Former East Enders soap star scoops £100,000 poker win

Michael Greco, is a former actor in the BBC soap ‘East Enders’, who left the soap claiming he wanted to work in theatre. Very soon after, he became a professional gambler.

Read ‘The letter’ purported to be authored by Jon Kyl

A letter purported to have been written by Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona, and circulated throughout Congress last week is circulating on various Internet sites.

Cyprus looks to introducing online gambling laws

CYPRIOTS gambled more than £28 million over the internet in 2006, according to figures presented to the House Institutions Committee of Cyprus, by credit card company JCC.

NETELLER Announces Service Changes to Canadian and Turkish Market

A press release on the NETELLER Plc Group website on 26th March announced several significant changes to its services in a number of markets.

New EC Ruling Could Have Effect on US Internet Gambling Laws

On 21st March, The European Commission (EC) took the next step towards removing gambling restrictions in a number of EU states.

NETELLER plans return of US Customer’s Funds

The NETELLER Plc Group , the leading global independent online money transfer business, today announced that it has signed agreements with each of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York and Navigant Consulting, Inc.

Gambling firms not encouraged by UK betting tax

Gambling firms and casino operators were left disappointed by Wednesday’s budget after Chancellor Gordon Brown slapped higher tax on large casinos and did little to tempt Internet gambling onshore.

Louisiana drops warrant on former Sportingbet chairman

Emerging on many reliable news sources, is the news that the State of Louisiana, which led the crackdown on internet gambling last year, has unexpectedly backed down.

Swear at ‘Fred’ the Bingo Gala mascot for UK bingo jackpot joy!

Online bingo players often keep a lucky mascot nearby their computer when playing the games. Others however, prefer to trust to the luck of the game’s own mascot.

French court fines Partouche 40,000 Euros

A court in the Paris suburb of Nanterre, France has handed Patrick Partouche, the chairman of French Groupe Partouche, a 12-month suspended prison sentence and a 40,000 Euro.

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