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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.

Snooker players released after being held in betting inquiry

International news brief: Stephen Maguire and Jamie Burnett questioned over alleged irregular betting patterns during UK championship match in December.

Party Poker gears up for World Open V

The World Open V will take place on October 11-15 at the Palm Beach Casino in London.

UK: Footballer blew 7K a week on gambling

International news brief: Soccer star Kevin Kyle yesterday revealed the secret gambling addiction that cost him his £7,000-a-week wages.

Top-10 most beautiful casinos

Casino City selects the 10 most striking gaming venues across the world, with Monaco's Casino Monte Carlo taking the No. 1 spot.

Australia player in match-fixing revelation on eve of final Test

International news brief: Australian cricket player reported an approach from a man believed to have links with an underground gambling network.

Ireland a land of opportunity for online casinos

Report by DKM Consultants suggests if Ireland put proper infrastructure in place that is legally sound it could attract the presence of a large number of online casino companies.

Retired greyhounds need new homes

International news brief: Dozens of greyhounds remain homeless one year after a famous east London dog track closed.

Internet gaming expo to be held in Kiev

The EELEX iGaming forum will take place in Kiev on September 10-11, with many key themes of modern gambling being discussed.

Ladbrokes confirms Gibraltar move for online gambling

International news brief: Move of eGaming business will cost UK Treasury millions.

UK gambling tax puts us at disadvantage, says Betfair

International news brief: Betfair attack the Treasury's online gambling tax rates and refuse to rule out a move offshore.

Holland: Minister to relax rules on poker

International news brief: Dutch Justice minister plans to experiment with increasing number of places where poker can be played.

PokerStars to hold event in Kiev

The EPT Kiev Sports Poker Championship will be held in the Ukrainian capital from August 18-23.

Tennis-Autopsy shows Montcourt died of cardiac arrest

International news brief: Montcourt, who had just begun a five-week ban for gambling on other players' matches, suffered cardiac arrest.

Mother-of-four's luck finally turns

International news brief: A cancer patient who has suffered the worst year of her life has seen her luck dramatically change with a £2.49million lottery win.

Russians crack down on gambling

International news brief: A new law has come into effect in Russia, confining gambling to four regions far from the capital Moscow.

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