Online Casino and Gambling News: September 2011

Paddy Power Reportedly Seeking Nevada Online Poker License

Ireland based wagering company Paddy Power looks to be headed toward the United States, with a report claiming that the gambling giant is looking to apply for an online poker license in Nevada.

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German Court Rules In Favor Of Blocking Private Gambling Companys

Germany's Federal Court of Justice has upheld a ban that prohibits private companies from operating online betting sites.

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Malaysian Police Tout Gambling Arrests

Authorities in Malaysia reported on their increased activity against those who are involved in illegal gambling operations.

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Betfair Angers Online Gamblers

Online gambling group Betfair's recent controversial decisions in regards to player issues has angered many in the online gambling community.

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Mobile Gambling Market Still Showing Growth

Two recent online gambling studies have both shown that the mobile gambling market is showing continued growth, with more people than ever using their mobile devices to wager online.

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Net Entertainment Comments On Mega Fortune Winner

Swedish online software developer Net Entertainment commented on the massive progressive jackpot that was won by a 20 year old Norwegian student.

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Bodog Founder Fires Back At PokerScout

Bodog founder Calvin Ayre fired back at online poker statistic site PokerScout via his website on Tuesday, claiming that PokerScout tried to extort the gambling giant.

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American Funds Lost To Full Tilt Poker May Be Tax Deductible

A California law office has issued an opinion on its blog stating that Americans who lost money to Full Tilt Poker due to the events of Black Friday may be able to deduct their losses from their taxes.

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Danish Poker Professional Wins WCOOP Main Event

Danish poker pro Thomas "Kallllle" Pedersen came out on top at the PokerStars World Championship of Online Poker Main Event earlier this week, earning $1,260,019 and his first ever WCOOP bracelet.

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Nevada Gaming Control Board Holds Online Poker Workshop

Nevada's Gaming Control Board held a workshop to discuss the potential of having legalized online poker this week, with very little controversy or argument being generated.

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