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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 [...]

Blanca Games Responds to Liquidation Letter and Addresses New Cheating

In September, a letter from XMT Liquidations to the shareholders of what was formerly known as Excapsa Software identified a new cheating incident on the former Ultimate Bet site. Recently, Blanca Games, the current owners of and Absolute Poker, addressed the findings and the dispute between Tokwiro Enterprises and Excapsa.

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…

Full Tilt Poker Bans Bot Users

Full Tilt Poker sent an e-mail to an unknown number of recipients last week regarding the measures being taken to improve its security, according to PokerTableRatings and other outlets.
Each cheater had their account shut down and all of their funds were confiscated. Additional details of the incidents remain minimal, as Full [...]

Online Poker Site explaining ways to evade detection

Online Poker Site explaining ways to evade detection

South Carolina Prosecutor Asserts That Poker Is Legal In The State

In South Carolina, prosecutors have gone after home poker games in the past, and one in particular has laded in front of the state Supreme Court. On Tuesday, however, a state prosecutor asserted that home poker games played for cash are legal under state law.

Casinos Now See Online Gambling as a Better Bet

The New York Times is reporting that:
Many of the country’s largest casinos, long opposed to gambling games like poker on the Internet, are now having second thoughts.
Although online gambling is popular with millions of Americans, it is illegal in the United States, and the casino industry has considered it a threat.
But a [...]

United States May Enact New Regulations Tracking Electronic Funds Transfers

New proposals to track international electronic funds transfers have American poker players worried about the impact on online poker and gambling…

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