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Australian Casinos And Sports Use Celeb Push Of Gambling

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/27/2011

Gambling Business: James Packer Won’t Pursue Vegas Again

The sharp as a sharks tooth James Packer has dismissed a return to the the embattled and politically red hot American gaming market. At least, for the near future, but never say never.

The likable executive chairman of Crown Limited issued the statement in the hard to forget aftermath of the firms horrendous AU$3 billion (US$2.99 billion) expansion into the United States before the global financial crisis. You know, the one that George W's leadership saw in, and the same one that Barack Omama inherited.

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/22/2011

Aussie One Armed Bandits The New Big Brother

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/21/2011

Gambling911.com’s Media Man Greg Tingle Targeted By Crim

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/11/2011

Cruise Ships Gamble On Western Australia

Here's some unusual news for Australia.  Cruise ships off Western Australia are going to allow gambling.

Ahoy and G'day punters, gaming and casino millionaires, billionaires, legal eagles, law enforcement officials, politicians and everyone else. Today we sail the high seas with cruise ships off Western Australia where gambling is permitted. Media Man http://www.mediamanint.com and Gambling911 with your daily dose of Australian news. 

Cruise Ships In Western Australia Allowed Floating Casinos...

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/02/2011

Tingle: Australia Gambling With Legal Eagles And Politics

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Mar/02/2011

Sin City Sydney: Darling Habour Gets Star City Rub

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/24/2011

Aussie Pokie Reforms To Cost Australian Clubs 100M Plus

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/22/2011

Sin City Sydney: Kings Cross Gambling On Real Life Underbelly

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/22/2011

Brendan Fevola Termination Not Legal Says Management

Submitted by Alistair Prescott on, Feb/21/2011

Australasian Casino Association: Pokies Reform To Take Decade!

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/20/2011

AFL Tired Of Gambling On Punter Fevola

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/19/2011

Aussie Hotels Want Pokie Limit Trial...

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/17/2011

Pokies Limits Likely to Cost Australian Hotels Up To $4B

Pokies limits Likely To Cost Hotels Up To $4b'...

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/16/2011

Three Poker Players Appear in Court Over Cocaine Trafficking Charges: FARC Ties?

Three Australian poker players appeared before the Melbourne Chief Magistrate to be formally charged with multiple cocaine trafficking offenses.   

David Saab, 37, Darren Francis Hughes, 27, and Robert Alan Remeeus, 27, are each accused of importing and distribution of cocaine during the Aussie Millions poker tournament.  The three have remained uncooperative.

Submitted by Jagajeet Chiba on, Feb/13/2011

Aussie James Packer Riding Wave Of Success

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/11/2011

Australian Gambling and Politics: Cat And Mouse Games

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/10/2011

Australian Gambling And Politics: Fun And Games

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/08/2011

Real Life Underbelly NRL Style

Submitted by Greg Tingle on, Feb/05/2011

Breaking News

Phil Ivey Settles With Borgata?

Phil Ivey Settles With Borgata?

While reports surfaced this week that poker pro Phil Ivey had settled his long-standing dispute with Atlantic City's Borgata Casino, the deal has yet to be finalized.

Trump at 38.7 Percent Chance of Being Re-elected

Trump at 38.7 Percent Chance of Being Re-elected

One online sportsbook has updated its political odds, and it has created prop bets surrounding recent news regarding Dr. Fauci and Twitter.

Borgata to Reopen July 26

Borgata to Reopen July 26

The Borgata casino will reopen on July 26, the last of Atlantic City's nine gambling resorts to resume operating amid the coronavirus outbreak. The casino will host an invitation-only "soft opening" starting July 23, Borgata officials told The Associated Press, and will open its doors to everyone three days later.