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Caribbean 21 pirated $1+ million

A number of sources are still discussing the recent online gambling horror story about highly controversial winning over US$1 million at Hampton casino by a player who identified himself on CasinoMeister’s forum as The Pirate of Caribbean. Caribbean 21 is a popular gambling programme developed by Real Time Gaming (RTG), a software company based in […]

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Capital Casino gets a New Year’s Face Lift

  Lost revenue from Internet betting will be a focal point of discussion when the National Council of Legislators from Gaming States hold their winter meeting in January. The NCLGS was founded in 1995 and comprises state legislators responsible for gaming policy across the US and works for the “appropriate regulation of gaming, the education […]

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California Gaming Commission Allows Indian Tribes to Offer More Slot Machines

A state gaming commission decided on October 6th, 2009 that tribal-owned casino facilities in the state of California will be permitted to add more than three thousand slot machines tom their gaming offering. California’s gaming commission agreed to approve new slot machines after a federal court ruled that some Indian casino facilities were due them […]

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Canadian Provinces Show US States How To Move On Online Gambling

  In the US, several states are considering regulating online poker, and any of those states would be considered pioneers in the online gambling movement in the US. On a global scale, however, one needs to only look North of the US to see how individual jurisdictions can move forward with online gambling without federal […]