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Gambling

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  • What are the odds of Zynga getting into online gambling?

     
    Zynga may be following the money, exploring the world of online gambling. But a dive into the legally murky area of online betting is not likely to be imminent....
  • Nevada casinos see big drop in gambling revenue

     
    Nevada casinos see huge drop in gambling revenue...
  • Full Tilt Poker: Commenters, put on your poker faces

     
    Hard as it to believe, the folks behind Full Tilt Poker apparently stacked the deck. Freedom-loving readers are shocked! shocked!...
  • Alex Rodriguez: What punishment if gambling allegations are true? [Updated]

     
    Alex Rodriguez is the subject of a Major League Baseball investigation for his alleged involvement in high-stakes gambling. Writers from around Tribune Co. discuss Alex Rodriguez, and readers are invited to join the discussion....
  • MLB investigates Alex Rodriguez for alleged high-stakes gambling

     
    New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is being investigated by Major League Baseball for his alleged involvement in high stakes gambling. Alex Rodriguez has been warned by the league before about gambling....
  • Three largest online poker sites indicted and shut down by FBI

     
    The founders of the three largest online poker sites were indicted on Friday in what could serve as a death blow to a thriving industry. Eleven executives at PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker, Absolute Poker and a number of their affiliates......
  • 'Happy Days' cast members sue CBS for $10 million over merchandise revenue

     
    Potsie, Joanie, Mrs. C and Ralph Malph mean business. Four cast members of the iconic 1970s sit-com "Happy Days" on Tuesday filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against CBS Corp., alleging that the television giant has cheated them......
  • Online poker executive Bradley Franzen pleads not guilty

     
    Bradley Franzen, one of 11 executives charged in a crackdown against the three largest poker websites open to U.S. players, pleaded not guilty in charges that online poker is illegal. Franzen, 41 and from Illinois, was released on $200,000 in bail after...
  • Greyhound racing in steep decline in the U.S.

     
    For years, fans of greyhound races have faced off against animal welfare activists who say the dogs are kept muzzled in small cages, fed inferior food, injected with steroids and frequently injured at the track. Dog breeders, owners and racing......
  • PokerStars and Full Tilt Poker reopen -- but not for play

     
    The federal government is working with two poker sites that it shut down last week to help players get their money back, authorities and company officials said Wednesday. Full Tilt Poker and PokerStars have regained access to their domain names......
  • Online gambling a haven for money launderers, report warns

    Online gambling a haven for money launderers, report warns
    Just like it did to booksellers and travel agents, the Internet is rendering obsolete¬† money launderers inside brick-and-mortar casinos. According to a report released Thursday, the world’s criminals are increasingly laundering their ill-gotten...