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APCW Perspectives: A step backward for online poker?

Is poker a skillful game of luck? Or a lucky skill game? The difference really does matter when it comes to gambling regulation, and this week the Dutch weigh in on the topic. J. Todd also looks at the first U.S. state to legalize fantasy sports and other stories of interest to the iGaming professional.

Rotterdam to host Betway Premier League in 2016

The Ahoy Arena will join several of the U.K. and Ireland's largest venues in hosting the wide-reaching darts tournament.

UK government could consider tax on poker winnings

New study indicates poker is a game of skill and could prompt the UK government to introduce tax on poker winnings.

Dutch Gambling Authority to partner with Malta

The Dutch plan to work closely with their European counterparts once the online regulation is in place.

Curacao: Online gambling company fined 100,000 euro

Global Stars fined big bucks for offering online gambling with no license.

Sheriff Gaming issues statement on Dutch indictments of people with connections to online gaming

Ellen Huijbers, Compliance Officer at Sheriff Gaming, has issued a statement distancing the company from the indictments issued by Dutch authorities against people with connections to several online casinos.

Perspectives Weekly: New Jersey regulations and Dutch gaming monopolies

Regulators in New Jersey roll out the first draft of online gambling rules, while The Netherlands plans to end their state-run gambling monopoly by 2015.

Dutch government to legislate online gambling

The Dutch government intend to legislate online gambling, ending Holland Casino's monopoly on the gambling industry.

Holland: Online gambling market to open up

Holland to open up its online gambling market in 2015.

Netherlands may sell Holland Casino

Dutch government considering selling the state-owned gambling monopoly.

Holland: Government to consider legalizing online gambling

Incoming Dutch government may propose legalizing online gambling.

The Netherlands, South Africa take different approaches to iGaming

This week, two countries have announced that are taking vastly different approaches to online gambling. While the Netherlands has decided to license and regulate online poker — and online poker only — South Africa's courts have banned online gambling completely.

RGA criticizes Dutch online gambling plan

The Remote Gambling Association said a gambling proposal in the Netherlands that only legalizes online poker is a "missed opportunity."

Dutch physicist wins WSOP title, $570,960

Marcel Vonk won the sixth and final $1,000 No-Limit Hold’em championship at the 2010 World Series of Poker on Monday night, claiming his first WSOP gold bracelet and $570,960 in prize money.

ECJ rules in favor of Dutch online gambling restrictions

The European Court of Justice ruled that member states can prohibit Internet gambling firms from operating within their borders if their own national courts deem that such a ban combats fraud and crime on Thursday.

Right2Bet discusses major Dutch decision

he Right2Bet blog is focusing this week on the development in the courtroom battle between the Dutch government and both Ladbrokes and Betfair.

Holland: 'State-owned Las Vegas' under fire

Dutch political parties are calling for the privatization of state-owned Holland Casino.

Holland: Minister to relax rules on poker

International news brief: Dutch Justice minister plans to experiment with increasing number of places where poker can be played.

Amsterdam Part 2: AAC- quality and quantity but we miss the Krasnapolsky!!

Here we go again...another conference, another city, another trip to the airport with eight 50 pound boxes and a booth, another weekend of parties and another industry gossip filled article. What is not to love?

Amsterdam Part 1: CAC- quality not quantity

Ok, ok, so maybe CAC Amsterdam was quiet, perhaps the affiliates were far and few between, its true there were very few sponsored parties, and worst of all, the nightlife in Amsterdam is non-existent on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, the three nights of the conference. Sounds awful, doesn't it? Not exactly.

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