Monthly Archives: July 2011

Singapore Casino Self-Exclusion Rises

More Foreigners Seeking Casino Self-Exclusion Orders That’s a a slightly odd title so let’s just briefly have a look at how gambling works in Singapore.  Back in 2005, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loone passed a somewhat controversial law to allow … Continue reading

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European Online Gaming Progresses :: Wynn Resorts Posts Profits

Germany and Greece Negotiating EU Hurdles In 2010, Germany announced its intention to dismantle the state run monopoly on gaming.  This was an attempt not only to privatise the industry with the hope of raising more tax revenue but also … Continue reading

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Washington Unveils Legalisation Plans :: U.K. Considering Gaming Reform

Washington Unveils Legalisation Plans So now we know that Washington D.C. will be the first state to offer legal, intra-state, online gaming.  Amidst the fallout from Black Friday and Blue Monday, the state has been quietly refining and improving its … Continue reading

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6th July 2011 – Full Tilt Takeover Almost Completed

Full Tilt Takeover Almost Completed A matter of a few days ago, Full Tilt Poker had its license suspended by the Alderney Gambling Control Commission.  The suspension was largely due to ongoing investigations in the United States following the events … Continue reading

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