Player traffic on the ring game tables of the industry’s top online poker sites took a dramatic fall during the month of April, punctuated by a 14.7% decline at PokerStars.
The head of the Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association (iMEGA.org) got up for an early work out at an undisclosed hotel in San Jose, Costa Rica
By CRIS BARRISH, The News Journal
(CNN) - With their budgets teetering on bankruptcy, states are digging deep to find creative ways to ease their financial woes.
The major sports leagues have made it abundantly clear. They do not want legalized sports betting in either Delaware or New Jersey. Both states claim sports betting will help to boost their res
In recent years, Russians have made an impact on the world of poker. In particular there is Ivan Demidov, who made the final table of both the World Series of Poker and its European cousin the sa
WASHINGTON - The four major pro sports leagues and the NCAA sued Delaware Friday, seeking to block the state from implementing sports betting.
Delaware's sports betting plan "would irreparably harm professional and amateur sports by fostering suspicion and skepticism that individual plays and final scores of games may have been influenced by factors other than honest athletic competition," the leagues and NCAA said in a lawsuit filed in federal court in Delaware.
Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) wrote a letter to US Attorney-General Eric Holder, asking him to vigorously oppose a suit challenging the Federal law banning the expansion of state licensed and regulated sports wagering, brought by the Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming Association (iMEGA).
In order to diffuse the controversy surrounding a Cambridge police officer, Sgt.
Rep. Heath Shuler (D-N.C.), a former Washington Redskins quarterback, was among three members of Congress who sent a joint letter to Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr.
As mentioned in an earlier article, we are in the midst of National Poker Week. As part of the festivities, the Poker Players Alliance (PPA) held what is known as a Fly-In dinner in Washington.
The Poker Players Alliance organized a "meet up" in Washington, D.C. as part of its "National Poker Week".
So much for the controversy involving pirated music download company, Zookz.com, claiming it can operate freely from the Caribbean nation of Antigua without reprecussions. They suspended operatio
Poker pro and UltimateBet.com representative, Annie Duke, is in Washington, D.C.
The Department of Justice is opposing New Jersey Gov. Corzine joining the PASPA challenge as a plaintiff, saying he lacks the standing or interest to intervene.
During an interview on the Howard Stern Show Monday morning, Poker Players Alliance Chief Alfonse D'Amato admitted he is still having sex with his six month pregnant wife. D'Amato will be 89 when
Gambling911.com readers have spoken and they express outrage over - of all things - President Obama assassination odds, which while no longer offered by Ireland's Paddy Power, continue to generate
LAS VEGAS (Associated Press) -Nevada Sen.
The state of New Jersey desperately needs a boost to help its troubled economy... and so too does its Governor, Jon Corzine.
An Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) chief has said the Australian government will "embarrass itself" if it pushes ahead with plans to install a national Interne
The Irish Examiner reported Tuesday that Ireland's biggest - and the United Kingdom's third largest - bookmaker, Paddy Power, is now poised to enter the lucrative U.S.
It didn't take long for the online gambling website BetUS.com to post odds on former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin following
Everyone's favorite Congressman, Barney Frank, made an appearance at the 2009 World Series of Poker Sunday, perhaps even upstaging bracelet record holder, Phil Hellmuth, who arrived dressed as a Ro
Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, Barney Frank, will be available for interviews Sunday at this year's World Series of Poker, being held at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas. Congres
TRENTON - Governor Jon S.
Bahador Ahmadi, a Canadian born Iranian, won $278,104 and a gold bracelet this past weekend at the 2009 World Series of Poker.
Ahmadi requested that the Iranian National Anthem be played in order to pay his respect to all those looking for reform in that troubled nation. Most of those in the room stood up to show their respect Pokerati reports that he told Nolan Dalla after his win:
Continuing my lengthy conversation with iMEGA chief, Joe Brennan, Jr., I asked about the potential for European Internet gambling firms, the likes of Paddy Power, William Hill, Ladbrokes, etc.., to
Guy Laliberte, founder of billion dollar entertainment company Cirque du Soleil has disappeared off the Full Tilt radar.
A California federal judge on Monday dismissed three of the four causes of action in a civil lawsuit filed by tracks owned by The Stronach Group (TSG) against the online fantasy gaming site DerbyWars.
What first appeared as if it was going to be a competitive set of primaries now have former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and real estate magnate-turned reality TV star Donald Trump as strong favorites.