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Taj Mahal Doesn’t Want Trump’s Name Taken Off

Trump Taj Mahal

- October 22, 2014 By Oliver Young -

Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal Resort Casino has to meet a list of many demands if it doesn’t want to close its doors next month. One if the most successful businessmen in the US, Donald Trump, sued the casino at the beginning of August this year and wants his name taken off of it. Trump [...] Continue Reading

Bank Employee Avoids Jail Time After Stealing €100k and Gambling it Away

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- October 21, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

Conor Egan, a bank worker from Ireland, has managed to avoid jail time despite stealing €100,000 from an Allied Irish Banks (AIB) branch in Kildare where he was employed. The 27-year-old stole the money from his employers on numerous occasions and then used it to fund his gambling habit, going almost a year without getting caught. [...] Continue Reading

Losing Bidder Seeks Revenge by Blocking Sale

- October 20, 2014 By Samantha A. -

The person below the ones at the top is upset over losing in the bidding war over the top selling casino in Atlantic City and now they seek to block the sale, and get the casino back in their hands. This man states that the auctioneers gave away the last bid to someone that was [...] Continue Reading

Legalization of Casino Gambling in Japan Delayed Again

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- October 20, 2014 By Oliver Young -

The legalization of casino gambling in Japan will probably be delayed again, reports say. According to an official, this is a huge setback to gambling operators eager for the launch of the second biggest gambling market in Asia. Experts believe that the Japanese casino gambling market would be one of the largest untapped markets in [...] Continue Reading

Bet365 Among Operators Leaving Singapore Gaming Market

- October 16, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

Several high-profile online gaming operators including Bet365 have decided to pull out of Singapore market after the city-state passed the new gambling legislation. Singapore government passed the Remote Gambling Bill last week, which basically forbids foreign online operators from offering their services to country residents. The legislation will come into effect some time next year, [...] Continue Reading

Dutch Gaming Authority Impose New Fines on Foreign Operators

Dutch Gaming Authority issues new fines on gambling operators

- October 15, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

Netherlands have fined two more foreign gambling operators for illegal gambling activity as they continue the crackdown on gaming companies offering their services to the country’s residents. The Kansspelautoriteit (Dutch Gaming Authority) has fined operators 7red.com and RoyaalCasino.com €130,000 each for the fresh attempts to target Dutch gamers in spite of the government’s stern warnings. [...] Continue Reading

Maryland to Start with Extradition of Calvin Ayre

Calvin Ayre

- October 15, 2014 By Oliver Young -

The US state of Maryland will begin with extradition procedures of Calvin Ayre, the founder of Bodog. According to Baltimore Sun, the federal prosecutors in Maryland will move on and continue to pursue his extradition after he was accused of running illegal gambling operations as well as money laundering in 2012. Maryland federal prosecutors want [...] Continue Reading

Chukchansi Casino Looking at Closure That Will Last

- October 14, 2014 By Samantha A. -

When it comes to the Chukchansi Casino, they are looking at a closure that may even last for months on end – and those that once visited the casino on a regular basis, this is not good news. This came because of a tribal dispute between two different tribes that left one casino open for [...] Continue Reading

Casino Closed by California Judge after Armed Tribal Factions Confrontation

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- October 13, 2014 By Oliver Young -

California’s federal judge ruled an immediate closure of a central California land based casino after a showdown between tribal factions with guns which caused many casino players to leave the casino in panic leaving their chips on the gambling tables, reports Fresnobee. Lawrence O’Neill, the United States’ district judge, got an emergency request by the [...] Continue Reading

Czech Republic To Lift Ban on Foreign Gambling Operators

Czech Rep to allow foreign gaming websites

- October 9, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

Czech Republic is set to introduce a new gambling bill by 2016 that would allow foreign gaming operators to offer their services online to the country residents, Deputy Finance Minster has confirmed. Five domestic bookmakers dominate the gambling market in the central European country, with some of them offering online betting in addition to running land-based [...] Continue Reading

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