RE: Minnesota attempts to block online gambling (2)

Minnesota DPS picked list of sites randomly

by , Apr 30, 2009 | 7:19 pm

The 200 companies that are to supposed to be blocked by 11 ISPs to Minnesota residents has now been published by IMEGA, which can be found here on their site . The list of 200 companies is an eclectic list of sites, because it was chosen randomly. While sites like Bodog and Full Tilt Poker are on the list, there are a few notable omissions: Absolute Poker, PokerStars, and Ultimate Bet. The list also contains sites that don’t take US customers (BetFred, Everest Poker, Interops, William Hill, among others).

2 Comments to “RE: Minnesota attempts to block online gambling (2) ”

  1. DanM

    Between this and the Full Tilt suit in California, there sure do seem to be some sloppy shakedowns going on.

  2. Internet Betting

    There would be a lot of noise if they do that. There are still many online gamblers that would be stripped out of there online hobby not to mention the online casino sites that will lose their earnings because of that.