Aaron Todd Article Archive

Aaron Todd has contributed 74 articles published on the iGaming News site.
PredictIt aims to find out if political bettors could be more accurate than pollsters (8 February 2016)
With one day left before the New Hampshire primaries, the candidates won't be the only ones hoping they come out on top in the polls. Thousands of traders on PredictIt, a political betting exchange, also have skin in the game.
Seals With Clubs suffers security breach, shuts down Bitcoin-based online poker room (20 February 2015)
Seals With Clubs, the most popular Bitcoin-based online poker room, announced Friday morning that it is suspending operations and encouraged players to withdraw their existing balances as soon as possible.
Report: U.S. authories seeking to extradite Bodog founder Calvin Ayre (16 October 2014)
Bodog founder Calvin Ayre, who for years allowed U.S. gamblers the ability to bet on sports, casino games and poker on Bodog.com, despite the fact that U.S. authorities maintained his actions were illegal, has reportedly been targeted for extradition.
N.J. sends cease and desist letter to affiliates promoting sites not licensed by the state (20 May 2014)
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (DGE) has warned six online poker affiliate websites to cease and desist from promoting online gaming sites that are not licensed and regulated by the state of New Jersey.
Massachusetts Internet gambling hearing focuses on geolocation, payment processing issues (11 March 2014)
Geolocation and payment processing dominated the Internet gambling hearing hosted by the Massachusetts Gambling Commission at the Boston Convention Center on Tuesday.
American Full Tilt Poker players can now make claims (18 September 2013)
On Wednesday, 887 days after Black Friday, American players were finally able to submit a claim for their Full Tilt Poker balances.
Report: Former U.S. Full Tilt pros, employees and affiliates won't get paid (10 September 2013)
Big-name U.S. pros and former Full Tilt Poker affiliates that have been waiting for a big payday when the Garden City Group begins accepting claims on Sept. 16 likely won't be eligible for a red cent, according to an e-mail message posted on a popular online poker forum.
Barton, PPA believe time is now for federal online poker legislation (16 July 2013)
Despite repeated failed attempts over the past several Congressional sessions, Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) and the Poker Players Alliance (PPA) believe that now is the time to regulate Internet poker at the federal level.
Ten states that should have online gaming (6 May 2013)
With Ultimate Poker -- licensed and regulated by Nevada -- now open for real-money business, Casino City's Aaron Todd surveys the landscape and identifies 10 states that should have online gaming.
Top-10 brick-and-mortar and online gambling partnerships to watch in the U.S. (22 April 2013)
As more states consider joining Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey in regulating online gambling, solid partnerships between brick-and-mortar and online gambling companies will become essential to success in the gaming industry.
Segregating poker players based on skill goes a step too far (1 March 2013)
Christie signs New Jersey online gambling bill (26 February 2013)
Christie signals way forward to Internet gambling with conditional veto (7 February 2013)
bwin.party CEO questioned by Belgian officials (13 November 2012)
Top-10 reasons online sports betting in Nevada is a game changer (20 August 2012)
Top-10 moments in online poker history (13 August 2012)
Facebook users in the U.K. can play real-money bingo and slots through new app (7 August 2012)
Top-10 questions about PokerStars' acquisition of Full Tilt Poker (6 August 2012)
Top-10 things I'll remember about the new Palms sportsbook (23 July 2012)
Top-10 ridiculous gambling laws (4 June 2012)
Illinois looks to lottery to regulate online casino, poker (16 May 2012)
Top-10 gambling industry stories of 2011 (23 December 2011)
A former Internet poker player sees a way back into the game, thanks to the DOJ (23 December 2011)
Bodog moves U.S. players to Bovada (14 December 2011)
Farewell to Barney Frank; missing my chance to vote for Internet gambling's champion (1 December 2011)
House subcommittee hearing asks who should operate regulated Internet poker sites (18 November 2011)
Report: French group finalizes deal to buy Full Tilt (17 November 2011)
Absolute Poker, UB.com headed for liquidation (28 October 2011)
William Hill fires seven managers, resumes online operations in Israel (26 October 2011)
Internet poker hearing focuses on player protections, underage players (25 October 2011)
William Hill's Israeli employees offered more pay to return to work (19 October 2011)
Top-10 moments in Full Tilt Poker history (3 October 2011)
Analysis: Full Tilt Poker not really a Ponzi scheme (22 September 2011)
Internet poker in Massachusetts a long way from a done deal (20 September 2011)
Top-10 popular culture slot machines (15 August 2011)
Full Tilt Poker traffic now routed through Kahnawake Mohawk Territory (30 June 2011)
Alderney suspends Full Tilt Poker's license (29 June 2011)
H2 predicts slow growth for online gaming in 2011 (16 June 2011)
Victory Poker calls it quits, becomes affiliate marketing site (31 May 2011)
PokerStars, Full Tilt Poker to regain domains, pay U.S. players (eventually) (20 April 2011)
Victory Poker leaves U.S. market while others jockey for position (19 April 2011)
The day online poker died (15 April 2011)
D.C. becomes first U.S. jurisdiction to regulate online poker; other states fold efforts (13 April 2011)
Nevada legislators consider regulating intrastate online poker (10 March 2011)
Iowa committee sends Internet poker bill to full Senate (3 March 2011)
Duhamel proving he has what it takes to be the champ (11 February 2011)
Ten reasons Christie should sign the N.J. online gambling bill (17 January 2011)
The 'Naughty' Casino City Awards (23 December 2010)
Reid pursuing backdoor route for online poker legislation (3 December 2010)
The other shoe drops: Full Tilt bans Washington residents (12 November 2010)
Why PokerStars abandoned Washington, and why others will too (7 October 2010)
Is Full Tilt the next to leave Washington? (5 October 2010)
Matt Affleck's latest bad beat: PokerStars cuts off Washington residents (30 September 2010)
Despite tough times, casinos bullish on expansion in New England (27 September 2010)
Washington Supreme Court rules against Betcha.com (3 September 2010)
The Netherlands, South Africa take different approaches to iGaming (25 August 2010)
PokerStars pays $2 million to players affected by Chinese collusion ring (19 August 2010)
PartyGaming and bwin announce merger (29 July 2010)
81 sites sued for copyright infringement (28 July 2010)
Atlantic City casinos reject proposed online gambling legislation in New Jersey (16 June 2010)
ECJ rules in favor of Dutch online gambling restrictions (3 June 2010)
UIGEA regulations keep my money off PokerStars, but nowhere else (1 June 2010)
Missouri man the latest to be charged under UIGEA (25 May 2010)
Internet gambling deposit tax a bone of contention in Ways and Means hearing (19 May 2010)
Some betting on New Jersey to be first to regulate I-gaming (17 May 2010)
Online and land-based gambling worlds collide at GIGSE (11 May 2010)
Regulated online gambling industry would employ thousands and raise billions in U.S. (20 April 2010)
Australian man arrested for processing online gambling payments in the U.S. (19 April 2010)
Online blackjack options are limitless (26 April 2007)
NETeller cuts off Canadian, Turkish markets (26 March 2007)
NETELLER moves to return U.S. funds (21 March 2007)
NETeller exit impacts U.S. Internet gambling market (18 January 2007)
BREAKING NEWS: NETeller no longer allows U.S. transactions to I-gaming sites (17 January 2007)
PartyPoker mucks U.S. hand (13 October 2006)

Aaron Todd

Articles by Aaron Todd

Home-game hotshot Aaron Todd was an editor/writer at Casino City for nearly eight years, and is currently the Assistant Director of Athletics for Communications and Marketing at St. Lawrence University, his alma mater. While he is happy to play Texas Hold'em, he'd rather mix it up and play Omaha Hi/Lo, Razz, Deuce-to-Seven Triple Draw, and Badugi.