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Ladbrokes Leaves Canada

UK-based Ladbrokes has decided to leave the Canadian market. As of Oct. 1, no Canadian players will be able to register, deposit, or use any Labdrokes-related products. Players will have 30 days to withdraw funds from their accounts. Ladbrokes issued the following...

South Point Gets Historic Online Poker License

Just yesterday, the five members of the Nevada Gaming Commission unanimously agreed to give South Point Casino a license to legally operate a real-money, intrastate poker website.  The event is historic because it marks the first time that a license of this sort has...

Federal Judge Rules Poker is a Skill Game

A United States federal judge ruled yesterday that poker is indeed a game of skill with chance elements involved according to an article posted today by NBC’s Pete Williams. The article further details that, since the ruling was that poker is a game of skill,...

Delaware Legalizes Online Gambling

Just yesterday, Delaware Governor, Jack Markell, made his state the second in the nation to legalize intrastate online gambling by signing the Delaware Gaming Competitiveness Act of 2012, legislation also known as House Bill 333.  With amendments drafted by members of...

Illinois Considering Online Poker

When the Department of Justice issued its reinterpretation of the Wire Act in December of last year in response to the interest New York and Illinois had in selling lottery tickets via the Internet, the door was opened for Illinois to become the first state to offer...

Court Accepts Campos' Guilty Plea

The misdemeanor guilty plea of John Campos, the former head of a bank with Black Friday ties, has been accepted by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Judge Lewis Kaplan, presiding over the matter, received a great deal of input...

Court Accepts Campos’ Guilty Plea

The misdemeanor guilty plea of John Campos, the former head of a bank with Black Friday ties, has been accepted by the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. Judge Lewis Kaplan, presiding over the matter, received a great deal of input...

132 Domain Names Seized in Kentucky

Judge Thomas Wingate ordered the seizure of 132 gambling domain names. But, the order wasn’t just to the registrars, it named the registry as well, Verisign. The problem exists whether or not gambling sites constitute being by definition a gambling device. Quite...

Judge delays Black Friday Plea Deal

In a surprise move made by the U.S. District Judge Lewis A. Kaplan, the prosecution was forced to explain why John Campos of First Sun Trust, a former banking executive who made pre Black Friday money processing possible, was offered such a minor plea deal. The...

Who Is Daniel Tzvetkoff?

Daniel Kim Tzvetkoff seems to be many things to many different people.  He is a son who was born in October, 1983, in Ipswich, Queensland.  He is a genius who started a web design business when he was only 13 years old.  He is an entrepreneur who founded Intabill, an...

Hawaii Poker Bill Dead

The bill that could have brought online poker to the state of Hawaii has been shelved for the time being. The bill named HB2422 failed to even make it to the legislative floor of Hawaii’s state government. This adds Hawaii to the states of Iowa, Mississippi as...

Roadblock for Iowa Poker Bill

Iowa’s proposed intra-state poker legislation is stuck in traffic. After clearing the state’s senate last Tuesday, the bill has failed to make the docket in the House of Representatives. According to iGaming Business, the bill (known as Senate File 2257)...