Month / November 2008

British Advise Consumers How to Sort Online Casinos

The British Gambling Commission has put a document on the Internet for download which will help gamblers avoid unscrupulous or unregulated online casinos.

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Viva Macau Online Casino Accepts 226 Countries, Not US

Viva Macau is an interesting new online casino, but U.S. players might not find out.

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MGM Mirage Faces Tough Sledding Despite Dubai Investment

Dubai World was granted an ok by Nevada regulators to increase its investment in MGM Mirage, but more conditions must be met before the casino gambling operator receives the cash relief it needs.

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Antigua Online Casino Industry Passes British Test For Safety

The government of the United Kingdom added Antigua to the whitelist of countries with approved and properly regulated online casinos, thereby giving those Internet gambling sites the right to advertise in the U.K.

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Casinos in Louisiana Area Have Brighter Prospects Than Most

The Gulf Coast region may be the healthiest in the United States for the gambling industry.

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Internet Bookmakers Consider Obama A Sure Thing

Foreign bookmakers and online casinos are so sure Barack Obama will be the next U.S. President, they have already established a line for the next election.

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