Online Casino and Gambling News: February 2012

Quickfire To Get Five New NextGen Gaming Slots

Online wagering software developer Microgaming's Quickfire platform will be getting five new slots as the company has signed a deal with Australian based developer NextGen Gaming.

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Quebec Police Recover Some Of Poker Pro's Stolen Goods

Reports in the Canadian media state that police in Quebec have retrieved half of the $115,000 that was stolen from WSOP champion Jonathan Duhamel last year during a home invasion.

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Poker Pro's Account Hacked

Poker pro Daniel Negreanu had his account at PokerStars hacked this week, seeing his account shrink by more than $100,000 due to bad bets.

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IOC Holding Illegal Betting Meeting

The International Olympic Committee is set to hold a hearing in Lausanne, Switzerland this week to discuss recommendations on illegal sports betting during the Olympics.

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Betsoft's New Slot "Lost" Performing Well

Online wagering software developer Betsoft Gaming has revealed that its newest video slot "Lost" is performing extraordinarily well, attracting a vast number of players in its first week of play.

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Full Tilt Nearing DoJ Deal, Gets Lawsuit Thrown Out

Former online poker giant Full Tilt Poker is reportedly close to striking a deal with the United States Department of Justice that would see American players being paid some of the money owed to them.

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D.C. City Council May Repeal Online Gambling Law

Washington D.C. City Councillor Jack Evans has called a hearing set for today to decide whether or not the council will try to repeal the city's online gambling law.

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Utah Introduces Anti-Online Gambling Legislation

Utah Republican State Representative Stephen Sandstorm has introduced legislation within the State House that would prohibit online gambling for the entire state.

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