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Gambling ban passes Polish parliament

Polish parliament passes gambling ban that limits gambling to casinos only.

Jersey gambling regulation plan stalled

Delay in the plan to establish a gambling commission in Jersey.

Napoleon Palace Casino Opens

The Napoleon Palace casino opens its doors in Chisinau, on November 17, 2009.

Cheltenham racecourse refunds money to punters

Tranquil sea victory gave 200 punters a refund of £30 each.

Banned card cheat is jailed for tricking his way back into casinos

Card cheat who used buried pinhead under thumbnail jailed in England.

Bulgaria: Gambling tax set to rise to 12%

Gambling tax in Bulgaria is set to rise from 10 to 12% when amendments to the corporate income tax act are introduced early next year.

Massive Irish leisure, casino, racing complex planned

Planning permission sought for a highly ambitious development that will include a casino and an all-weather horse track in North Tipperary.

Poland: Politicians united on proposed gambling war

Poland’s various political parties united on the government’s proposed “war on gambling”.

LuckyLiveCasino offering live dealer games

Online players can have the experience of being at Fitzwilliam Card Club and Casino by signing into Lucky Live Casino and choosing the live game option.

Caroline Wozniacki match to be investigated after betting surge

Player's father made comments picked up by a microphone that may have led to a surge of betting on her opponent.

British punters gain new 'gateway' to Breeders' Cup betting pools

Deal will allow Betfair clients to view the Breeders’ Cup live online and place bets into American tote pools.

Bulgaria: Bulgaria casinos, gambling affected by crisis

International news brief: Many casinos and gambling halls are facing bankruptcy because of the decreased number of visitors.

Minister quits over casino claims

International news brief: Poland's sports minister has resigned amid allegations he was involved in lobbying for the gambling industry.

Minister promises Malta would not become one big casino

International news brief: Malta's Finance Minister said regulation better than prohibition, as he outlined various actions under the Lotteries and Other Games (Amendment) Bill.

UK remote gambling industry worth 896 million pounds

Gambling Commission releases results of detailed research that shows the remote gambling market in the nation was worth £896 million last year.

Eyes turn to France as market opens up

Many online gambling operators expect a boost for their business from the 2010 scheduled opening of the French market.

Casino Plex launches Russian site

This recent development follows the launch of eleven brand new casino games at Casino Plex.

Bwin loses Portuguese monopoly challenge

International news brief: Bwin lost a challenge to Portugal's sports-betting monopoly after a EU court said gambling restrictions are legal if they target fraud and crime.

Ireland: Number of gamblers seeking help trebles

International news brief: The number of people attending Gamblers Anonymous meetings around the country has doubled and in some places trebled over the past six months as people can no longer afford their betting habits.

PokerStars gears up for Baltic Festival

The PokerStars Baltic Festival will be held in Tallin, Estonia from October 28 to 31.

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