of two teenagers at an Amador County casino.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/15/2010

Fantasy Games Exempt From Gambling Crime Bill


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Submitted by Guest on, Mar/15/2010

In Las Vegas NCAA Tournament Really is March Madness


Last year, for the first time in six years, I did the responsible thing.

I stayed home.

Every year since 2003, I had religiously made my pilgrimage to Las Vegas - including once BY MYSELF when everyone bailed on me - to watch the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament at various sportsbooks along The Strip.

But last year, I purchased a house with my wife, so I did what any sane, married 30-something who had just bought a house would do.

I broke the streak.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/15/2010

Online Gambling: Okay To Play Facebook Page Launched

In an aggressive move by online gambling interests, a new Facebook page has been launched with the goal to have some 200,000 fans in the next several months.  Websites in the sector are being enco

Submitted by C Costigan on, Mar/14/2010

Man Attacks at Australia Casino: More Online Gambling News

A man has been questioned by police after a bouncer was allegedly head-butted at Burswood Casino in the early hours of yesterday morning.

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/13/2010

Nevada May Want To Cut Off WSOP Online Poker Sponsors

The World Series of Poker may find itself in yet another setback.  Following legislation passed in October 2006 that essentially made it illegal (or at least difficult) for banks to transfer funds

Submitted by Patrick Flanigan on, Mar/12/2010

Ladbrokes Limits Players Bets to 1 Euro Max

If you win, you're limits often get cut, especially at the European online sportsbooks.  Just ask one poor customer of Ladbrokes.  Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Mar/12/2010

MGM To Leave Atlantic City Over Questions About Ho


Submitted by Guest on, Mar/12/2010

NCAA Basketball Tournament 2010: Get Ready to Bet

For sports bettors throughout the United States, Sunday night will begin a five day frenzy of placing bets, organizing office pools and entering million dollar bracket contests like those found at

Submitted by C Costigan on, Mar/12/2010

Betfair US Boss Gerard Cunningham Out

eGaming Review Magazine is reporting that Betfair US Head Submitted by Guest on, Mar/12/2010

Australia: Internet In Peril as Big Brother Is Still Watching

Gaming, news media, entertainment and freedom of expression fans, your Internet is in danger, at least if you'r one of our Australian readers.

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/12/2010

Online Gambling Would Welcome Rush Limbaugh to Costa Rica

Radio host Rush Limbaugh has suggested that should President Obama's health plan sail through Congress, he will pack up his things and move to Costa Rica. 

Limbaugh has chosen the perfect destination.  The online gambling industry set up shop in this Central American paradise during the mid-1990's.  Since that time operators have gone on to opening their own restaurants and constructing office buildings.  Limbaugh won't have any difficulty broadcasting his radio show out of CR either with all those enormous satellite dishes sitting on the properties of sportsbooks. 

Submitted by C Costigan on, Mar/11/2010

Poll Finds Most Americans Oppose Internet Gambling

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - (Associated Press) - A new poll finds most Americans oppose Internet and half oppose sports betting, but many have gambled themselves at a casino.

The Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind poll found two-thirds of those surveyed oppose changing the law to allow bets to be placed over the Internet, and 53 percent oppose allowing bets on the outcome of professional or college sporting events.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/11/2010

Stateside Bookies, Costa Rica Business Indicted

A federal indictment unsealed today charged four men and two companies with running an illegal gambling business that attracted about $3.6 million in bets over three years.

Gerlarmo Cammisano, 56, James J. Moretina, 60, James L. Dicapo, 57, and Michael J. Lombardo, 54, each were charged with violations of federal gambling laws in the 23-count indictment returned Tuesday in Kansas City.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/10/2010

Hard Rock Hotel and Casino CEO Death Ruled a Suicide was reporting that law enforcement had informed the popular website that the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel and Casino CEO Andrew (Randy) Kwasniewski was found dead yesterday of

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Mar/10/2010

Breaking News

DC Sports Betting Bill Introduced

Washington, DC Councilmember Jack Evan’s newly introduced bill would legalize sports betting while also placing regulations.

CEEGC 2018 Budapest Kicks Off in Under a Week

CEEGC 2018 Budapest Kicks Off in Under a Week

There are only 6 days left until the third edition of the Central and Eastern European Gaming Conference (CEEGC) and Awards (CEEG Awards) opens its doors and gives access for the industry to benefit of this unique opportunity in the CEE region for learning and networking.

How to Make Money Bookmaking Online

There are obviously millions of different ways to make money in this world, and a lot of ways can be done online. However one of the best ways to make money online is to actually become a bookie and accept action through online websites.