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  • iPoker Powwow Takes Place in Sacramento
    Mar 04 2014

    iPoker Powwow Takes Place in Sacramento

    Last week Assemblyman Isadore Hall addressed tribal representatives and gambling operators during Sacramento’s iGaming Legislative Symposium, where he outlined online poker’s future in 2014. Talks had stopped dead in their tracks last year when tribes and lawmakers failed to meet an agreement on the drafted legislation. Wouldn’t you guess it, their differences are coming back

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  • Sands Casino Announces Customers’ Personal Info Lifted
    Mar 04 2014

    Sands Casino Announces Customers’ Personal Info Lifted

    Identity Theft Hits Home for PA Casino Visitors The incident reportedly occurred on the 10th of February, while news of the breach came only last week. The target of the security breach was the Las Vegas Sands casino in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. An exact number of customers and employees who were affected by the security breach

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  • Penn National Awarded Massachusetts Slots Licence
    Mar 03 2014

    Penn National Awarded Massachusetts Slots Licence

    Last Friday the Massachusetts Gaming Commission officially awarded a slots casino license for the Plainridge Racecourse in Plainville. The Penn National casino company now has a month to pay the $25 million license fee. However, at such a high price the license could turn out to be a very costly mistake for Penn National. At

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  • UK Culture Secretary Calls for Tougher Gambling Rules
    Mar 03 2014

    UK Culture Secretary Calls for Tougher Gambling Rules

    The UK’s Culture Secretary Maria Miller has said that a voluntary code of conduct for the gambling industry will become compulsory and needs to be tougher. The voluntary code includes suggestions such as setting limits for the amount of money and time punters spends on machines. However, Miller wants the Gambling Commission to make the

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  • Macau Casinos Seek to Bypass Junket Operators
    Mar 03 2014

    Macau Casinos Seek to Bypass Junket Operators

    For years Macau’s casinos have relied upon junket operators that recruited rich gamblers from the mainland. However, now the junket operators are being cut out by companies such as Sheldon Adelson’s Sands China which performs the same services. There are huge sums of money at stake for casinos in Macau. Macau is the world’s biggest

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  • Full Tilt Players Enjoy Green Friday
    Mar 03 2014

    Full Tilt Players Enjoy Green Friday

    Last Friday Garden City Group issued more than $76 million in payouts to Americans that are owed money by Full Tilt Poker. The long awaited payments were performed by ACH deposits to the bank accounts of players who had confirmed their Full Tilt account balances in time. This means that the funds are likely to

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  • Poker Could Be a Goldmine If US Plays Its Cards Right
    Mar 02 2014

    Poker Could Be a Goldmine If US Plays Its Cards Right

    Online Poker Findings in the United States Market While American players are the dominant demographic for the online sport, playing poker for money has been a hot-button issue in the states. Currently only three states allow regulated gambling in online poker games, they are Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware. These states have enjoyed the benefits

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  • What Exactly is Bitcoin and Is It Reliable?
    Mar 02 2014

    What Exactly is Bitcoin and Is It Reliable?

    The last year has seen bitcoin grow from something that only a few really knew about or understood to a massive worldwide phenomenon. Last year saw the value of 1 bitcoin grow from around $13 to a high of over $1,000. At the same time people began to use it for everyday transactions and bitcoin

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  • Gambling Addiction Rife in Berlin
    Mar 01 2014

    Gambling Addiction Rife in Berlin

    The German capital city of Berlin is rapidly becoming a haven for gambling addicts. Berlin is home to 600 gambling arcades, 300 sports betting houses and about 2,500 café-casinos. Unfortunately, a fifth of Germany’s 100,000 gambling addicts also live in Berlin. There have been tough regulations introduced to try and help addicts, such as a

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  • Expanded Gambling May Come to Deadwood Casinos
    Mar 01 2014

    Expanded Gambling May Come to Deadwood Casinos

    The town of Deadwood in South Dakota has been struggling with a stationary gambling market for quite some time. This January gambling revenues were down 3.8% compared to the same month last year. As a result Deadwood casinos have turned to the Legislature for better ways to compete with casinos in other states. Now there

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