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World Sports Exchange Head Said to be “Suicidal”

Sources close to Gambling911.com say that World Sports Exchange (WSEX.com) co-founder Jay Cohen has become a recluse, gained over 100 pounds and is potentially “suicidal”.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/18/2011

Unnamed Asian Royal the Reason for Ladbrokes $91 Million Loss?

Talk about the importance of keeping top customers!

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Feb/18/2011

NY Post: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie to Veto Online Gambling Legislation

The New York Post reported on Friday that New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to veto legislation that would legalize online gambling in the state.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/18/2011

Did Philadelphia Eagles Force Michael Vick to Cancel Oprah Interview

The Philadelphia Eagles deny they ordered starting quarterback Michael Vick to cancel an interview Thursday with Oprah Winfrey.

Michael Vick’s agent had agreed to allow Oprah Winfrey a sit down interview with the disgraced NFL quarterback now on the “road to redemption” only if she would cancel a bet with CNN’s Piers Morgan.  The two had wagered on who got the first crack at a Vick interview.  Vick was charged and imprisoned for running a dog fighting ring that encompassed gambling.

Submitted by Jordan Bach on, Feb/17/2011

BetOnSports Last Man Standing No Longer A Fugitive

Submitted by C Costigan on, Feb/17/2011

Aussie Hotels Want Pokie Limit Trial...

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/17/2011

Jersey Won’t Allow Internet Gambling

Jersey has halted plans to allow for Internet gambling. The economic affairs scrutiny chairman has delayed any business by up to a month for the island, Channel One TV is reporting.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Feb/16/2011

All Bets Off On Oprah Interview With Michael Vick: He Cancels

Submitted by Tyrone Black on, Feb/16/2011

Pokies Limits Likely to Cost Australian Hotels Up To $4B

Pokies limits Likely To Cost Hotels Up To $4b'...

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/16/2011

iPhone 5 Odds Posted

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Feb/16/2011

Ho No! The Stanley Ho Family Saga Continues

89-year-old Macau casino tycoon Stanley Ho filed a new lawsuit against various family members on Wednesday in an effort to keep control of his vast business empire.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Feb/16/2011

75 Percent of Brits are Gambling Degenerates: Credit Cards Could Soon be Banned

Just shy of 75 percent of the United Kingdom’s population has dabbled in gambling this past year while 59 percent of the population gambled on the national lottery.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/15/2011

Last Chance Sports Book at Border Closes Down

By T.B. Beaudeau | San Diego Reader

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/14/2011

Mubarak Steps Down: Bookmaker Pays Out

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/11/2011

PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker at Center Stage of $275 Million Scam

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/11/2011

Aussie James Packer Riding Wave Of Success

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/11/2011

Nevada Gambling Revenue Rises, Atlantic City Falls

Submitted by Guest on, Feb/10/2011

Australian Gambling and Politics: Cat And Mouse Games

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/10/2011

Breaking News

Where Can I Bet on Tiger King?  Latest Props Offered at SportsBetting.ag

Where Can I Bet on Tiger King? Latest Props Offered at SportsBetting.ag

The world is waiting, and probably praying, for a bonus episode of "Tiger King" to drop on Netflix this Friday.  Whether or not that happens remains to be seen, but bookies are already projected what we might see in Episode 8.

Mark Esper Next White House Administration Member Fired According to Oddsmakers

Mark Esper Next White House Administration Member Fired According to Oddsmakers

Amid the global pandemic, White House job security has become unstable as press secretary Stephanie Grisham and inspector general Glenn Fine have been removed from their positions in the last 72 hours.

Global Poker Sees 255% Rise During Pandemic, Knup Bros Doing Well Too

Global Poker Sees 255% Rise During Pandemic, Knup Bros Doing Well Too

There is one sector that is not negatively impacted by the coronavirus......online casinos.  In particular Global Poker, a US-facing social gaming site, revealed a dramatic increase in traffic since the pandemic lead to shutdowns nationwide in mid-March.