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Sporting Odds & Ends - February 2004
12 February 2004
News on the latest developments, trends and issues in the sports betting industry.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 12
12 February 2004
In today's Nambling Notes: Poland's two gambling companies merge, World Gaming restructures, BSkyB prepares to launch another interactive channel and more.»
Mobsters Prevail in the Online Poker Circuit
11 February 2004
Amid the convergence of the online and offline poker worlds, Prima Poker.com has come up aces with its most recent marketing campaign.»
Editorial - Prohibition Wouldn't Slow Tom Smith
11 February 2004
So much for Internet gambling being the cause of financial ruin for families as kids obtain their parents credit cards and gamble away the family fortunes. It seems like it is already being done in the land-based commerce world.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 11, 2004
11 February 2004
In today's Nambling Notes: An AOL survey indicates that women over 40 spend the most time playing games online, DDoS woes hit the poker sector, Boss Media sells Gold Club Casino and more.»
Market Briefs - Feb. 2-6, 2004
10 February 2004
Several dozen publicly held interactive gaming companies are reporting, acquiring, floating, spinning off, merging, de-listing, rising and falling in stock markets all over the world. Every Monday IGN wraps the financial happenings of the Net betting biz from the previous week into a nifty little package just for you.»
The Price Is Right Online
10 February 2004
Bob Barker's fame has extended from game show legend to the Hollywood big screen and now to the interactive gaming.»
The Top 10s
10 February 2004
It's the Hitwise Top 10 "Entertainment - Gambling" sites for the week ending Feb. 7. This week:

United States
1. Lycos Gamesville
2. The Florida Lottery
3. NY Lottery
4. . . .
Nambling Notes - Feb. 10, 2004
10 February 2004
In today's Nambling Notes: The Irish Turf Club plans to investigate betting exchanges, plus more.»
Pan-European Lottery to Launch Friday
9 February 2004
The first draw of the weekly multinational EuroMillions lottery, a joint venture between Camelot, La Française des Jeux of France and Loterías y Apuestas del Estado of Spain, will take place this Friday.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 9, 2004
9 February 2004
In today's Nambling Notes: an iTV market forecasts for the next three years, cricket betting scandals and correspondences between a U.S. Congressman and members of the British treasury, plus more.»
Weekly Nambling Notes
7 February 2004
A review of news briefs for the week of Feb. 2-6.»
New Updates Added to UK Gambling Bil
6 February 2004
British policymakers on Thursday unveiled new sections of England's proposed Gambling Bill, although none of the new measures pertain directly to interactive gambling.»
NCAA Running Back Subject of Gambling Probe
6 February 2004
A lengthy investigation by ESPN revealed that Robert Dellimuti, the benefactor for Ohio State's starting tailback Maurice Clarett, had a relationship with Costa Rican sports book SBG Global and could have been betting on football games the week leading up to the Buckeye's 2003 National Championship game against Miami.»
Legalized 'Spam'
6 February 2004
The good news is that Congress finally passed a law on spam. The bad news is that they legalized it.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 6, 2004
6 February 2004
In today's Nambling Notes: Internet traffic stats for Super Bowl Sunday, News from iGGBA's AGM, DDoS attack on Paddy Power, plus more.»
From the Editor's Chair - v11
5 February 2004
A sprinkling of musings and observations about DDoS attacks, Super Bowl bets that no one considered, the Missouri Gaming Commission's stance against skill-games sites and more.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 5, 2004
5 February 2004
In today's Nambling Notes: Another college football player is investigated for gambling activity, Thepriceisrightgames.com prepares to launch and more.»
USVI to Host I-Gaming Services despite DOJ Position
5 February 2004
Despite disapproval from the U.S. Department of Justice, gaming regulators in the U.S. Virgin Islands plan to move forward with interactive gaming initiatives.»
The European Commission's I-Gaming Initiative
5 February 2004
The European Commission wants to implement a new set of laws to govern remote gambling services across all of its states by at least 2010. The process of forming the legislation will begin soon with a 12- to 18-month study of interactive gambling in all of the member states, and several betting organizations are ready to provide input for the Commission's review.»
I-Lottery Update - February 2004
4 February 2004
As one of the world's most popular forms of gambling, lotteries have successfully made the shift to the interactive arena. Once a month, IGN's I-Lottery Update delivers an international roundup of the latest news from this burgeoning sector of the industry.»
Nambling Notes - Feb. 4, 2004
4 February 2004
In today's Nambling Notes: Nevada Casinos break a six-year-old record for Super Bowl wagers, plus more.»
Calif. Teen Busted in Online Gambling-Related Bank Scam
4 February 2004
Two years after getting into legal trouble over an Internet betting scheme, 19-year-old Cole Bartiromo is in hot water again.»
Missouri Gaming Commission Battles Licensee over Skill Games Web Site
4 February 2004
The Missouri Gaming Commission is attempting to cancel the temporary supplier's license of slot machines manufacturer Sierra Design Group over allegations that a subsidiary of Sierra offered illegal online gaming services to residents of Missouri.»
Casino Watch - February 2004
3 February 2004
A monthly review of news from the land-based and online casino industries.»