Listing of Online Casino News for November 2008

Economic Troubles Increases Problem Gambling
Added: November 30, 2008

Gambling has always been a way for some people to find the extra cash they need to make ends meet.  It works for some people.  Unfortunately it doesn’t work for most.

Online Gaming Affected By Global Financial Crisis
Added: November 27, 2008

Online casinos and poker rooms that were once considered 'recession proof' are starting to go the same route as their live siblings in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Macao.

Viva Macau Online Casino Open For Business Except for USA Players
Added: November 26, 2008

Everyone the world over enjoys online casinos and poker rooms. From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, there are players enjoying the many different games available online.

Online Casinos Coming Back To The States
Added: November 23, 2008

There will be a new President and administration sworn into office January of 2009 and while everyone is waiting to see if President Bush pushes through any last minute bills, online casino players are extremely interested...

College Students Could Get 9000USD Poker Scholarships
Added: November 21, 2008

If you are a college student in North America and Canada, you have a chance to win $9,000 in college tuition money by being the winner of the North American Online Poker Championships.

Millions Lost In Online Gambling Thanks To Bad Call
Added: November 19, 2008

The National Football League in the United States is continually trying to break away from being connected to any form of gambling – online or otherwise – yet they have managed to contradict themselves when they reacted to a call on Sunday’s night game.

NCAA And Mafia Teamed Up Against Gambling
Added: November 17, 2008

Gambling in the sports community is quickly becoming a bigger issue than it had been and recently the NCAA made their position on their athletes gambling very clear.

UIGEA Set To Become Full Blown Law In 2009
Added: November 15, 2008

Even as the United States is getting geared up to get rid of the Bush administration and welcome in the Obama administration, the U.S. Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve issued a rush final ruling on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 that is aimed at ceasing all illegal Internet gambling in the United States.

Eastgate Becomes Youngest WSOP Champion
Added: November 12, 2008

The 2008 World Series of Poker is over, and a new champion has been crowned.  22 year old Danish poker professional Peter Eastgate, the youngest poker player in the history of the No Limit Texas Hold’Em tournament and main event...

Obama Vows To Keep Internet Free And Clear From All Censorship
Added: November 10, 2008

President-elect Barack Obama already has his hands full with a global economic crisis that everyone is hoping he can help fix.

Final Table For World Series Of Poker 2008 Started
Added: November 10, 2008

$9.15 million went on the line Sunday, November 9, 2008, as the last nine players of the 2008 World Series of Poker settled at the felt tables at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

World Series Of Poker Players Return To Felt
Added: November 6, 2008

The world has been waiting almost 117 days with bated breath for the final table of this year's World Series of Poker (WSOP).  And right now Dennis Phillips has more than $9 million on the line that he has been waiting to stake up against 8 other players to win the 2008 title of WSOP Champion.

Will The Gambling Landscape Change With The New President
Added: November 4, 2008

Tuesday, November 4, 2008 will see a new president elected in the United States.  The last minute politicking is now taking place and both proponents of the candidates and opponents have deluged the American populace via radio and television about casino gambling.

Caution for Online Casino Players
Added: November 2, 2008

This morning there has been a rather uncommon warning for online casino players about broken promises as well as ignored communications from certain online gaming sites.

Online Gambling Once Again Affecting Politics
Added: November 2, 2008

While election day is still a few days away, Americans are watching the candidates carefully, making their final gauges of each before they step into the voting booth.