Online Casino and Gambling News: September 2011

Chocolate Poker Joins Cake Poker Network

Online poker website ChocolatePoker.com has joined the Euro Cake Network and will be operating under a Malta gaming license.

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U.S. Department Of Justice Accuses Full Tilt Poker Of Ponzi Scheme

The United States Justice Department dropped a bombshell in regards to troubled poker site Full Tilt Poker by saying the company was operating as a ponzi scheme.

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AGA Unveils Code of Conduct

American Gaming Association President and CEO Frank J. Fahrenkopf Jr. has once again called for regulation of online poker in the United States by issuing a statement as well as unveiling a proposed code of conduct for poker site operators.

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Paddy Power Predicting Big Growth

Online and land based gambling company Paddy Power is expecting big growth in near future, according to a report by the Irish Examiner.

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European Commission Issues Ruling On Danish Tax

On Tuesday the European Commission ruled that online taxes that were levied by the Danish government do not interfere with European Union law.

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Popular Gambling Domains For Sale

German domain company Sedo GmBh has announced that several gambling related domains are available for sale.

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Former Nevada Governor Now Supports Online Gambling

Former Nevada Richard Bryan has changed his opinion on internet poker, telling a crowd at the Southwest Bankruptcy Conference that he now supports regulating the game.

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Liverpool Woman Hits Alice's Wonderland Jackpot

A 33 year old Liverpool woman has hit a £430,134.23 jackpot on Sky Vegas' Alice's Wonderland slot, becoming the casino's biggest female winner.

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Nevada Online Poker Regulations Up For Debate

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has set up the first draft for state regulations on internet poker, and a workshop has been scheduled to discuss the draft.

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Hendon Mob Separates From Full Tilt Poker

Troubled poker site Full Tilt Poker and The Hendon Mob have decided to part ways, with the four members of the group dropping off of Full Tilt's pro roster.

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