Gambling News 07th November, 2010

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ODDS FOR HR2267 THIS YEAR NOT GOOD, SAYS CONGRESSMAN

07th November, 2010 at 03:14:23
With the current Congress running out of time the chances for legalised online gambling in the US are not good, says co-sponsor of HR2267

Congressman John Campbell holds out little hope for the passage of HR2267, a bill he has co-sponsored, along with 69 other Representatives, which seeks to legalise online gambling in the United States (see previous InfoPowa reports).

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MAN LOSES 19,901 CAD AFTER NOT DECLARING WINNINGS TO BORDER SECURITY

07th November, 2010 at 02:56:06
Chief Border Patrol Officer Says Gambler Should Get Most Of His Money Back Despite Breaking The Law

A man from Birmingham, Michigan has had $19,901 (GBP12,230) in cash confiscated after he failed to declare the money to the border patrol security men guarding the Canada/U.S. border. The man from Michigan, whose identity still remains anonymous due to being guilty of committing a civil offence, was playing at Caesars Windsor Casino in Ontario, Canada when he won $40,000 (GBP24,580).

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