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Cheers and Jeers Abound for New UK Online Gambling Law

The new UK betting law is expected to be finalized by July 1st and go into effect by September 1st. However, many are concerned the law could create another wild-west situation in the UK.


Speculation on Casino Gambling Legalization in Japan Continues

LVS owner Sheldon Adelson continues to create gambling news across the world, this time in Japan as he salivates at the possibility of legalization before the 2020 Olympics.


LVS Owner Adelson Pulling the Strings of Politicians in the US

Las Vegas Sands is playing the political system, and its owner, Sheldon Adelson, is the puppet master behind the curtain pulling the strings, according to new reports.


New Jersey Bets Big on Sports Gambling, Loses - So Far...

Governor Chris Christie may need a win in the Supreme Court to justify his defense for his initiative to legalize sports betting in the state.


Tribal And Private Gaming Owners Square Off In Massachusetts

Steve Wynn and the Mohegan Sun are squaring off in a battle for a casino license in Massachusetts, and the two have vastly different views of how regulations are being constructed.


Regulations Needed to Stop Criminals at Online Casinos in the USA

Following the new McAfee report revealing issues with criminal activity at online casinos, Jeffrey Maxwell explains how regulations by the US government can stop it.


Usual Suspects On Top In Early MLB Betting

Gamblers are sticking with what they know early in the Major League Baseball season, and the teams with the lowest odds coming in are rewarding the bettors.


Borgata Moves Towards High-Tech Chips After Poker Scam

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey, has changed the poker chips they have been using for years during high stakes tournament after a chip scandal late last year.


New Jersey Nowhere Near Online Gambling Revenue Expectations

The state of New Jersey is far underachieving according to the revenue figures that were expected by Governor Chris Christie when the state regulated online gambling.


Online Gambling Ban Bill Makes Its Way Through US Congress

The latest chapter in the online gambling debate began on Wednesday when Senator Lindsey Graham and Representative Jason Chaffetz introduced a bill to ban most forms of Internet betting.


Historic Land Creating Issues With Massachusetts Casino Plans

Two developers competing to bring new casinos to Massachusetts are facing historic land issues that could derail their chances of securing bids to develop the gaming facilities.


MLB World Series Betting Odds: Dodgers, Tigers Favored

With the regular season just a few weeks away, he Los Angeles Dodgers and Detroit Tigers are the preseason two betting favorites to win the World Series.


Saratoga Takes A Stand Against Casino Gambling Expansion

Saratoga County passed a resolution this week that will ensure that the county attempts to keep casino gambling out of their territory, despite a New York law allowing casinos.


Nevada And Delaware Reach Historic Online Gambling Agreement

Nevada and Delaware have opened the door to nationwide online gambling this week when the two states agreed to allow gamblers in the states play against each other at online poker tables.


Supreme Court To Decide On Poker Legality Case Friday

The US Supreme Court will weigh in on Friday as to whether they will hear a case involving the legality of home poker games in the country, at a time when poker is more popular than ever.


Temporary Control Of Revel Casino In Atlantic City Goes To Chatham

The Revel Casino Hotel has been for the most-part a failure in Atlantic City, and this week Chatham Asset Management was given control of the floundering gaming facility.


With Super Bowl Betting Over, Gamblers Turn To March Madness

Now that the top gambling sporting event, the Super Bowl, has come and gone, bettors are turning their attention to March Madness and the start of the baseball season.


As Alabama Gaming Fight Goes On, Operator Eyes New York

The gaming debate over whether electronic gambling machines in Alabama are legal is ongoing, but one operator has their sights set on bringing their operation to New York.


Poker Pro Sentenced In New York High Stakes Game Case

The poker pro who brought to New York some of the largest poker gamblers in the world was sentenced this week to just under a half year in prison for his role in the illegal poker game.


Pennsylvania Casino Revenue Falls For First Time Ever

Pennsylvania had their run of good luck end in 2013 when casinos in the state saw their first decline in revenue since the state authorized casino gambling in 2006.


 

Poker Bots on the Increase

In July, researchers at the University of Alberta "solved the game" using brute computer force. As such, their computer knew the best strategy to play as much as possible to 50 billion positions auditor. The man must now be very scared to bet money against a virtual opponent, for fear that they are really facing the Alberta computer or its clone.