Online Casino and Gambling News: September 2012

French Full Tilt Poker Players Will Get Money Back

French gambling regulator ARJEL announced that it is temporarily lifting its suspension of Rekop Limited's gaming license to allow for Full Tilt Poker players to access their accounts to get access to their account balances.

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More Poker Players Shifted To Juicy Stakes

More online poker players have been shifted from their original online poker clients to Juicy Stakes Poker, although no official reason for the moves has been given.

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Advertising Complaint Lodged Against All Slots Casino In Australia

A recovering gambling addict in Australia has filed a complaint against All Slots Casino with the Australian Communications and Media Authority for illegal gambling.

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PPA Wants Details On Senate Poker Bill

The Executive Director of the Poker Players Alliance has stated that he is concerned about the vague nature of the Reid-Kyl online poker legislation bill and requested more details on the gaming proposal.

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Cake Poker Shifts Its US Players

The Cake Poker Network has announced that it is moving American players to its sister poker client Juicy Stakes Poker.

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Bet821 And iButler Casino Shut Their Doors

Internet casinos Bet821 and iButler have announced on their websites that they have shut down operations, an end to an existence that was plagued by employees posing as players, spamming various websites and plagiarizing other casino software.

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Full Tilt Poker Moves Servers To Isle Of Man

Online poker brand Full Tilt Poker has moved its servers to the Isle of man fro Guernsey, a report by an Isle of Man television station claims.

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Boyle Games Gets Net Entertainment Game Suite

Internet casino operator Boyle Games has announced that it has added a new batch of games from Swedish software developer Net Entertainment.

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Red Star Poker Stops Accepting New U.S. Players

Internet poker room Red Star Poker has announced that it will stop taking new U.S. player registrations, although existing American players are still welcome to play

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Punter Has Incredible Run At Intertops

A lucky punter from Texas rode a lucky run for two days and walked away with $160.000 after playing "Year of the Fortune" at Intertops Casino.

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