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Monthly Archives: November 2007

Noncash Systems Land Casinos

Land-based casinos are changing their wagering methods to non-cash systems. This will ensure a safer environment, and faster paced wagers. This seems like a great idea, but is there a double standard here? Cash Systems, Inc. now has a new payment method called Powercash. Casino clientele must register for the casino player’s club card with […]

Congressional Hearing on Gambling

The House Judiciary Committee held a hearing to address the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act. The hearing took place on November 14 as a result of lobbyist efforts from the Poker Players Alliance. The purpose was to discuss methods of regulation vs. prohibition and to define what is legal and what is not. Since the […]

Wagering on Oil Prices

We have all seen our monthly budgets expand with the ever-increasing price of oil. We watch the needle of the gas gauge in our automobile and groan as we pull into a gas station to purchase a quarter of what we used to for the same price that once filled our tanks. For those that […]

UIGEA Scandal

What a tangled mess! The introduction of the UIGEA was a scandal in itself, and the battle over its legality continues around the globe. Now the Unites State’s responsibility to compensate for damages is in the hands of the WTO. Also in question by many is the country’s credibility and poor judgment. Do other countries […]

Will the UIGEA Bill Be Overturned?

The United States set themselves up for trouble with the introduction of the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA) of 2006. Finally, the dominos are in place…hopefully all we have to do now is watch them fall. Presently, there are many problems with the current legislation, and these flaws cannot be ignored by any citizen, […]