UPDATE on The Commonwealth of Kentucky Lawsuit

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has filed a lawsuit against Pocket Kings (the owner of the popular online poker room Full Tilt Poker), PartyGaming, and Microgaming. The law suit uses an archaic statute that gives the state powers to recover the losses incurred by gamblers from the operators who conducted illegal gambling…

Party Gaming Contests Kentucky Lawsuit

PartyGaming has issued a motion to dismiss the Commonwealth of Kentucky’s lawsuit to recoup monies allegedly lost on the site by state residents over four years ago.
The operator was added to the lawsuit targeting Full Tilt Poker owner Pocket Kings in August, with the lawsuit amended last month to include Isle of Man-based casino supplier [...]

Kentucky Internet Gambling Lawsuit Now Targets Microgaming

A lawsuit in Kentucky previously targeting Full Tilt Poker and Party Gaming has been amended to include Microgaming…

Bwin CEO Blasts PokerStars, Full Tilt as Illegal Online Poker Rooms

While Norbert Teufelberger and his Bwin co-CEO Manfred Bodner insist that PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker will be froze out of the U.S. market should online poker legislation pass in the coming months, he admits that his company pulling out of the U.S. market in 2006 will have been the

Kentucky Attempts To Fry PartyPoker

The Commonwealth of Kentucky has recently announced that it is to add the PartyGaming subsidiary PartyPoker to its hit list, along with Full Tilt Poker. Back in March the state issued a lawsuit against Pocket Kings, the purported operators of Full Tilt Poker, claiming the amount of money lost by state residents between..

PartyGaming Named in Kentucky Lawsuit

The Commonwealth of Kentucky is suing PartyGaming for past illegal gambling operations with its residents…

PartyGaming Set to Enter US Market

However PartyGaming seemed to receive a set back when the original owners and major stakeholders Russ De Leon and Ruth Parasol refused to settle with the DoJ last week. When PartyGaming left the United States market, apart from the company the then prime stake holders De Leon, Parasol and Dikshit were individually and separately held liable for

Party Gaming Founders May Be Asked to Leave

Party Gaming CEO, Jim Ryan spoke with journalists last week about any obstacles that may become a problem when and if the US legalizes online gaming and their re-entry into the country after being fined and banned from the US market after fellow founder Dikshit Anurag admitted guilt and paid a large fine for…

I find this amendment to be unfair to those sites, namely poker stars and full tilt poker. In the past, I have questioned both of these sites intregredity for various reasons. However, I beleive in a free market system that allows for real competition.

PartyGaming to Take Control of Bwin

PartyGaming Plc plans to acquire Bwin Interactive Entertainment AG in a reverse takeover valued at about 1.13 billion pounds ($1.76 billion) to create the world’s biggest publicly traded online gambling company.

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