Gambling News 29th November, 2015

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IVEY GRANTED COURT APPEAL ON CROCKFORDS RULING (Update)

29th November, 2015 at 08:32:14
"I'm getting a second shot," poker pro says.

Professional gambler Phil Ivey has been granted leave to appeal the ruling handed down by a British Court regarding GBP 7.8 million in denied winnings from Genting's Crockfords Casino club in which the club accused him of using a controversial edge sorting technique claiming it was tantamount to cheating and against the rules of the game.

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AINSWORTH REASSURES MARKET ON STRENGTH OF CREATIVE TEAM

29th November, 2015 at 08:32:14
Following notice of the departure of a key appointment.

The market's negative reaction to Ainsworth Game Technology's announcement on the departure of its group manager of strategy and development, Scott Clarebrough, has prompted a response from chief executive Danny Gladstone who said "the market had over-reacted".

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MORE ON EU JURISDICTION COOPERATION AGREEMENT (Update)

29th November, 2015 at 08:32:14
Step in the right direction builds confidence and trust, says EGBA.

The cross border administration cooperation agreement signed by 20 plus European Union jurisdictions this week (see previous report) was welcomed by the European Gaming and Betting Association (EGBA) as a solid step towards building confidence and trust.

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