Gambling News 04th April, 2011

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FOSTER REPORT ON UNCLAIMED WINNINGS SUBMITTED (Update)

04th April, 2011 at 14:06:19
Minister Penrose to consider findings

The UK government has announced the completion of an enquiry by MP Don Foster into possibly millions of pounds sterling lying dormant in betting accounts and unclaimed winnings, the result of which was delivered this week to John Penrose, Minister for Tourism and Heritage.

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VIADEN LAUNCHES MAC APPS

04th April, 2011 at 14:06:19
For those who prefer gambling on a desktop

Online gaming software provider, Viaden Gaming, released Roulette 3D and Craps 3D Mac applications, it announced this week.

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NEW DRAGONFISH ONLINE BINGO SITE

04th April, 2011 at 02:28:02
Fancy Bingo joins the growing Mandalay stable

The week is off to a good start for the Mandalay Media group, which launches its latest Dragonbfish/888-powered free internet bingo website Monday.

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WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH THE TOTE?

04th April, 2011 at 02:28:02
Airline moguls and short lists in the current action

The seemingly pedestrian progress on the sale of the UK government's Tote may be about to accelerate, according to reports in the English media over the weekend, with acceptable bidders now down to just four.

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