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England: Football player arrested over casino dispute

Manchester City football player arrested after casino dispute.

J Lo threatened with lawsuit by Northern Cyprus hotel-casino

More uproar over J Lo's decision to cancel gig at hotel-casino in Northern Cyprus.

EU court reaffirms Sweden's right to ban online gambling

States can ban online gambling as consistent with community law, but must not impose discriminatory penalties, Europe's top court rules.

GPWA podcast with Everest Affiliates on French regulations

GPWA Managing Editor Vin Narayanan is joined by Itsik and Dorrit from Everest Affiliates for a talk about the new regulations for online poker in France and what it means for affiliates.

Dutch physicist wins WSOP title, $570,960

Marcel Vonk won the sixth and final $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em championship at the 2010 World Series of Poker on Monday night, claiming his first WSOP gold bracelet and $570,960 in prize money.

London is the place to be this September

The World Poker Tour London, the English Poker Open and the World Series of Poker Europe will he holding tournaments in the city in September.

Casino case gambling addict referred to High Court

City judge deems his power to sentence "inadequate" in case of gambling addict.

Guernsey's economy boosted by e-gambling

Guernsey's economy received $75 million from e-gambling in 2009.

Norwegian pro wins WSOP mixed event, $260,497

Sigurd Eskeland won the $2,500 Mixed Games championship at the World Series of Poker on Tuesday morning, claiming a WSOP gold bracelet and $260,497 in prize money.

Kwaysser second Hungarian to win WSOP title, $617,214

Valdemar “Luigi” Kwaysser won the $10,000 buy-in Pot-Limit Hold’em World Championship at the World Series of Poker on Wednesday morning. It was the first WSOP bracelet for the resident of Budapest, Hungary, worth $617,214.

Classic gamble proves a winner €200,000 in betting coup

Audacious gamble involving 200 placing bets at the same time at 100 different bookies pays off.

Top-10 stories from the first half of the WSOP

More than half of the bracelet events at the 2010 World Series of Poker have been completed, and we’re just two weeks away from the start of the Main Event. Sounds like it's time to look back at the top stories of this year’s WSOP.

German football fans resort to foreign-based sports betting services

German football fans are placing their World Cup bets with registered outside the country.

Greek gaming machines stage comeback amid economic crisis

Greece to remove ban on gaming machines to raise revenue.

Dad shot over son's gambling debt

Business man shot over son's unpaid gambling debt to loan sharks.

Ambassadors bet on World Cup match

UK and US diplomats wager -- a meal -- on World Cup match outcome.

France issues 17 online gambling licenses

The French government issued 17 online gambling licenses to 11 different operators Tuesday for betting on sports, horse racing and poker.

ECJ rules in favor of Dutch online gambling restrictions

The European Court of Justice ruled that member states can prohibit Internet gambling firms from operating within their borders if their own national courts deem that such a ban combats fraud and crime on Thursday.

Swiss court say no to poker tourneys

Swiss Federation of Casinos retain exclusive rights to hold poker tournaments.

Norwegian consumers despair as transaction blocking kicks in

Right2bet discusses Norway becoming blocking financial transactions to prohibit their citizens from using unlicensed foreign gambling operators.

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