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Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act: Questions and Answers
So the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (UIGEA) has passed. The Act was passed while stuck deep in a bill to fight terrorism. And it’s opened a can of worms in the online gambling communities. What are the legal implications of online gambling in the United States? Is it legal or i
Thoughts on Neteller, PartyGaming, and 888 Holdings Announcements
From Bill Rini: Some folks have been asking me to give my take on the most recent announcements to come out of the online gaming world. Okay, so here we go. Neteller: It’s been announced that Neteller has struck a deal to give people their money back. Woohoo! As Drizz recently commented, I’m the blo
Advocacy Group Opposes Online Casino Gaming
From Bill’s Poker Blog: Someone on 2+2 posted a link to the website for Focus on the Family who is actively campaigning against Barney Frank’s bill. Their passion and zeal should be frightening for all online poker players.
Politics: A Poker Playing Vice President
Is it possible we might have a poker playing Vice President on the WSOP tour? Poker Pro Greg “Fossilman” Raymer, who won the 2004 World Series of Poker (WSOP), is making his case for a vice presidential run in 2008 for the Libertarian Party in the United States. I can only assume he’s against the […
Online Casino Decision Has Been Delayed by the WTO
The World Trade Organization $3.4 billion dollar decision has been delayed. As you may know, Antigua and Barbuda are in the middle of a Unlawful Internet Gambling Act fiasco. They had filed that $3.4 billion claim as compensation against the United States for the policy against internet casino gamin
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