Gambling

More Casino Robberies: This Time in The Caribbean

Media Man and Gambling911 are deeply disturbed by the recent increase in casino robberies and heists and poker tournaments.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/22/2010

Gambling Associations Did Disservice to Owners in KY Case

The Kentucky Supreme Court reversed the Kentucky Appeals court's decision that tossed out the seizure order issued on 141 online gambling domain names this past week.

None of the representatives from the betting firms stepped forward to appear in court.  Instead they were represented by two industry trade organizations: The Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association (iMEGA) and the Interactive Gaming Council (IGC).

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/22/2010

Messing With Perfection in NCAA Tournament

(Associated Press) - They've floated the trial balloons and watched as they were punctured one by one.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/22/2010

Berlin Poker Robbery: All-In Custody

Berlin police have now arrest all four suspects in a brazen poker tournament robbery exactly two weeks after it occurred.

Submitted by Ace King on, Mar/21/2010

Mike Tyson’s Pigeon Show Violates NY Gambling Laws

PETA is accusing Animal Planet and Mike Tyson of violating NY gambling laws related to animal racing.

From TMZ.com:

Submitted by Tyrone Black on, Mar/21/2010

Online Gambling Can Still Be Saved ….Sort Of

You may have read my article yesterday entitled "ACLU Should Stand Firm in Kentucky Online Gambling I

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Mar/20/2010

Jagajeet Chiba to Attend iGaming Super Show

Gambling911.com can reveal that its beat reporter Jagajeet Chiba will be attending the must ballyhooed iGaming Super Show May 25 - 28 in Prague, Czech Republic, along with his lovely wife, Sadhvi.

Submitted by Payton on, Mar/18/2010

James Packer, Casino Tycoons Gather to Aid the Indigenous

Tonight's the night!

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/18/2010

ACLU Should Stand Firm in Kentucky Online Gambling Issue

The online gambling sector was dealt a serious blow on Thursday with news that the Kentucky Supreme Court reversed a state court of appeals ruling blocking an attempt by the Commonwealth of Kentuck

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Mar/18/2010

World Sports Exchange, Jay Cohen Image Tarnished

The once proud World Sports Exchange (WSEX.com), founded in 1996, has fallen on bad times and co-founder Jay Cohen hasn't said much about the matter.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Mar/18/2010

Berlin Poker Robbers at Large Will be Caught Soon

Police have launched a massive manhunt for two remaining suspects in a brazen Berlin poker robbery.  Two individuals are now in custody following the March 6 incident at the Grand Hyatt Hotel duri

Submitted by Ace King on, Mar/18/2010

Online Gambling: KY Supreme Court Questions Standing

The Kentucky supreme court today issued a ruling that it will not lift the freeze by registrars of 141 Internet gambling domain names unless an owner of the names comes forward.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/18/2010

Abramovich Wins Payout over Gambling Claim

(UKPA)

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/18/2010

Where to Bet on the NCAA March Madness Tournament

Where to bet on the NCAA March Madness Tournament 2010 if you happen not to be in Vegas?

Gambling911.com endorsed online sportsbooks are offering massive discounts and special bonus offerings with tons of free cash bonuses, some exclusive to the NCAA March Madness Tournament event as well as contests that promise payouts of $1 million dollars and up.   

"We have online sportsbooks, as an example, that will match deposits of $300," said Payton O'Brien, Senior Editor of the Gambling911.com website.

Submitted by Guest on, Mar/17/2010

March Madness 2010 Record Viewers, Bets Expected

CBS is expecting record number of viewers as the Men's NCAA College Basketball Round One games kick off Thursday and March Madness 2010 gets underway in full force.

Submitted by C Costigan on, Mar/17/2010

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

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

Macau Leader Pressures Casino Operators

By KATE O'KEEFFE And JONATHAN CHENG, www.wsj.com

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:

Hi,

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

By MICHAEL J. CRUMB (AP)

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

Breaking News

Where Can I Bet The 2022 NFL Playoffs Online From Ohio?

Where Can I Bet The 2022 NFL Playoffs Online From Ohio?

Betting on this year's NFL Playoffs is possible from the great state of Ohio using BetUS.

Betting Softwares for Bookies

Betting Software to Help Bookies.... Players Too

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How Much Money Do I Need To Start My Own Sportsbook?

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