Gambling News 24th March, 2012

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OHIO COPS BUST INTERNET CAFE

24th March, 2012 at 11:12:55
80 computers seized

Police in Ohio have seized more than 80 computers and other electronic equipment from an internet cafe that authorities claim was being operated as a gambling house, Associated Press reports.

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NEW FREE BLACKJACK GAME FOR iOS PLATFORM

24th March, 2012 at 11:12:55
Mobile Deluxe launches Big Win Blackjack for Premium iPhone and tablet gameplay

Santa Monica, California-based games software developer Mobile Deluxe has launched a free-to-play iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch blackjack game that features multi-hand and tournament play for both amateur and experienced players.

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GOVERNOR MAKES IT OFFICIAL - NO ONLINE GAMBLING IN UTAH (Update)

24th March, 2012 at 03:31:52
Sandstrom bill signed off by state governor Gary Herbert

The Sandstrom bill, introduced to the state legislature earlier this year by Rep. Stephen Sandstrom (see previous reports) and aimed at preventing any acceptance of legalised online gambling in the state, has been signed into law this week by Governor Gary Herbert.

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