Gambling News 16th May, 2013

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ILLINOIS SENATOR TRIES FOR ONLINE GAMBLING LEGALISATION AGAIN (Update)

16th May, 2013 at 04:46:34
New stand-alone bill being circulated

Illinois Senate President John Cullerton, who has previously but unsuccessfully supported the idea of legalised intrastate online gambling, is working on a new stand-alone proposal and is currently circulating a draft, Crain's Chicago Business reports.

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FORMER ONLINE GAMBLING EXEC ARRESTED FOR FRAUD

16th May, 2013 at 04:46:34
Angelciti, BetUS and Larry Hartman - blasts from the past...

Online gambling industry veterans will be familiar with the not-so-savoury reputation of companies like Angelciti (the group of RTG-powered online casinos that gave many players the payment runaround several years ago) and the associated BetUS firm, which was accused of questionable behaviour by its affiliate marketers, again some time back.

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FULL TILT CLASS ACTION LATEST (Update)

16th May, 2013 at 04:46:34
Former FTP management against class action and discovery process

Some of the defendants in a lawsuit that seeks to recover gambling losses from former Full Tilt Poker-Tiltware LLC individuals and entities asked a federal judge this month for a protective order against class action discovery, reports the Madison Recorder.

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