Gambling News 19th May, 2013

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ONLINE GAMBLING THE MOTIVATION FOR FITNESS PROGRAM

19th May, 2013 at 04:03:17
Stanford University uses a largely sedentary pastime to boost physical activity

California's famous Stanford University has taken an ingenious approach to encouraging staff and faculty to get more exercise in the open air, combining the largely sedentary pastime of social online gambling with reward points for those who walk or cycle to work.

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GOOD PROSPECTS FOR FREE-PLAY ONLINE GAMBLING IN DEADWOOD

19th May, 2013 at 04:03:17
When the snow is 7 feet deep in South Dakota, you don't want to be driving to a casino...

The forward-looking Deadwood Mountain Grand land casino in South Dakota is putting together a free-to-play online gambling network to maintain a business presence in the harsh winter months, and serve as a foundation if legalised online gambling ever comes to the North Western state, azonlinecasinos.com has learned.

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MISSISSIPPI LAWMAKERS URGED TO THINK AGAIN ABOUT ONLINE GAMBLING

19th May, 2013 at 04:03:17
Rep. Bobby Moak may just be right....

Mississippi Representative Bobby Moak, a Democrat who has twice failed to achieve online gambling legalisation in his state, may be right, an op-ed article in the Clarion Ledger newspaper postulated over the weekend.

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