Millionaire Banker Sues Upscale London Casino for Losses
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Millionaire Banker Sues Upscale London Casino for Losses

June 2nd, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
A millionaire banker is suing swanky London casino Les Ambassadeurs over claims that the high-stakes games he played there were corrupt. Iraj Parvizi, 48, believes he was the subject of an elaborate sting at the casino in the...
Texas Governor Rick Perry Authors Anti-Online Gaming Article
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Texas Governor Rick Perry Authors Anti-Online Gaming Article

May 28th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Texas might be famous for producing some of the world’s best poker players that ever lived – not to mention where the most famous form of the game was born – but ironically, poker and gambling  in Texas...
Libertarian Groups Fight Online Gambling Ban
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Libertarian Groups Fight Online Gambling Ban

May 25th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
While there are plenty of political issues in which battles take place largely along partisan lines, gambling has rarely been one of them. Some regions are heavily pro-gaming, while others are likely never to consider it....
Ben Affleck Banned From Hard Rock Blackjack
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Ben Affleck Banned From Hard Rock Blackjack

May 16th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
We’re avid followers of Ben Affleck’s gambling adventures here at Pokersites.com, the latest of which has seen him banned from the blackjack tables of the Hard Rock Casino, Las Vegas, for apparently less-than-expert card...
New Jersey Benefits From Online Poker Tourism
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New Jersey Benefits From Online Poker Tourism

May 6th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Online poker hasn’t exactly broken the bank in New Jersey thus far. Of course, it hasn’t been a failure — it brings in millions of dollars of revenue to casinos each month, with some of that money coming back to the...
Delaware Online Poker Numbers Up in March
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Delaware Online Poker Numbers Up in March

May 4th, 2014 | by Jason Reynolds
Of the three states with online gambling offerings, Delaware has seen the most disappointing results. Sure, they were expecting to have lower numbers than Nevada and (especially) New Jersey, owing to their much smaller...