Gambling Laws

Illinois Says No To Online Horse Betting

by jiffee January 28, 2013 Gambling Laws

Don’t Bet On It Although Illinois made almost 2 million in taxes from advanced deposit wagering or online horse betting, the state has yet to renew the law allowing such betting. This leaves four firms without the necessary licensing from the racing board to run their online horse betting sites. Whether this was intentional is […]

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Victoria Leading The Way To Set Limits On Pokies

by jiffee December 20, 2012 Gambling Laws

Any Victorian gaming establishment featuring video poker machines will soon need to upgrading their machines to conform with federal laws. Owners will have to install a new limiting technology that gives players a chance to set a hard limit on how much money they can lose in one session. This simple but powerful upgrade is […]

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Online Poker to Become Legal in Australia, Other Forms of Gambling May Follow Suit

by jiffee June 11, 2012 Gambling Laws

New talks in Australia by legislators may see online poker legalised in the country this year. Depending on how successful this program is, other online gambling activities such as blackjack, roulette and pokies may also become legal within Australia. The proposals that have been discussed at the end of May this year include plans to […]

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New Guest Article: When Will Online Poker Become Legal?

by Legal Author April 17, 2012 Gambling Laws

Below is a guest law blog article regarding the legality of online poker in the US. Considering moving to Canada so you can play online poker legally? Maybe you won’t have to. Legislators are seriously considering legalizing online poker. Some of them recognize the fact that online poker could be a big moneymaker for the […]

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