Florida is pushing ahead in its legal tussle with the Seminole Tribe of Florida over the tribe's estimated $2 billion a year gambling operation.
The world according to Jenny Woo.
She referred to his foot fetish as "weird" and a "little scary" in a radio interview this week but this month's Playboy model and fashionista, Aubrey O'Day, insisted to Gambling
The grannies I've loved before won't go down without a fight...even if their little stud muffin was photographed kissing the latest Playboy model.
She's like one of those Star Trek characters - you know the one's - they may not get a whole lot of exposure but they're the folks controlling the ship (i.e.
One time Danity Kane diva, Aubrey O'Day, was seen partying it up with poker pro David Williams this past weekend, putting to rest rumors that she is bi-sexual. Submitted by Jenny Woo on, Feb/16/2009
It seems that poker pro David Williams has dumped the old ladies and is starting to "date" girls his own age. Notorious for appearing in a "granny foot fetish" video billed as
Imagine if you will only 5 percent of the Poker Player Alliance million plus members descending upon Washington, D.C.
A lot has been made of our recent reporting of the Casino Affiliate Programs/Gambling Portal Webmasters Associa
With UFC 94 now in the books, Gambling911.com Senior International Correspondent, Jenny Woo, sat down to talk with one of Mixed Martial Arts most popular fighters, Heath Herring (his record is 28 w
Gambling911.com's Senior International correspondent, Jenny Woo, looks at what we commonly refer to around here as the "Super Bowl betting hypocrisy". It's the concept - employed by the
2009 Super Bowl betting is in full swing with a paralyzing number of people expected to bet the big game come Sunday. The most overlooked of the Super Bowl betting options may be among the best p
Gambling911.com's Senior International Correspondent, Jenny Woo, continues with Part 2 of her two part interview with Marcello Foran.
I had the chance to sit down with a man that I would like to learn a thing or two from (not to say I haven't already). I would rule the world if only I were the female version of Marcello Foran.
Gambling911.com's International Senior Correspondent and vertical chrome pole dance expert reveals her choices for the 2009 Academy Awards of Online Gambling.
Hey, the nominations were released on Thursday for each category in the 2009 Academy Awards. A full slate of Oscar betting odds were now available at SBG Global - home of the massive cash bonuses.
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 becoming more and more obvious that the United States government wants Bodog founder Calvin Ayre and they want him badly. This week Gambling911.com learned that the U.S.
Sex sells especially in an economic downturn, Sarah Estrella of the Examiner writes.
First I want to send a special shout out to all our troops in both Iraq and Afghanistan as we start the year 2009. My little brother is currently serving in Iraq and our prayers are with him.
I decided to veer away from my regular "routine" holiday in order to enjoy one last trip before we're all forced to start living under a rock the next year thanks to this troubled economy.
Where'd I go this Christmas time?
Somewhere warm. Jamaica Mon! And yes I got to meet Santa Claus.
Gambling911.com Senior Correspondent, Jenny Woo, had an opportunity to sit down with 3rd place finisher at this year's World Series of Poker final, Dennis Phillips, to discuss what he's
Despite numerous rumors to the contrary, poker pro Annie Duke revealed to Gambling911.com's own Jenny Woo this week that she is willing to continue to put her name behind Submitted by Jenny Woo on, Dec/18/2008
GPWA Times Magazine has awarded our very own Jenny Woo an award for "Sexiest in the Online Gambling Industry". She just barely nudged out Gambling911.com reporters Carrie Stroup and Spa
In Part Two of Gambling911.com Senior Correspondent Jenny Woo's sit down interview with Annie Duke, the poker pro reveals why she feels it was so important for the industry to elect Barack Obama in
Annie Duke sat down with Gambling911.com Senior Correspondent, Jenny Woo, to talk about how intertwining poker and charities can be a great thing.
The amount of money that Annie and many others in the poker community have raised is outstanding and they're not close to being done. I've never met someone who is more passionate and dedicated about so many great causes. She did however express to me that she would be getting back out there and "start being a poker player again." Watch out poker world! That's all I've got to say.
Phil Hellmuth aka "poker brat" took some time out of his busy schedule to sit down with Jenny to discuss the UltimateBet scandal, his involvement with some great charities and whether he
In an exclusive interview with Gambling911.com's own Jenny Woo, former Republican House Majority Leader, Dick Armey, said he was completely against any bailout for Wall Street, the banks, the auto
The other day I had the pleasure of speaking with former Congressman Dick Armey. As we spoke, Jenny realized that not all politicians are up tight and boring. He's a man with an awesome sense o
Gambling911.com Senior Correspondent, Jenny Woo, this weekend had an opportunity to sit down with former Republican House majority leader, Dick Armey. The two discussed "freedom of the Inter
Contrary to reports on WickedChopsPoker.com Gambling911.com Senior Correspondent, Jenny Woo, has denied she bedded one of the 2008 World Series of Pok
The entire poker community is abuzz that Gambling911.com Senior Correspondent, Jenny Woo, has been seen with one of the 9 2008 World Series of Poker finalists around Miami Beach, sipping Mohitos in
One of the sadder aspects of the BetonSports indictments and specifically the incarceration of that online gambling firm's founder, Gary Kaplan, has been its effects on the family. Kaplan has you
Holly Kaplan is angry. The wife of BetonSports founder, Gary Kaplan, is growing impatient with the US justice system. It's been nearly two years since her husband was incarcerated and to date t