Archive | April, 2010

Online Betting Site Profits From Elections

William Hill is raking in huge profits this fiscal year, thanks to the general elections. More and more people are betting on the results of the general elections. William Hill also has to thank the immense popularity of the leaders’ debates, which have been televised for the first time. The broadcast appears to be responsible [...]

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Officials Seek to Clarify Canadian Gaming Laws at Summit

The Canadian Gaming Summit, which is currently in progress, appears to focus on the subject of online gaming, instead of its usual topics of industrial developments and land-based technologies. Gaming professional have grabbed this opportunity to speak about the online gaming laws in Canada and their opinions about online gaming. President of the Interactive Gaming [...]

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Casino Groups Eager to Enter American Online Gaming Market

Two prominent casino groups have revealed that they are ready to enter the American Internet gambling market as soon as it is legalized. Harrah’s, the world’s largest casino group, has already established an online presence in the UK. The other is PartyGaming, a prominent online gaming concern, which had once established its presence in the [...]

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Court Denies Bail to Online Casino Payment Handler

A court in New York has refused to agree with the ruling of a Las Vegas judge, which permits Daniel Tzvetkoff, who processes online casino payments, to receive bail. The court in New York termed Tzvetkoff as “a serious flight risk.” A new hearing is scheduled to determine whether Tzvetkoff, who has been accused of [...]

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Are Indians Allowed To Use Offshore Betting Sites?

The Indian Premier League (IPL) matches have encouraged plenty of betting. Although betting is illegal in India, it does not stop people from betting at offshore punting sites such as Paddy Power and William Hill. Rupert Adams, a William Hill spokesperson confirmed that the company receives bets from Indian punters, adding that the company expects [...]

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NL East lead up for grabs over weekend

The National League East Divisional lead will be up for grabs this weekend when the New York Mets visit the city of brotherly love to take on the Philadelphia Phillies. After a slow start, the New York Mets have won seven straight games to grab a 1/2 gamee lead on Philadelphia. The Phillies are 12-9 [...]

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NHL set to move onto second round

The National Hockey League is set to move onto the second round, in the quest for the Stanley Cup. The first round saw some excellent energy, and some fantastic finishes. The second round promises more of the same. In the first round, the Philadelphia Flyers were the first to finish, as they disposed of the [...]

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NBA Playoffs heating up

The National Basketball Association have seen plenty of first round drama this season. On Sunday, several key stories were told to make a statement in the postseason. The San Antonio Spurs are one win away from eliminating the # 2 seed in the Western Conference; Dallas Mavericks. This series has seen plenty of action, including [...]

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NFL Draft – come and gone

  The NFL Draft for 2010 has come and gone. The excitement is still in place for all teams after their selection of youngsters over the weekend. This year’s NFL draft was the longest in history, as it was the first time it spanned for three days. The draft started Thursday and ended Saturday evening. [...]

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Tax Report Claims IPL Matches Are Fixed For Betting Purposes

An income tax report reveals that Indian cricket superstars have fixed the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches, which cricket fans have been watching for the past two months. A team captain, who is an International player, is one of the accused. The report, fortunately, clears Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, and Sourav Ganguly of any blame. [...]

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