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Missouri Jurisdiction News

Missouri man wins half a million and a WSOP bracelet, to boot
Jeff Tebben won the third $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em championship at the World Series of Poker on Wednesday night for his first WSOP gold bracelet and a whopping $503,389.

Missouri man the latest to be charged under UIGEA
A 51-year-old Missouri man has been charged with participating in the conduct of a gambling business and conspiracy to launder the proceeds of a gambling business by the U.S. District Court of Maryland.

Microgaming may deny all new U.S. players beginning Nov. 10
The fallout from the Kentucky domain seizure case in October continued Thursday as word spread that Microgaming would begin blocking all new registrations from the U.S., not just the ones from Kentucky.

Vegas Affiliates announces it will block U.S. players
Beginning Nov. 20, Vegas Affiliates and its six online casinos will no longer accept players from the U.S. Existing U.S. players will be allowed to continue to operate their accounts and U.S. affiliates will also still be accepted.

Missouri panel considers slots at racetracks
News Brief: The Missouri Horse Racing Commission is set to meet next month for the first time in 10 years, with the thought of racetracks with slot machines in mind.

Controversial slot stays plugged
News Brief: Missouri officials say they will not shut down a controversial slot machine that briefly flashes winning jackpot symbols at the outset of every spin.

Gaming Boss Bailed, May Strike Plea Bargain
International News Brief: The change of locale from jail cell to classy hotel must be a gratifying one for David Carruthers, the jilted former boss of online betting firm BetOnSports.

Former Online Gambling Executive Remains in U.S. Custody
News Brief: Former online gambling executive David Carruthers remained in federal custody Tuesday as his attorneys hammered out technical details of his release with federal authorities.

Sporting News Settles Case on Gambling Ads
News Brief: The Sporting News has entered into a $7.2 million settlement to resolve accusations that it promoted Internet gambling by publishing and broadcasting advertisements for online casinos overseas, the Department of Justice said yesterday.

Blackjack Player's Complaint Under Investigation
News Brief: The Missouri Gaming Commission is investigating a blackjack player's complaint that his casino comps were canceled after pit bosses at Harrah's North Kansas City Casino and Hotel suspected him of counting cards.

Missouri

On 10 June 2016, Missouri became the second state to enact fantasy sports regulation when Gov. Jay Nixon signed H 1941.

HB 502, which passed in the House on 3 April 2017, seeks to modify provisions related to DFS.

In December 2018, a bill pre-filed by a state senator State Sen. Denny Hoskins (R – Warrensburg) could legalize sports gambling. If Senate Bill 44 passes, wagering would be allowed on riverboat casinos in Missouri, and bettors would also be able to wager on sports online if they activate an account in person at one of the land-based casinos.

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Missouri Jurisdiction News

Missouri man wins half a million and a WSOP bracelet, to boot
Jeff Tebben won the third $1,000 No-Limit Hold'em championship at the World Series of Poker on Wednesday night for his first WSOP gold bracelet and a whopping $503,389.

Missouri man the latest to be charged under UIGEA
A 51-year-old Missouri man has been charged with participating in the conduct of a gambling business and conspiracy to launder the proceeds of a gambling business by the U.S. District Court of Maryland.

Microgaming may deny all new U.S. players beginning Nov. 10
The fallout from the Kentucky domain seizure case in October continued Thursday as word spread that Microgaming would begin blocking all new registrations from the U.S., not just the ones from Kentucky.

Vegas Affiliates announces it will block U.S. players
Beginning Nov. 20, Vegas Affiliates and its six online casinos will no longer accept players from the U.S. Existing U.S. players will be allowed to continue to operate their accounts and U.S. affiliates will also still be accepted.

Missouri panel considers slots at racetracks
News Brief: The Missouri Horse Racing Commission is set to meet next month for the first time in 10 years, with the thought of racetracks with slot machines in mind.

Controversial slot stays plugged
News Brief: Missouri officials say they will not shut down a controversial slot machine that briefly flashes winning jackpot symbols at the outset of every spin.

Gaming Boss Bailed, May Strike Plea Bargain
International News Brief: The change of locale from jail cell to classy hotel must be a gratifying one for David Carruthers, the jilted former boss of online betting firm BetOnSports.

Former Online Gambling Executive Remains in U.S. Custody
News Brief: Former online gambling executive David Carruthers remained in federal custody Tuesday as his attorneys hammered out technical details of his release with federal authorities.

Sporting News Settles Case on Gambling Ads
News Brief: The Sporting News has entered into a $7.2 million settlement to resolve accusations that it promoted Internet gambling by publishing and broadcasting advertisements for online casinos overseas, the Department of Justice said yesterday.

Blackjack Player's Complaint Under Investigation
News Brief: The Missouri Gaming Commission is investigating a blackjack player's complaint that his casino comps were canceled after pit bosses at Harrah's North Kansas City Casino and Hotel suspected him of counting cards.

 
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