Online gambling gets “thumbs down”
Competing legislation would curb gambling websites.
(Las Vegas, NV) — There are two sides in the debate over online gaming. Las Vegas casino owner Sheldon Adelson tells the Washington Post he’s against internet betting and wants Congress to ban it.
Congresswoman Dina Titus is calling for a hearing about the issue of online gaming.
Rep. Joe Barton wants to help gamblers stay on the couch.
Gamblers who prefer their laptops to blackjack tables could be getting a boost from Washington.
Scott Gulberson, 1995 UNLV Graduate and Creator of Elect Tark the Shark, talks about how Jerry Tarkanian is up for nomination to get inducted in the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame.
Three more casino operators are a step closer to offering Internet poker within Nevada’s borders.
A southwest Las Vegas casino could be the first to operate an online poker site within Nevada’s borders.
A former Internet poker company employee who returned to the United States from Costa Rica to face charges he helped process illegal gambling proceeds has been sentenced to a year and two months in prison.