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Federal authorities named golf superstar Phil Mickelson as a relief defendant in a civil suit Thursday that accuses Las Vegas gambler Billy Walters and Thomas Davis, a former corporate board member at Dean Foods, of insider trading.
Beating the odds in a casino is sometimes only half the battle. In the ongoing cat-and-mouse game between the players and the house, casinos regularly resort to unscrupulous tactics to maximize profits, including the use of coercion and even physical force.
A man and his finance who turned themselves in Tuesday deny torturing and sexually assaulting three women over an 18 hour period earlier this month.
An attorney representing famed professional sports bettor and golf course developer Billy Walters says his client is innocent following news of a late afternoon arrest Wednesday.
A man by the name of Brian will be appearing on E! Network’s series about plastic surgery disasters. In 1997, an individual bet Brian $100,000 that he wouldn’t get breast implants and he did just that.
A judge has thrown out the conviction of a Las Vegas grandmother who claims a gambling addiction made her steal more than $500,000 from the plumbing business where she kept the books for almost 25 years.
Anyone who loves to bet on sports knows the excitement and exhilaration that a big win can bring, but if they have been at this game long enough they also understand that losing streaks are also a part of the overall equation.
Phil Mickelson has agreed to forfeit nearly $1 million that the Securities and Exchange Commission said was unfairly earned on a tip from an insider trading scheme conducted by a former corporate director and a professional gambler.
A new movie out this month about professional sports bettors is called "The Best of It" and one of the stars of the two-hour documentary is the late Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner, who created two of the Internet's first sports betting portals, ThePrescription.com and EyeOnGambling.com.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has confirmed it banned Irish bookmaker Boylesports from featuring an advertisement depicting the crucifixion.
Justin Beiber is working along side Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallon’s daughter, Christina, in hopes of bringing online gambling to the friendly (or unfriendly, if you’ve flown in coach lately) skies.
A couple accused of beating, raping and torturing three women over an 18 hour period have surrendered to law enforcement only 24 hours after the story first appeared in Malaysia media and on Gambling911.com.
CG Technology is in danger of losing its gaming license after being accused of underpaying bettors by more than $700,000 on an estimated 20,000 wagers.
A former bank manager who pleaded guilty to embezzling more than $5 million from a suburban bank branch she managed in southwest Ohio has been sentenced to 5½ years in prison.
On Tuesday, Vice Media reported on the late Vincent "Chin" Gigante, who ran New York’s Genovese Crime Family starting in the early 1980’s and managed to survive doing so for nearly another 25 years.
Three female employees of an online gambling website were reportedly tortured, beaten and electrocuted by their boss, his female partner and six other men.
While much has been made of the “marriage of convenience” between a Michigan state Senator and his wife’s lobbying firm backing the online poker bill he’s trying to push through as law, the poker media outlets continue to paint a rosy picture of SB 889’s likelihood of passage.
One of Britain’s biggest technology start-ups may not be able to survive the current crackdown on the Daily Fantasy Sports sector.
Las Vegas regulators are very interested in the prospect of betting on eSports but admit this probably won’t happen until the end of this year the earliest.
As reported by the Detroit Free Press late Saturday night, state Sen. Mike Kowall has sponsored a bill to legalize online poker, a piece of legislation it turns out his wife’s lobbying firm has its hand in.
The Detroit Free Press’ Paul Egan broke the story late Saturday that Michigan state Senator Mike Kowal’s wife currently works for the lobbying firm that is pushing her husband’s online gambling bill.
In a shocking revelation late Saturday, the Detroit Free Press has revealed that an Internet gambling bill sponsored by Sen. Mike Kowall is being backed by his wife’s lobbying firm, thus presenting a tremendous conflict of interest.
Professor claims Daily Fantasy contests are designed to seduce a youth market while utilizing similar marketing techniques as pornography.
18 members of the Genovese crime family have been charged with racketeering, Conspiracy, attempted murder, extortion conspiracy, firearms offenses and illegal gambling.
What is going on over at TonyBet.com, where complaints appear commonplace. Antanas ‘Tony G’ Guoga started the site a few years back with much fanfare especially since he had developed such a solid reputation as both a poker player and politician.
Eastern European Gambling Media is proud to host their first iGaming conference dealing with the Central, Eastern and Northern European online gambling markets.
The Russian Basketball Federation says it has banned 24 players from 11 clubs as part of an investigation into gambling.
Ken "The Shrink" Weitzner, the phony psychiatrist and degenerate gambler who started two popular websites about sports betting and then killed himself, is one of the stars of a new movie about sports betting that premiered last week.
14 individuals were arrested by Georgia Commercial Gambling Unit deputies Thursday for allegedly violating state gambling laws.
ESPN The Magazine will feature a story in the coming month profiling former New England Patriots wide receiver Reche Caldwell who, in March of 2014 got busted for running an illegal bookmaking business. But that turned out to be just a minor infraction.
46 reputed mobsters charged with extortion, gambling, gun-running, violent acts of retribution, loan-sharking and more were caught on both audio tape and video tape by the feds, according to reports.
Malta set to become the first European country to specifically regulate DFS Malta’s gaming regulator will roll out a specific skill game licence