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Archive for May, 2012

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Friday, May 25th, 2012

No Deposit Bonuses at Top Casinos
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Canadian Pediatric Society Warns Against Teen Gambling

Saturday, May 12th, 2012

Canadian Pediatric Society Warns Against Teen Gambling
With online gambling becoming much more prevalent around the world over the past decade, children have been more susceptible to gambling problems than ever before. Lawmakers in dozens of jurisdictions have been balancing the line between gambling expansion and problem gambling.Now, the Canadian Pediatric Society has released an opinion that is warning parents and legislators about the dangers of allowing children to gamble, even in a friendly atmosphere with no money at stake. The dangers, according to the group, run deeper than just addiction.”If children are playing cards or dice games for money, even if it’s with their family members, then they are gambling,” said Dr. Jorge Pinzon, in a press release. “It seems harmless, but as kids get older, these behaviors can develop into more serious gambling activities. And far too many youth develop problems with gambling.”That opinion is not knew among doctors, as psychiatrists have been warning about the dangers of adolescent gambling for years. The difference, however, is now the children have gambling much more readily available with the Internet gambling boom hitting a fever pitch in recent years.”When I was young, you couldn’t go on the Internet and create accounts to gamble,” said Warren Combs, an Ontario resident. “These days, the kids can get their hands on a parents credit card, and off to the computer they go. Sometimes the parents don’t find out until after their next credit card bill. In some cases, I bet they don’t find out at all.”There are safeguards in place at most online casinos that will keep children from gaining access to the cash sites. Online poker has become one of the hottest ways to gamble online, with many countries regulating the industry over the past five years. Even with regulation, the Canadian Pediatric Society believes more needs to be done.”In this increasingly web-based and networked era, a new frontier has evolved and to date, the impact of new technology on this significantly ‘risky business’ has not been elucidated. Research into online gambling is needed to better support our youth, particularly males, who engage in this type of practice.” May 8, 2012Posted By April GardnerStaff Editor, CasinoGamblingWeb.comSubmit News!

“Black Friday” Anniversary

Friday, May 11th, 2012

“Black Friday” Anniversary
One year ago, the DoJ seized the domains of several well-known online poker sites and handed down several indictments. Later it was dubbed ‘Black Friday” by the online poker industry. The Poker Players Alliance (PPA) reminded U.S. online poker players of this anniversary by putting out this video titled “the Players Will Never Fold.” John Pappas, PPA’s executive director said, “It’s been a full year since the rights of millions of American poker players were trampled and … we are calling on congress to reverse this wrong and reinstate our basic freedoms.” Since that day, the PPA and the American Gaming Association (AGA) has lobbied hard against state by state online poker in favor of a federal law regulating all online poker in the United States.  Frank Fahrenkopf Jr., AGA president and CEO reiterated last week why the AGA is in favor of regulation, “As long as these sites are operating outside the reach of U.S. law enforcement and with little to no regulation, Americans who continue to patronize them will be at risk of being defrauded.” Related posts: Professor I. Nelson Rose Take on Black Friday 10th Anniversary of iNetBet Online Casino BLACK MARKET ON THE CARDS FOR ONLINE GAMBLING INDUSTRY? NO BAIL UNTIL AT LEAST FRIDAY FOR DAVID CARRUTHERS FRIDAY THE 13TH – BUSH SET TO SIGN INTERNET GAMBLING BILL INTO LAW This entry was posted on Monday, April 16th, 2012 at 2:08 pm and is filed under Online Casino News and Information. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.