..

Jenny Woo Talks Poker Indictments as PokerStars Figures out how to Pay Players

Written by:
Jenny Woo
Published on:
Apr/21/2011
Jenny Woo

Following news Wednesday that the US Attorney’s Office out of the Southern District of New York had returned domain names for two seized online poker sites, Full Tilt and PokerStars, in order to facilitate payments, the later company announced it is in the process of working on software updates to allow for such withdrawals.

PokerStars.com support issued this notice to US players: 

We are still in the process of preparing the technical solutions and formulating the plan and processes required to allow you to cash out your balance.

Our own Jenny Woo sat down with Don Best TV on Wednesday immediately following the DOJ’s decision to allow these cashouts.  Ms. Woo has been working around the clock gathering information related to this story.  She is one of the brains behind Gambling911.com's aggressive social media project with stories breaking around the clock on our Twitter page.

 

Watch Jenny and Pat Williams Here

Gambling News

Betfair - the advantages of a large betting exchange

Betfair - the advantages of a large betting exchange

If you are looking for an online betting marketplace, Betfair is the place to be. It is the first international platform of its kind, which is quite large and has numerous benefits for users.

Maine sports betting legalization falls through

Maine sports betting legalization falls through

Maine was hoping to see the changes in its existing betting regulations, with the preposition made during the 2020 legislative session that would have finally legalized sports betting in the state.

Wilder-Fury 2 Will Likely Be Most Bet on Event of the Year

Wilder-Fury 2 Will Likely Be Most Bet on Event of the Year

An early analyses of the interest in Saturday's rematch between Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury suggests a historic betting event could be underway.  Bars and pubs across the world are likely to be packed wall-to-wall and most folks will want in on the action by placing a wager via their mobile device.

Chinese Hackers Have Breached Online Betting and Gambling Sites

Gambling and Sports Betting News February 19, 2020: Chinese Hackers Have Breached Online Betting and Gambling Sites

Here are today's headlines in the world of gambling and sports betting as they happen - Wednesday February 19, 2020.

Can I Bet on FanDuel From Maryland?

Can I Bet on FanDuel From Maryland?

FanDuel is not available from the state of Maryland.  Sites like Bookmaker, in business since 1986....

Syndicate