CAP Newsletter - (May 20th 2009)
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This Week: Americans Demand Legal Internet Poker; Plus, CAP TV on How to Get More WSOP Player Traffic  
  Americans to Obama: LEGALIZE IT!
That's referring to online poker, of course, and not the various other popular activities currently frowned upon by U.S. officials. In the U.S., the big news over the past week is the fact that the White House's Citizen's Briefing Book lists the legalization of Internet poker high on the list of Americans' priorities. What's more, an increasing number of commentators from all across the political spectrum are making the same demand. If they're not for personal freedoms, they're for the increased revenue taxed gambling will produce. Either way, it's great to see so many pundits come to the aid of the online gambling industry. And the really good news is that Obama is the type of president who's likely to listen to these voices. Read more here.   


CAP TV's Tips on Getting Player Traffic from WSOP
Wondering how to get depositing players from the big WSOP tournament? CAP TV has the answers! Plus, a look at the Citizen's Briefing Book, and the biggest online slot win in Europe history. Click here to watch!

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CAP TV's Euro Report for May, 2009
Special Report: The New Fight Against UIGEA
CAP TV Explores U.S. Gambling Laws 

Left Out of the Sports Finals

Sports Finals Galore -- But Little Online Betting in the U.S. 
In Australia and Europe, football is in the heat of finals season. In the U.S., hockey and the hugely popular professional basketball league are also in the midst of playoffs. And the online sports betting industry in the U.S. is on the bench, watching from the sidelines. Yeah, online gambling is still illegal in the U.S.; that's no surprise. What's really alarming, though, is that even if Barney Frank's new bill to legalize and regulate online gambling passes, online sports wagering will still likely be illegal, thanks to powerful groups like the NFL and other pro sports leagues. Read more here.   

Online Poker Getting More Acceptance

Mainstream Media Focusing More on Online Poker 
A key driving force behind the new drive to legalize online gambling in the U.S. seems to be the exploding popularity of online poker. Just how popular is this apparently-still-not legal activity? Major media company NBC has launched its own online poker site, and viewers can soon watch the first- ever reality TV show dedicated to Internet poker. Click here for more.    

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32Red Getting Reputation for Big Wins  
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UltimateBet Upgrades Software
May 20, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Last year’s decision to merge Absolute Poker and UltimateBet into a single online poker network called Cereus has been paying off for the sites ... Read more

Cracking Down on Backgammon Bots
May 18, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
In an effort to help eliminate bots from its online backgammon gaming system, has formed an advisory board to help investigate ... Read more

PPA on Citizen's Briefing Book  
May 19, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Last week’s exciting news that the full legalization of online poker was high on the list of “action items” that American voters submitted to President  ... Read more

Titan Poker Giving Away WSOP Seats
May 19, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
Another great way to reach out to players has been announced by Titan Poker, which is joining the current WSOP craze in offering players a chance ... Read more

Barney Frank's Bill Has Company
May 18, 2009 (CAP Newswire)
It's been a few weeks now since U.S. lawmaker Barney Frank introduced into Congress new legislation designed to (at least partially) overturn  .... Read more

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