A former junket operator for Sheldon Adelson´s Sands Macau Casino has been charged with laundering approximately HK$1.8 billion ($232 million) in Hong Kong.
The ruling of the Californian Supreme Court to outlaw Sweepstakes Cafes could have implications for the future of online gambling in the Golden State.
Bryan Micon appeared yesterday in a Las Vegas court and agreed to plead guilty to a misdemeanor related to operating an unlicensed poker site.
Popular poker pro and Hollywood actor Chad Brown will be remembered at a charitable poker tournament held in his honor at Planet Hollywood next month.
Seals With Clubs Chairman Bryan Micon is expected to return to the U.S. to answer the charge of operating an unlicensed poker site.
Legislation is being prepared in Italy that would allow the country´s online poker regulator to form compacts with other European regulated markets.
Despite calling for changes to the existing i-gaming structure in France, major online operators do not expect any help from the Government until 2017.
The wrongful termination case, relating to one of Sheldon Adelson´s former employees in Macau, could result in the Las Vegas Sands losing its license.
The first news about the PokerStars 2015 WCOOP was announced yesterday – that the $5,200 buy-in Main Event will have a guaranteed prize pool of $10 million.
The €1,000 buy-in Unibet Open and the supporting Sports Legends Challenge are sure to attract a massive crowd to Celtic Park in Glasgow this weekend.
The cashout structure for the record-breaking WSOP Colossus has got the poker industry discussing whether it was a missed PR opportunity or good for the game.
Full Tilt is hosting a series of sixteen deepstack tournaments from this coming Sunday (31 May) that have combined guaranteed prize pools of $700,000.