Online Casino and Gambling News: October 2011

Pari Mutuel Urbain Poised For Big Year

French gambling company Pari Mutuel Urbain is poised for a strong finish for the year, as it is in position to reach €10 billion in turnover.

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Player Wins Big, Loses Big At PokerStars

Earlier this week a Russian player at PokerStars won nearly $150,000 only to lose it almost all back to high stakes players three days later.

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Gambling Exclusion Site Launches

PlayerVerify.com has announced the launch of a tool that will allow gamblers to self exclude themselves from a casino's website.

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32Red Introduces Bingo Chat Game

Online casino 32Red has announced that it is introducing bingo chat games that will allow players to win prizes in between rounds when the bingo host signals the start of a new round.

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Casino Enterprises Responds To Employee Complaints

Online casino operator Casino Enterprises who owns Piggs Peak and Volcanic Gold denied allegations by employees that they have been offered poor severance packages.

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Two More U.S. Lawsuits Filed Related To Online Gambling

Two more lawsuits were added to the court dockets this week in the United States, as the Commonwealth of Kentucky and company Cardroom International filed complaints in court.

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PokerScout Reports Decline In Poker Activity

Online poker activity tracker PokerScout has reported that online poker activity is down 7%, despite this usually being the time of year when activity begins to pick up.

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Net Entertainment Inks Deal With Sky Betting And Gaming

Online gambling software developer Net Entertainment and Sky Betting and Gaming have completed a deal that will see Net Entertainment provide Sky Betting & Gaming with its gaming solution.

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Woman Wins Lottery After Clerk's Mishap

A woman who intended to purchase a ticket for a different lottery ended up the recipient of some good luck as the error ticket won her $25 million.

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AGA Chief Believes American Online Poker Is Close

American Gaming Association Chief Executive Frank Fahrenkopf Jr. said he believes legalized online poker in America is close to reality, but rejected current legislation sitting before the U.S. Government.

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