Online Casino and Gambling News: October 2011

Kahnawake Takes Action On Poker Sites

The Kahnawake Gaming Commission has taken action to find a resolution between Absolute Poker and UltimateBet players, and a solution may be coming soon.

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Buzzluck Casino Reopens, Will Be Powered By NuWorks

A new online gambling software was announced to be powering the resurrected US friendly Buzzluck Casino this week.

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South Africans Warned Again About Online Gambling

South Africa's Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies warned South Africans that online gambling is still illegal.

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Betfair Set To Offer Fixed Odds

Online betting exchange Betfair is reportedly set to offer fixed odds betting in the second quarter of next year, according to a note from Numis Securities analysts.

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Nevada Online Gaming Regulations Heed Lessons From Full Tilt

The Nevada Gaming Control Board has issued strict requirements that potential online poker companies must abide by, one of which may have stemmed from the issues with Full Tilt Poker.

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Player Wins $129,000 In Bad Beat Jackpot

A poker player at America's Cardroom won $129,229.51 on a Bad Beat Jackpot last Friday.

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Sky Bet Launches Facebook Football Predictor

Online betting site Sky Bet has launched a Facebook app, which allows Sky Bet fans to predict the outcomes of football matches.

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Sportingbet Turkish Site Shut Down

Turkish authorities shut down the website, which was sold by Sportingbet to East Pioneer Corporation B.V .

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Player Hits $184,060 Jackpot At Win A Day

A self employed grandfather has won $184,060 playing Pyramid Plunder at Win A Day Casino.

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Alderney Issues Statement On Full Tilt Poker Funds

On Thursday the Alderney Gambling Control Commission issued a statement that clarified the amount of money that the Department of Justice had seized from the poker site.

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