Collusion Ring Detected at Party Poker

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Nov/02/2017

Collusion Ring at Party Poker Taken Down - On Oct. 21, a TwoPlusTwo forum poster named "FarseerFinland" posted a thread titled "Huge collusion ring in High Stakes MTTs at PartyPoker" that unveiled suspected collusion within high-stakes tournaments at partypoker, prompting response and action from the online poker site.   Read More

Senator No Longer Doing Adelson’s Bidding? -

PA just became the 4th US state to legalize online poker with Sen. Lisa Boscola among the biggest opponents in the state. Up until recently, Boscola had been a loyal mouthpiece for casino magnate Sheldon Adelson’s agenda to prohibit the legalization of Internet gambling.  No any more.

Her district is home to Sands Bethlehem, which The has provided a serious revenue infusion to Bethlehem and the surrounding Lehigh Valley. It has invested around $800 million in its footprint, and it employs more than 2,500 residents. Boscola calls it an anchor for growth in the region.  Read More - Ace King, Gambling911.com

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