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Hill, Ritz end U.S. operations

27 September 2006
The legal turmoil surrounding online gambling in the U.S. has prompted two British companies, William Hill and Ritz Club, to stop taking bets over the Internet from American players. William Hill's policy had been to accept poker and gaming action from American residents but not sports betting. But the UK's second largest bookmaker decided Tuesday that taking poker and casino bets from U.S. ... (read more)
 

BetonSports negotiating settlement

26 September 2006
Online sportsbook BetonSports is negotiating with U.S. prosecutors to end a 22-count lawsuit, including charges of illegal gambling, racketeering, tax evasion and mail fraud. The company's lawyer, Jeffrey Demerath, informed the U.S. District Court in St. Louis on Sept. 19 that BetonSports wants to settle the case. ... (read more)
 

Gaming world watches as Dicks legal saga continues

26 September 2006
Peter Dicks, non-executive chairman of British online gambling corporation Sportingbet is slated to return to New York for a second extradition hearing on Thursday. Dicks' arrest earlier this month flung the online sportsbook industry into panic and prompted the resignation of two World Gaming directors Monday. ... (read more)
 

PartyPoker Founders Crack 'Forbes' Rich List

25 September 2006
Two people on Forbes magazine's annual list of the 400 richest Americans built their fortune by blazing a trail in online gambling. PartyPoker.com founders (and husband and wife) J. Russell DeLeon and Ruth Parasol are tied for 197th on Forbes' list with an estimated net worth of $1.8 billion each. ... (read more)
 

Fears Prove Unfounded at Casino Affiliate Convention in Vegas

18 September 2006
"The biggest threat to this industry is not the United States government," said an obviously annoyed Marc Lesnick, organizer of the fourth annual Casino Affiliate Convention during the opening remarks of his program last week. "The biggest threat to this industry is the little boys who were afraid to come ... (read more)
 

Sportingbet Chairman Arrested at New York Airport

7 September 2006
Peter Dicks, non-executive chairman of London Stock Exchange-listed online gambling company Sportingbet Plc, was arrested late Wednesday night upon entering Kennedy International Airport. Little is known of the situation surrounding Dicks' arrest except that he was apprehended by order of a warrant issued by ... (read more)

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Bradley Vallerius
Bradley P. Vallerius, JD manages For the Bettor Good, a comprehensive resource for information related to Internet gaming policy in the U.S. federal and state governments. For the Bettor Good provides official government documents, jurisdiction updates, policy analysis, and many other helpful research materials.

Bradley has been researching and writing about the business and law of internet gaming since 2003. His work has covered all aspects of the industry, including technology, finance, advertising, taxation, poker, betting exchanges, and laws and regulations around the world.

Bradley Vallerius Websites:

www.FortheBettorGood.com
Bradley Vallerius
Bradley P. Vallerius, JD manages For the Bettor Good, a comprehensive resource for information related to Internet gaming policy in the U.S. federal and state governments. For the Bettor Good provides official government documents, jurisdiction updates, policy analysis, and many other helpful research materials.

Bradley has been researching and writing about the business and law of internet gaming since 2003. His work has covered all aspects of the industry, including technology, finance, advertising, taxation, poker, betting exchanges, and laws and regulations around the world.

Bradley Vallerius Websites:

www.FortheBettorGood.com