• Presidential Election Odds Don’t Reflect Latest Polls2

    It is less than two weeks until Election Day and the race for the next President of the United States is VERY tight according to most recent pools. However, odds makers around the globe have Barack Obama as a pretty large favorite at better than 2-1 odds to win the Presidential election. Why the big

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  • 2012 Olympic Betting Odds Provide a Reason to Go Line Shopping3

    It only happens once every four years and is the biggest sporting event spectacle of the year and of course, there is betting on it. The Summer Olympics are just around the corner and there are Olympic betting odds posted for a variety of events, the gold medal count and Olympic props that are specific

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  • Ultimate Bet Players Get New Offer0

    Apparently there is a new poker room trolling for Ultimate Bet/Absolute Poker players who are waiting for their funds since Black Friday and they have a pretty good pitch. Walker Poker has been spamming bilked players offering them a 45% rakeback and a 100% Instant Deposit Bonus. The rumor on the street is that the

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  • Person to Person Online Gambling Payments get a Bit Tighter18

    It looks like Western Union is getting tough, tough on gamblers that use their service to send money to online gambling companies. In the last month we have heard from four different players, playing at four different places that have all had their funds stopped and confiscated by Western Union. It started with a call

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  • What Happened to Bodog?3

    So far our phone lines, online chat and email box have been inundated with the same question: “Why did bodog change its website?” or “Why is bodog now Bovada?” As of today (December 14th, 2011) the Morris Mohawk Gaming Group (MMGG) will no longer operate under the Bodog name. MMGG’s brand licensing agreement with the

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  • Congressional Hearing on Internet Gambling Yields No Consensus1

    “Internet Gambling: Is there a fair bet?”   was the topic of a Congressional Hearing today in Washington. The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing and Trades hearing took two and half hours to consider changing the federal ban on internet gambling. In the end, it looks like some yes votes are present in

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