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Gutshot poker moves to Cake network

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Gutshot poker moves to Cake network

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Bodog loses appeal, owes $50M

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NETeller changing its name

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Duplicate Poker closes virtual doors

One of the more unique takes on the online poker format came to a halt today with the closing of Duplicate Poker. Duplicate, which operated openly in several US states as a result of it’s original approach to poker, announced the closing in a brief statement on the room’s website: Duplicate is sadly bidding farewell to its players. Caught in the middle of the global financial situation the company is not able to continue to provide service.

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New bill in Senate seeks to regulate online poker

The PPA is hailing it as a major lobbying victory, and while it may not be the silver bullet online poker players have been waiting for, Senator Robert Menendez’s (D-NJ) Internet Skill Game Licensing and Control Act represents a major step forward for the industry. Introduced yesterday, the bill (full text on the PPA website here ) seeks to do basically what the title suggests – explicitly legalize wagering on online games of skill and create a regulatory and licensing framework for the skill game industry. PPA Executive Director John Pappas broke the news on the 2+2 forum.

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Not Necessarily Just Poker News Brought to You By Chelina Manuhutu

We’re big fans of the Dutch. They gave us Gouda cheese, Santa Claus, and the Dutch Oven. They also gave us super-hot model Chelina Manuhutu.

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UB running a Phil Hellmuth look-alike contest

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Russ Hamilton was Behind UltimateBet Cheating Scam

A gaming consulting firm run by the former New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement has uncovered the man mainly responsible for the cheating scandal that bilked players out of more than $60 million on UltimateBet.com, and he’s a former World Series of Poker champion. Russ Hamilton is named…

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Ed Miller: Online poker possibly rigged

It’s a little strange to see these opinions from a generally sober corner of the pokerverse, but after the last year with the scandals at UB and Absolute, it’s pretty hard for anyone to not have had their faith in the integrity of online poker shaken.

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Update on Kentucky attempt to seize gambling domains

Two developments late last week in the ongoing story of the State of Kentucky’s attempt to seize control of some 140 gambling-related domain names. Background on that here . First, on Friday a Kentucky judge granted a continuance requested by iMEGA, effectively delaying implementation of the seizure.

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Ex-cricketer brings A-game to WSOPE

Warne is widely considered one of the best bowlers in Australian cricket history. He retired from international cricket in 2007 after he and the rest of the Australian cricket team laid a beating on the English side, so it will be interesting to see how he is received in Jolly Olde. The tabloid press there have jumped all over the father of three in the past, based on several scandals involving scantily clad women.

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