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Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 31 (Part I)

Apr 02, 2015

Sporting enthusiasts will have a great chance to make a killing with their betting exploits this weekend, thanks to the superb games in the top flight of English football. The international encounters were welcomed by many supporters, but the time is now right to get back into the fight for the biggest club crown of the beautiful sport.

Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 31 (Part I) (April 4-6, 2015).

Premier League week 31 Latest scores – Premier League:
Arsenal Liverpool  4-1
Everton Southampton  1-0
Manchester United Aston Villa  3-1
Swansea Hull City  3-1

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Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 30 (Part II)

Mar 18, 2015

Make sure to tune in the top flight of English football on Saturday and Sunday to have a go at pocketing big wins through your betting pursuits. West Ham will be tested against Sunderland on Saturday evening, however anything could happen when a match like this one is on the agenda.

Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 30 (Part II) (March 21-22, 2015).

Premier League Betting Preview Latest scores – Premier League:
Tottenham Leicester 4-3
West Ham Sunderland 1-0 
Liverpool Manchester United  1-2
QPR Everton 1-2

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Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 30 (Part I)

Mar 18, 2015

As we are approaching matchday 30 of the Premier League, all the clubs face more and more pressure in order to clinch a better position on the table. There are only a handful of games left on the calendar which should make way for some superb football encounters. This weekend sporting fans will have a chance to once again support their respective sides.

Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 30 (Part I) (March 21-22, 2015).

Premier League Betting Preview Latest scores – Premier League:
Manchester City West Bromwich 3-0 
Aston Villa Swansea  0-1
Newcastle Arsenal 1-2 
Southampton Burnley 2-0 

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Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 28 (Part II)

Mar 03, 2015

Right after Chelsea beat Tottenham 2-0 on Sunday to lift the Capital One Cup, football fans turn their attention back to the Premier League where many great sides are gearing up to face one another. Manchester United will face a hostile atmosphere at St. James Park on Wednesday evening as they will clash with Newcastle United.
Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 28 (Part II) (March 3-4, 2015).

Premier League Latest scores – Premier League:
Newcastle Manchester United  0-1
QPR Arsenal  1-2
Stoke City Everton  2-0
Tottenham Swansea 3-2

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Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 28 (Part I)

Mar 03, 2015

Football in England is unlike any other competition in Europe as the matches never seem to stop for the top Premier League sides. After they are done playing a game in the league, clubs then eagerly prepare for the a cup match and once they’re done with that event they quickly prepare to play in another cup game and on and on and on it goes.
Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 28 (Part I) (March 3-4, 2015).

Premier League Latest scores – Premier League:
Aston Villa West Bromwich 2-1
Hull City Sunderland 1-1
Southampton Crystal Palace 1-0
Manchester City Leicester  2-0

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Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 27 (Part II)

Feb 26, 2015

We’ll take a look at the remaining games for Saturday in our betting preview part II, but also the 2 other encounters set to be played on the 1st day of March. Everton will face a stern challenge when they visit London on Sunday as they gear up to play Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium.
Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 27 (Part II) (March 1, 2015).

Premier league week 27 Latest scores – Premier League:
Stoke City Hull City  1-0
West Bromwich Southampton  1-0
Liverpool Manchester City  2-1
Arsenal Everton  2-0

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Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 27 (Part I)

Feb 26, 2015

After some fruitful Champions League encounters during the week, we now shift our focus to the top flight of English football where big contenders for the title will face challenging sides. Round 27 will commence on Saturday while the rest of the matches will be played two days later on the 1st of March.
Premier League Betting Preview – Matchday 27 (Part I) (February 28, 2015).

Premier league week 27 Latest scores – Premier League:
West Ham United Crystal Palace  1-3
Burnley Swansea  0-1
Manchester United Sunderland  2-0
Newcastle United Aston Villa  1-0

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Premier League Darts Tourney Sponsored by Betway Sportsbook

Feb 23, 2015

Betway Sportsbook , the champion online sports betting company operating under UK gambling laws, has extended its sponsorship of the Betway Premier League Darts Tournament for three more years. During 16 weeks, the best dart players from the UK and Ireland, whose names were announced following the 2015 PDC World Darts championship, will compete.
Read here: Premier League Darts Tourney Sponsored by Betway Sportsbook.

Premier League Darts Tourney Betway Sportsbook Winner – Darts Tourney:
 1.  Gary Anderson

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Haggle with Your Poker Hand at London’s First Pay-By-Poker Kitchen

Feb 02, 2015
Pay-By-Poker Kitchen

Poker in the Kitchen

Poker before a meal definitely sounds like a sweeter alternative to cleaning dishes afterward. The new Hackney pop-up delivers such an alternative. All-In Kitchen, a Haggerston Kitchen, offers the standard three-course GBP 50 dinner. The brilliance comes into play before your meal when you have to try your hand at typical Texas Hold’em which could result in your meal being free.This concept restaurant will instantly draw those who love to eat and gamble. A Jones & Sons stylistic dining that we’ve come to appreciate combined with organized poker arranged by PokerStars has proven to be a winning combination. Andy Jones, founder of A Jones & Sons said “I love food and never shy away from the tables when I get the chance, so having the opportunity to create a menu that combines two of my favourite things was something I jumped at.”

All-Kitchen is one of several peculiar restaurants to emerge in London in the past few months. The opening night was also the official launch of the UK and Ireland Poker Tour (UKIPT). The venue has proven popular enough to extend its original three-day run for two extra days.


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Chips with everything at London’s first pay-by-poker restaurant

When you first enter the establishment, you receive chips worth 10,000 points. Three hands of poker is all that is required of you in order to determine the price of your meal. If you can put your expertise to the test and end up with 10,000 points or more, your meal is free. Coming in midway at 5,000 points, gets you half off your meal at 5 GBP. If you’re having an off night and end up with less than 5,000 points, you’ll have to pay full price for your meal.
At a whopping 10 GBP, the hearty full-price meal is still quite a bargain. So whether you’re a closet card shark who wants to reveal to the World your skills or simply looking to have a little pre-meal entertainment, All-In is definitely worth the effort to get into. But you may want to act fast because tickets are currently sold out with more available tomorrow. Fear not though, after London, the pop-up will tour the country promoting the UK and Ireland Poker Tour.

The  Telegraph Poker restaurant: where a full house will pay for your dinner

All-In Kitchen, the World’s first “Pay-By-Poker”, was launched by PokerStars. The restaurant where your hand determines the price of your dinner, was opened in part as a celebration of the beginning of the UK and Ireland Poker Tour. No matter your luck, guests still win the opportunity to choose poker-themed dishes such as the “2 Pair of Pear Tarte Tatin.”

Andy Jones, of Jones & Sons restaurants, said “embracing poker with the dishes was a lot of fun. I can’t wait to see results and serve some Aces.” After the commencement of the UK and Ireland Poker Tour at the Hippodrome Casino London, All-in restaurant will make several appearances throughout UK and Ireland. With every stop there should be an opportunity to take in the “Pay-By-Poker” experience.

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The week in pictures: October 7th -13th, 2014

Oct 15, 2014

Weekly news in pictures

The week between October 7th and 13th was another busy week around the globe, therefore plenty of news. Good news first:

Formula 1 made a comeback in Russia after 100 years. The Nobel Prize for peace was awarded to Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai and the Honorary Dame Grand Cross was awarded to Angelina Jolie by the Queen Elisabeth II of Great Britain.

Moving onto the bad news, another country leader made the news by simply ‘showing up’; Kim Jong Un has made his first public appearance in 40 days. Awful news came from the health sector: a patient diagnosed with Ebola died in the US and another one just got infected in Spain. In Africa, hundreds are still dying. People have died in India as well due to Cyclone Hudhud and in Hong Kong, protesters were still marching for democracy.

The gambling news were interesting as well. Let’s take a look at the pics, first!

1. Singapore failed at choosing words in the campaign against gambling but succeed in banning gambling activities.

Singapore Gambling Ban

Clearly, the campaigners were not bettors… or football fans (Photo: Reuters)

2. The Trump name shall only be associated with ‘high standards of luxury’. It was decided in court that the famous surname will be removed from Trump Plaza and Trump Taj Mahal, now tapped out casinos.

Donald Trump removes Trump name out of casinos

Donald Trump maintains successful reputation (Photo: Timothy A. Clary/Getty)

3. Phil Ivey’s case of edge-sorting and exploiting casino’s failures was declared cheating, in court. The poker player will not have access to his winnings.

Phil Ivey lost trial

Phil Ivey lost GBP 7.7 million (Photo: ESPN)

4. Floyd Mayweather showed everybody that he is not only a good sportsman, but also a good sports bettor. And a very, very rich man.

Floyd Mayweather Betting Winnings

That’s how a ‘long count’ looks like outside the boxing ring (Photo: Daily Mail)

5. New and stricter gambling laws are expected in the Czech Republic. Foreign gambling operators are welcomed as well in a hope to boost tax revenues.

 Andrej Babiš gambling laws

Czech Finance Minister, Andrej Babiš announced new gambling laws (Photo: Jan Zatorsky)

6. New gambling laws, new taxes in the UK as well. The Court granted ‘green light’ for implementing the anticipated legal amendments, despite Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association objections.

Judges on new gambling laws in UK

UK judges denied Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Association’s appeal (Photo: UPPA Ltd)

7. Ka-Ching! 350 people bought vintage gambling machines worth $2,381,700 at the Victorian Casino Antiques auction. The unique gambling items once belonged to the iconic Las Vegas Harrah’s Hotel and Casino.

Harrah's vintage slots machines auction

When in doubt, go vintage! (Photo: VCA Auction)

That was it for the past seven days. If you want to stay informed with the latest gambling news, read the Gambling Results’ top stories section!

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UK to license, regulate foreign gambling operators

Dec 17, 2011
UK Online Gambling Commission

Talks of a new way of going about dealing with offshore online gambling operators are now circulating. Under the proposed changes, foreign operators would be required to obtain licenses from the UK Gambling Commission, and to comply with British gambling laws. The issue of taxing foreign operators has not been mentioned.

The Times: Overseas online gambling groups will need license

Foreign internet gambling companies that target British gamblers will soon require a license according to a proposal released yesterday by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe admitted only a few of the biggest overseas gambling operators that target British players are forced to comply with the Gambling Commission’s regulations. The proposed system would require online gambling operators licensed outside Britain to apply for a license from the Gambling Commission before they could legally offer their services to British players.

An additional rule would require any company that targets British players to record information about suspicious betting patterns, and to share it with UK sports bodies and with the Gambling Commission.

The Government is also looking into ways of securing levy contributions from overseas operators, which has been a concern since UK companies Ladbrokes and William Hill moved offshore. The issue of tax, however, has yet to be mentioned.

The Guardian: Online betting faces regulation overhaul

The British government will soon overhaul the problematic online gambling tax by tightening regulation of offshore operators.

The change is influenced in part by the recent successes of online gambling regulation in other European Union countries.

“Online gambling has changed significantly in recent years with many European countries taking new approaches to regulation,” says Sports Minister Gary Sutcliffe. “It would be wrong of us to stand still where things are changing around us.”

The proposed changes may see the Gambling Commission issuing individual licenses to online gambling operators, with license fees contributing to the cost of gambling regulation and the treatment of gambling addictions.

Sutcliffe’s announcement comes shortly after Ladbrokes and William Hill, fed up with UK tax policy, announced plans to move their operations to offshore tax havens.

Because one of Gordon Brown’s last moves as chancellor was to bump the tax rate for internet gambling firms to 15% of gross profits, no poker or casino sites conduct their UK business through a Gambling Commission license or pay tax here.

According to a Treasury spokesperson: “The focus of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) review was on the regulation – not taxation – of remote gambling … The Treasury will continue to work with DCMS to ensure that any implications for tax policy, arising from the proposals, are properly considered.”

The Independent: Plans to regulate offshore gambling websites

The British government today revealed to regulate foreign gambling websites that target UK customers.

Sports Minister Gerry Sutcliffe revealed that the new rules will require all foreign operators that cater to British players to be licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and follow UK gambling laws.

Under the proposed changes (which are still being discussed), all offshore gambling operators targeting the British market will have to comply with the Gambling Act and will be required to report suspicious wagering patterns to the Gambling Commission and to sport governing bodies.

Licensed foreign operators will also have to comply with British license regulations, such the protection of children against gambling, and will be required demonstrate how they can contribute to lessening problem gambling in Britain.

In a statement to Parliament, Mr Sutcliffe revealed that few companies active in the British market are now regulated by the Gambling Commission. “Though British consumers are not unprotected – most overseas jurisdictions have regulatory systems – standards vary and requirements differ from our own.”

Several UK bookmakers recently chose to shift their online businesses overseas to avoid UK taxes; this is one of the driving forces behind the recent talks.

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