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J. Todd checks in from Las Vegas and discusses Sweden's decision to launch a state-owned online poker room and the latest news on 888's Terms & Conditions. 25 July 2008
Riding the online gaming roller coaster
J. Todd checks in from Las Vegas and discusses Sweden's decision to launch a state-owned online poker room and the latest news on 888's Terms & Conditions.
This week we take a look at Canadian research suggesting online gaming needs to regulated, not prohibited.  Plus, we shine the spotlight on 888's Terms & Conditions changes. 18 July 2008
Finally, someone else thinks we should regulate online gaming
This week we take a look at Canadian research suggesting online gaming needs to regulated, not prohibited. Plus, we shine the spotlight on 888's Terms & Conditions changes. follow the discussion
J. Todd reports on a loophole in North Carolina sweepstakes law and takes the audience behind the scenes to see the making of the show.
11 July 2008
Loopholes and politics
J. Todd reports on a loophole in North Carolina sweepstakes law and takes the audience behind the scenes to see the making of the show. follow the discussion
Your intrepid host ponders the meaning of the American Revolution, and checks to see if any of the lessons learned then are being applied today. He also takes a closer look at online gaming news from Texas, Indiana and the U.K.
4 July 2008
Happy July 4th!
Your intrepid host ponders the meaning of the American Revolution, and checks to see if any of the lessons learned then are being applied today. He also takes a closer look at online gaming news from Texas, Indiana and the U.K. follow the discussion
A bill to neuter the UIGEA fails to pass Congress and the U.S. delays its meeting with Antigua again. Plus, J. Todd takes on Rep. Spencer Bachus. 27 June 2008
U.S. stomps on online gambling -- again
A bill to neuter the UIGEA fails to pass Congress and the U.S. delays its meeting with Antigua again. Plus, J. Todd takes on Rep. Spencer Bachus. follow the discussion
J. Todd gently corrects a Las Vegas TV station's misguided notion that online gambling is hurting land-based casinos. Plus, the French government moves to open its online gambling market and Spain decides to regulate online gaming.
20 June 2008
Morons in the news
J. Todd gently corrects a Las Vegas TV station's misguided notion that online gambling is hurting land-based casinos. Plus, the French government moves to open its online gambling market and Spain decides to regulate online gaming. follow the discussion
J. Todd takes a closer look at PartyGaming's big settlement and discusses why he's lost faith in the EU. 6 June 2008
PartyGaming settles with the U.S. government
J. Todd takes a closer look at PartyGaming's big settlement and discusses why he's lost faith in the EU. follow the discussion
Sweden is considering options to open up their online gambling market, New Zealand is selling lottery tickets online and J. Todd is in classic rant mode about a misleading ad. 30 May 2008
Spanning the globe for online gaming news....
Sweden is considering options to open up their online gambling market, New Zealand is selling lottery tickets online and J. Todd is in classic rant mode about a misleading ad.
J. Todd interviews Poker Players Alliance executive director John Pappas this week about the organization's new-look Web site. He also looks at South Africa's decision to regulate online gaming and the decision of one famous athlete to admit he plays poker online. 23 May 2008
The APCW sits down with John Pappas
J. Todd interviews Poker Players Alliance executive director John Pappas this week about the organization's new-look Web site. He also looks at South Africa's decision to regulate online gaming and the decision of one famous athlete to admit he plays poker online. follow the discussion
The Netherlands has decided it wants banks to block online gambling transactions, just like in the United States. Meanwhile, a judge in the state of Washington ruled in favor of Washington's restrictive online gambling laws. 16 May 2008
Bad news out of the Netherlands and the state of Washington
The Netherlands has decided it wants banks to block online gambling transactions, just like in the United States. Meanwhile, a judge in the state of Washington ruled in favor of Washington's restrictive online gambling laws. follow the discussion
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