Gambling News

Weitzner Mansion Having Problems Attracting a Buyer: Haunted?

More than nine months after it was put up for sale, the Virginia mansion of suicide victim Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner is still on the market.

Submitted by Thomas Somach on, Jan/13/2011

Australia Pokie and News Media Wars for January 14, 2011

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/13/2011

Wife of U.S. Rep. John Tierney to Learn Fate in Sports Off Shore Gambling Case

The wife of Massachusetts Representative John Tierney is about to learn her fate in a case involving online gambling and the filing of false tax returns.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/13/2011

OpenBet in £208m Management Buy-Out

A major technology company, whose clients include William Hill and Ladbrokes, is undergoing a major Management buy-out to the tune of £208 million, this according to the Telegraph.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/13/2011

IMG Head Ted Forstmann Opens Up About Gambling Scandal

Submitted by Payton on, Jan/12/2011

Poker.com.au Bought For a Mere $100,000

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/11/2011

New Jersey Online Gambling Just In Time For Dying Atlantic City

Remember back in the days when Atlantic City used to be a dump?

Well, the casino Mecca is heading back in that direction it seems.

The Newark Star Ledger this week reported that, in just four short years, the nation’s second largest gambling destination has lost nearly 25 percent of its market share.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/11/2011

Australia Remains In Top 10 For Gambling

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/11/2011

How About That Oregon-Auburn Over?

The 2011 BCS Championship game is now in the history books with an Auburn 3-point win. 

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/11/2011

Gambling Websites Allegedly Attacked By Korean Web Host

A South Korean webmaster has been accused of orchestrating denial of service attacks against online gambling websites that refused to pay for his services. 

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Jan/11/2011

New Jersey Internet Gambling Bill Passes Through Assembly

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/10/2011

Philadelphia Inquirer: Las Vegas Bookies Crushed By Packers Win

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/10/2011

New Jersey Internet Gambling Bill Goes To Assembly Today

A bill to legalize Internet gambling in the state of New Jersey goes before the assembly today (January 10, 2011) at 1 pm EST.

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/10/2011

Australian Pokies Saviour Or Villain; Lovers VS Haters

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/10/2011

Vegas Casino Unveils Vending Machine That Spits Out Gold

Gold-to-Go.  That’s right!  It’s a vending machine in a Las Vegas casino that spits out gold, bars and coins to be more precise. 

"We kind of like the idea that Vegas is sorta over the top," said Gary Del Prete with the Golden Nugget in an interview with local news station KSNV. "And what better than to have a gold plated vending machine that's open for basically 24 hours?"

Submitted by Aaron Goldstein on, Jan/10/2011

Crown Casino Refuse Jackpot Payment; ClubsNSW VS PokieAct

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/09/2011

Lasseter’s Hotel Casino Getting Tough On Violent Drunks

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/09/2011

Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell Blasts 60 Minutes During Interview on Gambling

In a segment on Sunday’s 60 Minutes, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell lashed out at correspondent Leslie Stahl for her questioning related to gambling expansion in that state. 

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/08/2011

Vegas Sportsbooks Were Hoping For Colts-Falcons Super Bowl

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/08/2011

Australian Kids Copy Parents Gambling Habits

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Jan/08/2011

Iowa The Latest State Looking To Legalize Online Gambling

Following in the footsteps of New Jersey and California, Iowa is the latest state considering legalizing online gambling.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Jan/08/2011

Oregon Man Bets Marriage on BCS Championship Game

With the Ducks a +2.5 underdog in the upcoming BCS Championship game against Auburn, one Oregon man is willing to bet his marriage on the game.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Jan/07/2011

Casino Stocks Attracting Attention in the New Year

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/07/2011

Casino chips ideal currency for criminals: RCMP

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/06/2011

Foxwoods Scam Cheats Casino Out of Nearly $900K

Four men have been accused of cheating Connecticut’s Foxwoods Casino out of nearly $1 million.

Submitted by Guest on, Jan/06/2011

Can They BEAR It? No More Gambling For Grizzlies

Submitted by Ean Lamb on, Jan/05/2011

Breaking News

Gambling and Sports Betting News April 6, 2020: NJ Casinos Losing $540 Mil a Day, Tribal Casinos Could Go Under

Atlantic City is virtually a wasteland that is costing the state $540 million in casino-related revenues every month while they remain locked down amid the deadly pandemic while a number of Tribal casinos are not likely to survive an extended shutdown beyond June.

Ver: COVID-19 Lockdowns Will Kill More Than Disease Itself

Ver: COVID-19 Lockdowns Will Kill More Than Disease Itself

Referred to as "Bitcoin Jesus," one of Bitcoin's earliest investors, Roger Ver, is among those in the camp that believes stringent home lockdowns to combat the Covid-19 pandemic will cause more harm than good.

Morehead: "Bitcoin Born in a Financial Crisis,  It Will Come of Age in This One"

Morehead: "Bitcoin Born in a Financial Crisis, It Will Come of Age in This One"

CEO of Pantera Capital, the first investment firm in the US to launch digital currency, pre-auction ICO, and blockchain-enabled venture funds, noted Monday that Bitcoin is up 1% on the year as of Monday while pointing to other financials including commodities and the S&P 500, all down by 15% or more.