• 17 December 2011

    Play Immortal Beloved for Free and Win Cash (Affiliate Exclusive!)

    Red Flush Casino knows that in order to spread the word about its new Immortal Romance online slot, it first has to spread the love. And now it has with an exclusive offer for its affiliates. Head to Red Flush Casino via this link to choose between the following: a 50% deposit bonus match up to $49 and 30 free spins .

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  • 15 December 2011 is Now and Accepts US Poker Players Online

    In July a major announcement was made by Bodog Poker to leave the U.S. market. The announcement was made not long after the DoJ’s handing down of indictments to the major U.S. facing online poker sites. Today, Bodog announced that their will now be rebranded as Bovada Poker and will be accepting U.S. online poker players. The new website will be run by the former license holders for Bodog in the United States, Morris Mohawk Gaming Group (MMGG).

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  • 14 December 2011

    Christmas Freeroll Slot Tournaments at Sloto'Cash Casino!

    Do you live in the US, the UK or anywhere and looking for some slots action? Head over to Sloto’Cash Casino and play Christmas Freeroll slot tournaments! Check our Christmas Casino promotions page for more information on Sloto’Cash casino’s Christmas freerolls. To break it down, Sloto’Cash casino has $20 freerolls every weekday in December 2011 and $50 freeroll slot tournaments on weekends; as well as $500 guarantee tourneys for a small entry fee.

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  • 11 December 2011

    Ontario Inching Closer to Online Gambling

    The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. have sent out a request for proposals from online gaming companies to seek help in running an online gambling operation in Ontario. The move could bring in an estimated $100 million over five years and says that $450 million is annually wagered over the web by Ontarians. There are several provinces already in the online gambling market and according to lottery spokesman Tony Bitonti “we want to . . . get this right the first time.

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  • 09 December 2011

    Not Everyone Sure Online Gambling is Safe

    Nevada and in particularly Las Vegas is pushing to regulate online gambling either within the state or on a national level. Many U.S. land based casinos are already making partnerships with online gambling companies to get ready for what they hope is the inevitable passing of some kind of U.S. regulations. Not everyone however seems to be on the online gambling bandwagon.

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  • 05 December 2011

    Commission Study Shows $60m in Online Poker Revenues in Iowa

    A new study in Iowa by the Racing and Gaming Commission projects if lawmakers choose to legalize online poker within the state, operators could make between $13-60 million dollars a year. The report goes on to say that if poker operators would be levied the same tax level that is currently being levied to most of the state-licensed riverboats and racetrack-casinos that the state gambling revenue would increase $3 million and $13 million annually.

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  • 03 December 2011

    Bodog Debuts Anonymous Poker Tables

    Bodog Poker’s new software creates a new realm of online poker with a whole host of new features, including their revolutionary anonymous online poker tables now featured site-wide. Bodog’s own Jonas Odman emphasizes these measures as necessary to create fair and fun environment for players of all levels. “We’ve shown before that we are not afraid of controversy by changing the way rakeback was viewed and starting to black data mining sites,” says Odman.

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  • 30 November 2011

    Online Gambling Will Miss Barney Frank

    One of online gambling’s biggest supporters has announced he will not seek another term in office. Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) announced that he will not seek reelection in 2012.In 2006, Congress passed the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) in a last moment add-on to must pass legislation. This angered Rep. Frank and ever since he has fought for online gambling and has sponsoring of several pieces of legislation to legalize and regulate online gaming in the United States.

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  • 29 November 2011

    Online Gambling Companies Complain to EU over Greek Law

    A complaint has been filed by online gambling companies with the European Union (EU) regulators against the new Greek revenue-raising law. The new law, according to the complaint would hinder betting firms who would want to start services in Greece.The European Gaming and Betting Association which represents some of the big names in online gambling including Bwin.

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  • 19 November 2011

    DOJ May Have Deal in Place For Sale of Full Tilt Poker

    According to a Thursday article on CNNMoney, a deal was reached between Groupe Bernard Tapie (GBT) and the US Department of Justice.  The article claimed that this deal was brokered by the DOJ and cleared the way for GBT to purchase Full Tilt Poker.  The article however was taken down quickly after it was put up.An article on CBS news however has also posted an AP story that also claims that a preliminary agreement has been reached with prosecutors.

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