Archive | March, 2010

NASCAR Comes to Martinsville

NASCAR is coming to Martinsville and some of the sport’s best racers will be fighting it out to for the privilege of being able to take their place on the winner’s podium. That also means it’s time for some NASCAR betting. Martinsville Speedway is the shortest track in the Sprint Cup Series and has proven [...]

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UFC 111 Coming This Weekend

The UFC 111 Event will take place this weekend, March 27, 2010. This highly anticipated event will take place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. Individuals not able to attend, can catch the fight live on Pay-Per-View. Bet on UFC 111 Today There will two world titles up for grabs during this event, [...]

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New Online Gaming Gaming Law to Boost US Federal Revenue by $30 Million

Representative Jim McDermott, the proponent of the recently updated version of the Internet Gambling Regulation and Tax Enforcement Act of 2010, has received the staunch support of the Safe and Secure Internet Gambling Initiative on Thursday. The updated act provides guarantee fees and taxes from online gamblers in a bid to raise the federal and [...]

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Governor Lynch Opposes Gaming Expansion Bill

Senate Bill 489, a gaming expansion bill, will soon become the law if the Legislature allows it, but Governor John Lynch is determined to prevent this.  At the annual Service Credit Union meet held in Portsmouth, Lynch said that he was opposed to the bill on grounds that it will lead to uncontrolled gaming expansion. He [...]

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Canadians Demand Government Regulated Online Gaming

The Toronto Sun recently published an interesting article about online gambling. The article quoted the results of a survey on online gaming, conducted by Ipsos Reid. Some interesting statistics was also quoted, which revealed the average Canadian’s take on online gambling. Ipsos Reid collected the opinions of 1,032 people, both from Canada and America, in [...]

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Kentucky to Repeat Attempts to Seize Online Gaming Domain Names

Kentucky recently renewed its efforts to confiscate 141 domain names which included world famous poker site domains: Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars. Although a Kentucky Court of Appeals prevented this move; the state Supreme Court helped lead the state to victory. However, the Supreme Court ruling might not be regarded final. According to the Supreme [...]

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Online Poker Has a Very Uncertain Future in the US

Nobody can deny that the popularity of online gaming is undoubtedly on the rise. Unfortunately, the US is lagging behind in its acceptance of this simple fact. The future of online gaming in the US is still uncertain. Everybody associated with the online gaming world in general and with online poker in particular is waiting [...]

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Sweet 16 Predictions – Part II

Yesterday we touched on the Midwest and West brackets and who we saw coming out of those into the Final Four. Today, we want to visit the East and the South regions and give our Sweet 16 predictions for those. East Region The East bracket is what we like to think of as “David vs. [...]

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Sweet 16 Predictions – Part I

March Madness is in full swing. After the best first round in NCAA March Madness history going on last weekend, we are in for more basketball betting excitement this weekend. The Sweet Sixteen kicks off on Thursday and should provide 4 more days of great basketball. We’d like to take a minute and give out [...]

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US States Move Rapidly Toward Gambling Expansion

Many of the US states, which are heavily dependent on gambling revenue, are now making quick moves toward gambling expansion following a sheer drop in gambling revenue. Freely admitting their dependence on gaming revenue, lawmakers are approving the addition of games, lotteries, and casinos. Legalized casinos in Pennsylvania have added more than 25,000 slot machines. [...]

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