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The Gang talks investing, casinos and NFL

Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Gary Trask and Dan Igo talk to Bob Frick of Kiplinger's Personal Finance about how poker can make you a better investor, what casinos they wish to visit in 2010 and hopefully improve on their disastrous NFL picks from last week.

Ukraine: Gambling business unlikely to be licensed

Ukraine's cabinet ministers have not included gambling on the list of economic activities able to be licensed.

Right2Bet discusses the Baltic states

The Right2Bet blog is focusing this week on Latvia and Estonia, who both have taken strides on legalizing gambling.

Estonia legalizes online gambling

Estonia, looking to raise some much needed revenue, has decided to legalize online gambling.

Malta chooses festive season to pass gaming law

The controversial amendments are an attempt to clamp down on the unregulated VLT industry that has sprung up all over Malta.

British government planning to regulate offshore bookmakers

British government may be poised to recommend a new licensing regime for offshore bookies.

Ireland: An Taisce objects to 'Las Vegas-style' plan for Tipperary casino

An objection has been launched by An Taisce against the planned casino development in Tipperary, Ireland.

Right2Bet discusses major Dutch decision

he Right2Bet blog is focusing this week on the development in the courtroom battle between the Dutch government and both Ladbrokes and Betfair.

Palais Stéphanie in Cannes reopens

Tucked between the Mediterranean Sea and the imposing Southern Alps, Palais Stéphanie reopens following the most extensive renovation of any hotel in Cannes in decades...

Court splits jackpot between rival gamblers

A French court ruled that a disputed slot machine jackpot should be shared between both parties.

Uefa suspends referee following 'irregular betting patterns'

Irregular betting patterns have prompted UEFA to suspend a Bulgarian referee.

Doncaster Racecourse in good shape after expansion

After finishing a multi-million pound development, the English racecourse now hosts some of the most celebrated fixtures in British racing history ...

Holland: 'State-owned Las Vegas' under fire

Dutch political parties are calling for the privatization of state-owned Holland Casino.

Ireland: Waterford casino granted planning permission

Planning permission granted for private members gaming club in Waterford.

Ireland: Ski, casino development planned

Plans unveiled Monday for a new €430 million ski, casino and all-weather tourism complex in Ireland.

Forty-two elderly women arrested for gambling after police raid their Cyprus den

Forty-two female poker playing seniors busted in a gambling den in Limassol, Cyprus.

Bookies urged to volunteer millions for reinvestment via grassroots fund

The British government has proposed a plan that would see bookmakers paying into a fund that would be reinvested in sport.

Premier League must not be complacent on match-fixing, warns expert

A match-fixing expert has warned UEFA not to be complacent about match fixing.

Europe hit by 'biggest-ever' match-fixing scandal

200 games may have been compromised in Europe’s biggest ever match-fixing scandal.

Gambling ban passes Polish parliament

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

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