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J Todd returns from the Barcelona Affiliate Conference where he mingled with online gambling executives, operators, and webmasters. Plus, he has an update on the U.S. Department of Justice amending it's indictment against online poker site Full Tilt to include running a Ponzi scheme 23 September 2011
Online Poker, Ponzi Schemes, and Barcelona
J Todd returns from the Barcelona Affiliate Conference where he mingled with online gambling executives, operators, and webmasters. Plus, he has an update on the U.S. Department of Justice amending it's indictment against online poker site Full Tilt to include running a Ponzi scheme follow the discussion
Full Tilt Poker has been very quiet about their non-payment to players since the Black Friday indictments effectively stopped their U.S. facing operations. This week, however, they issued a statement that was predictable at best... blaming the Department of Justice for the payment delays. Also, J Todd looks at poker traffic on the web and welcomes two special guests. 2 September 2011
The Check Isn't in the Mail
Full Tilt Poker has been very quiet about their non-payment to players since the Black Friday indictments effectively stopped their U.S. facing operations. This week, however, they issued a statement that was predictable at best... blaming the Department of Justice for the payment delays. Also, J Todd looks at poker traffic on the web and welcomes two special guests. follow the discussion
There's a lot of excitement in the online gambling industry over the possibility that Internet poker could be legalized to help the U.S. deficit, via the Debt Super Committee. J Todd looks seriously at the potential it could happen, plus takes time to remember a somber anniversary. 26 August 2011
Will Online Poker Save the U.S. Economy?
There's a lot of excitement in the online gambling industry over the possibility that Internet poker could be legalized to help the U.S. deficit, via the Debt Super Committee. J Todd looks seriously at the potential it could happen, plus takes time to remember a somber anniversary. follow the discussion
This week's online gambling headlines indicate a move toward regulation in the United States. J Todd takes a look at the history of our industry, and how what's happened in our past is affecting our future. 19 August 2011
Online Gambling Past, Present, and Future
This week's online gambling headlines indicate a move toward regulation in the United States. J Todd takes a look at the history of our industry, and how what's happened in our past is affecting our future. follow the discussion
Full Tilt Poker finds some cash to pay their obligations! Unfortunately, their players were not included! Also, online gambling news from Greece, California, and Fair Play USA. 12 August 2011
Full Tilt Bullsh-t !
Full Tilt Poker finds some cash to pay their obligations! Unfortunately, their players were not included! Also, online gambling news from Greece, California, and Fair Play USA. follow the discussion
The United States is moving closer and closer to regulated online gambling, with powerful Las Vegas casinos supporting political action. Plus, more talk of legal internet wagering from Florida, California, and Washington, D.C. 5 August 2011
Here Comes Vegas!
The United States is moving closer and closer to regulated online gambling, with powerful Las Vegas casinos supporting political action. Plus, more talk of legal internet wagering from Florida, California, and Washington, D.C. follow the discussion
The 250th installment of online gambling's longest running show, Perspectives Weekly, brings you industry news from Full Tilt Poker and the suspension of their Alderney gambling license. Plus, we look at the new Fair Play USA coalition pushing for legal Internet gambling in America and remember a very special anniversary. 29 July 2011
Milestones and Setbacks
The 250th installment of online gambling's longest running show, Perspectives Weekly, brings you industry news from Full Tilt Poker and the suspension of their Alderney gambling license. Plus, we look at the new Fair Play USA coalition pushing for legal Internet gambling in America and remember a very special anniversary. follow the discussion
This weeks online gambling news includes an unusual bipartisan letter to the U.S. Department of Justice. Plus, industry news from the United Kingdom, and a potential set back for regulated gaming in Washington D.C. 22 July 2011
Online Gambling Makes Strange Bedfellows
This weeks online gambling news includes an unusual bipartisan letter to the U.S. Department of Justice. Plus, industry news from the United Kingdom, and a potential set back for regulated gaming in Washington D.C. follow the discussion
The Barton bill has raised the hopes of poker players, but not everyone is so enthusiastic about the proposed legislation. Also, more Black Friday fallout from across the Atlantic. Plus, regulated online gambling has been put on hold in Washington, D.C. 15 July 2011
A Sick Week in Online Gambling!
The Barton bill has raised the hopes of poker players, but not everyone is so enthusiastic about the proposed legislation. Also, more Black Friday fallout from across the Atlantic. Plus, regulated online gambling has been put on hold in Washington, D.C. follow the discussion
This week, J Todd reviews the continuing troubles for Full Tilt Poker since "Black Friday", including the loss of their licenses in Alderney and France, and a new class action lawsuit filed this week. We also get a status update on the launch of legal online gambling in Washington, D.C. 8 July 2011
Full Tilt Meltdown
This week, J Todd reviews the continuing troubles for Full Tilt Poker since "Black Friday", including the loss of their licenses in Alderney and France, and a new class action lawsuit filed this week. We also get a status update on the launch of legal online gambling in Washington, D.C. follow the discussion
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