The Absurdity of Anti-Gambling Laws

According to various sources, Bodog founder, Calvin Ayre’s mult-million dollar home in Costa Rica (‘dem’s US dollars, not Costa Rica Colons) to bust up an illegal poker game. Over 100 police officers raided Ayre’s home looking for any dirt they could dig up but eventually had to settle with picking up his bodyguards on immigration …

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WTO Whacks The US On Online Gambling


Following up on a previous post, it looks like Antigua and Barbuda have successfully challenged a U.S. ban on Internet gambling at the WTO. Not like I was expecting an in-depth piece but the story seemed a little confusing and not very positive. For instance, the story states: The United States argued the gambling restrictions …

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Web Engines Plan to End Online Ads for Gambling

Under pressure from the federal government, Google and Yahoo both announced that they would no longer accept advertising from online casinos. The new government strategy for putting a halt to online gambling is to threaten those who advertise the services of the casinos. As nearly all casinos are set up in countries outside of US …

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