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Lax Anti-Money Laundering Controls on High Rollers Cost Caesar Palace Millions in Fines

FinCEN and Caesars Palace agree on an $8 million fine to settle a dispute caused by Caesars' "willful and repeated violations of the Bank Secrecy Act."

Inside Gaming: Skill-Based Slots to Nevada; Mayweather-Pacquiao Numbers; More Stress for Caesars

A Nevada bill passes to allow skill-based slots, MGM profits hugely from Mayweather-Pacquiao, and Caesars Palace faces money laundering allegations.

Five Shows To See In Las Vegas This Summer

What will you do during your World Series of Poker downtime? Here are five shows to see in Las Vegas this summer.

New Federal Gambling Indictment Seeks to Charge Phua with Conspiracy

Federal prosecutors have changed course by obtaining a new indictment that seeks to charge Malaysian businessman and poker player Paul Phua with conspiracy.

Las Vegas Federal Judge Says FBI Went Too Far with Paul Phua

According to US District Judge Andrew Gordon, the FBI agents who arrested the alleged high-ranking member of the 14K Triad and high-stakes pro Paul Phua "went too far."

Dan Colman and Olivier Busquet Auction Poker Lessons For Charity

Learn about how you can benefit charity with a poker package featuring coaching from Daniel Colman and Olivier Busquet.

Antonio Esfandiari to Host Poker for Hope Charity Event in Vegas April 10-11

From April 10-11, the 2nd Annual Poker for Hope will take place at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. Poker pro Antonio Esfandiari will serve as host.

Inside Gaming: Caesars CEO Gary Loveman Steps Down Following Bankruptcy Filing

Caesars Entertainment CEO Gary Loveman has stepped down to serve as chairman for the company, and Nevada sports books assess their Super Bowl earnings.

Inside Gaming: Caesars Entertainment Operation Co. Files for Bankruptcy

As anticipated, Caesars' largest division, Caesars Entertainment Operation Co., files for bankruptcy -- part of the company's plan to combat its huge debt.

Federal Judges Denies Phuas' Request for Removal of Court-Ordered Poker Prohibition

A federal judge has denied the request by Paul “MalACEsia” Phua, 50, and his son Darren, 23, to be able to play casino poker while waiting trial in Vegas.

Phua and Son Seek Removal of Court-Ordered Poker Prohibition While Awaiting Trial

Paul “MalACEsia” Phua, 50, and his son Darren, 23, are seeking the removal of a court order so they may play poker in Las Vegas while waiting trial.

Top 10 Stories of 2014: #7, Yong, Phua, Others Involved in World Cup Betting Scandal

No. 7 on the PokerNews Top 10 Stories of 2014 is news about the poker-playing Macau businessmen involved in a World Cup betting scandal.

Phua and Son Will Go To Trial in World Cup Betting Case; Five Others Plead Guilty

Paul “MalACEsia” Phua, 50, and his son Darren, 23, plan to go to trial to battle illegal gambling charges stemming from the 2014 World Cup.

Five Thoughts: PokerStars Rake Increases, Phil Ivey's Medicinal Marijuana, and More

Five Thoughts examines the PokerStars rake increases, the start of the ACOP, Phil Ivey's medicinal marijuana interests, and more.

Did Caesars Palace and the FBI Collude in the Arrests of Paul Phua?

The defense filed an argument which stipulates this raid was conducted under an unlawful scheme and believe search warrants would have never been issued if the judge been told the truth

Five Thoughts: Ivey Posts Bail, Hellmuth Eats a Burger, and Crown Makes Headlines

This week's Five Thoughts looks at Phil Ivey bailing out his friends in Macau, Phil Hellmuth stuffing a huge burger in his mouth, and more.

Ivey and Cates Post $2 Million Bail to Secure Release of Richard and Wai Kin Yong

Phil Ivey and Daniel Cates post a combined $2 million in bail for Richard and Wai Kin Yong, who were being detained on illegal gambling charges.

Phuas Released by ICE Officials While Ivey Looks to Post Bail for Another Defendant

Paul Phua and his son have been released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Meanwhile, Phil Ivey looks to post bail for Wai Kin Yong.

Phil Ivey and Andrew Robl Post $2.5 Million Bail, But Fail to Free Paul Phua and Son

Phil Ivey and Andrew Robl post $2.5 million in bail for Paul Phua and his son, but U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement step in.