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BetED.com Indicted “Owner” not Really an Owner

BetED.com
eGaming Review Magazine recently interviewed attorney Jeff Imfra, who is representing David Parchomchuk, one of the individuals indicted last week by the US Attorney’s Office out of Baltimore.

Monies Seized from Online Gambling Sites Will Pay for new Undercover Vehicles

Anne Arundel County police department
The Anne Arundel County police department of Maryland has hit the jackpot

BetED.com Shut Down: Another Online Sportsbook Contemplates Purchase of Accounts

BetED.com Shut Down
SportsbookReview.com is reporting that a “well regarded” online sportsbook has offered to take over player accounts from BetED.com.

BetED.com Founders Just Narrowly Avoided Arrest in US

BetED.com
Gambling911.com is learning that BetED.com principals nearly entered the US and were apprehended by federal officials.

BetED.com Players May be Waiting Some Time to Claim Funds

BetED.com
It is still unclear as to how much money the US Feds seized from BetED.com as part of an elaborate sting operation.

Breaking: Baltimore Sting Operation Never Intended to Seize Domains

Baltimore Sting Operation
Gambling911.com is learning that the Baltimore US Attorney's Office never intended to seize domain names

BetED.com Focuses on Ensuring Security of Players Funds

BetED.com
Covers.com has been in close communication with the founders of BetED.com and had this update to offer Tuesday afternoon

Baltimore Had to Cut its Investigation into Online Gambling Sites Short

Baltimore Online Gambling
Gambling911.com is slowly learning more about the actions taken yesterday (Monday May 24, 2011) against a handful of online gambling domains including Bookmaker.com, DoylesRoom.com and BetED.com.

Bodog, Bookmaker Initiate Domain Change Strategy

Bodog, Bookmaker I
Both Bodog and Bookmaker, two of online gambling’s marquee brand names, switched over to .eu and .ag extensions, respectively, on Monday.

More Online Gambling Indictments Inevitable

More Online Gambling Indictments
An industry that sits on pins and needles is all but assured that additional indictments against online gambling operators and companies will be forthcoming, more sooner than later if past history is any indication.

Paddy Power Kicks Off The Year Up 21 Percent

Paddy Power
Paddy Power announced this week its revenues were up 21 percent the first half of 2011 based on the same period last year.

Premiership Matches This Weekend Will Yield 35,000 bets an hour for Sportingbet

Premiership Matches
Sportingbet CEO Andrew McIver disclosed that his company is expecting to take in around 35,000 bets an hour on this coming weekend’s Premiership matches

Sportsbook.com to Stop Accepting New US Players for Summer

Sportsbook.com
Beginning May 1 (2011), Sportsbook.com will no longer be accepting new customers from the US.

Pay Per Head Outfits May Win Out Big In Wake Of Online Poker Indictments

The Pay Per Head sector continues to flourish.  These businesses point out that they are not involved in cash transactions related to sports betting.

Diamond Sports Says Charlie Sheen: Not the Only Winner

winner
Hunting for a place for March Madness? Look no further. Diamond Sports has had some big winners recently, and no they aren't named Charlie Sheen.

Fox News to NJ Governor Chris Christie: Legalize Internet Gambling

Internet Gambling
Internet gambling is untaxed and unregulated, Fox News noted in a recent piece.  The amount of jobs that can be generated from the multi-billion dollar industry would be astonishing.

Last Chance Sports Book at Border Closes Down

Caliente’s so-called Last Chance Sports Book, next to the Yellow Cab lot and across the street from the entrance to Plaza Viva Tijuana, was done away with on or around February 12.

Mafia Cash Cows: Craigslist Sex Trafficking, Offshore Internet Gambling, and Wind Energy

Following the high profile arrest of 125 alleged Mafia associates, many of you were probably left wondering how the Mob makes money these days.

Christina Aguilera Is Not The Only One With A Headache After Botched National Anthem

Christina Aguilera
Forget the fact that Christina Aguilera botched the lyrics of the National Anthem during Sunday’s Super Bowl...

$87.5 Million Bet On This Year’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas

Super Bowl
The numbers are in and the Nevada Gaming Control Board reports that $87.5 million was bet on this year’s Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

Some Vegas Sportsbooks Saved by Last Minute Steelers Surge

Super Bowl 2011 Vegas
Some Las Vegas sportsbooks like The M, The Venetian, Hard Rock and Tropicana made out well this Super Bowl.

How Hurt is Jay Cutler Really? Bookie Balks, Cutler Walks

Jay Cutler
The Twitter universe has blasted Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler and so too have the Vegas bookmakers.

Super Bowl 2011 Betting: $100 Million in Vegas Possible, More Online

Super Bowl 2011 Betting
Some of the Las Vegas sportsbook operators are predicting a record $100 million bet on the Super Bowl 2011.  A few are less optimistic.

World Sports Exchange Latest Scam: Free Money Bonus

World Sports Exchange
Those waiting months for payouts from World Sports Exchange (WSEX.com) were greeted to a shocking message in their email boxes over the past few days.

Jay Cutler a Wimp: Bookmaker Jimmy Vacarro Echoes Public Sentiment

Jay Cutler Wimp
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is being criticized for his departure early in the third quarter of the NFC Championship game against arch rivals, the Green Bay Packers.
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