The French National Assembly has approved a bill regulating online gambling, and we have all the ugly details. Plus, the U.S. state of Illinois has legalized online horse racing, and UIGEA Regulations are set to go into effect.
In a week with little breaking online gambling news, J Todd and the Rounders Radio crew talk about ethics, responsibility and integrity in our industry... specifically as it related to Microgaming and other software suppliers in light of all the recent casino and poker room closures. What do we do when no one is responsible?
We have received some feedback of affiliates who enjoyed reading our articles and also got the idea on finding out from their website's visitors about their superstitions.
Please, see below other superstitions:
- Some players put ginger in their pocket before they start with a play session.
- Some players believe on being on a good mood before they play so if they have cried or made someone cried. Then is not a good day for playing. It's bad luck.
Here it is again, our good friend Monday!
Wanted to firstly say I hope everyone has had a top weekend and got up to something exciting. I was on the couch most of the weekend with a bout of tonsillitis which, let me tell you for free, is no fun at all.
I'm feeling like I'm on the road to recovery now which is great.
Have you been keeping up on the forums about the March conference in Sydney? I know, it's early to be talking about it but really it isn't that
Will Illinois be the next U.S. state to approve online betting for horse races? And if so, what's the big deal? Plus, the J Todd talks about the APCW's Casino Audit Reports, Playshare Partners, and other upcoming projects.