Wide World Of Gambling: WSOP Launches In Pennsylvania, Daly Says He Was Offered $1M To Throw Event, Moneymaker Sues PayPal

It was another eventful week in the world of gambling.

In this installment of the weekly roundup from US Bets, we’re giving you a rundown of some of the more interesting news nuggets from the world of sports betting and beyond.

Also, be sure to check out Sports Handle for its weekly news recap, “Get a Grip.”

Ohio man pleads guilty in sports betting case

Gates Mills man pleads guilty to role in bookmaking conspiracy. https://t.co/L0yiPTkLcM

— U.S. Attorney — Northern Ohio (@NDOHnews) July 12, 2021

Poker legend sues PayPal over $12,000 seized

The Bensamochan Law Firm would like to hear from any other individual who have had money confiscated by @PayPal for an alleged violation of its User Agreement or Acceptable Use Policy. Please use the following email address: info@eblawfirm.us

— Chris Moneymaker ⭕ (@CMONEYMAKER) June 18, 2021

Daly claims he was offered $1m to throw a tournament

John Daly says he was offered $1 million to 'tank British Open,' ended up winning https://t.co/Sx6ReHC1ZJ

— Alfonso Straffon 🇨🇷🇺🇸🇲🇽 (@astraffon) July 16, 2021

Boston poker room may be closed for good

Everett casino suggests it may not bring back pokerhttps://t.co/BEMWHlbDBY

— 7News Boston WHDH (@7News) July 16, 2021

WSOP launches in Pennsylvania, state’s third site

It's officially a three-way now for iPoker action in PA: https://t.co/7WTLLacsPg

— Gary Rotstein (@GaryRotstein) July 12, 2021

Sportsbooks win big on Poirier victory

.@BetMGM says in release that McGregor-Poirier 3 was most-bet fight of the trilogy and Poirier winning was “an absolutely huge result for the sportsbook.”

— Ben Fawkes (@BFawkes22) July 11, 2021

Casino drops lawsuit over $900,000 gambling debt

Mohegan Sun withdraws $900K gambling debt lawsuit against NHL’s Ottawa Senators owner Eugene Melnyk months before tribal casino is expected to get the go-ahead to operate sports betting in Connecticut (and presumably accept wagers on Senators games). https://t.co/I4NMJs9KyC

— Daniel Wallach (@WALLACHLEGAL) July 13, 2021

Error causes huge goof in WNBA betting line

The 53-point move was the largest line movement that multiple veteran bookmakers could ever recall, and it wasn't caused by any attempt at corruption or by a rush of big wagers. Instead, it was simply a mistake by an oddsmaker who was short on time.https://t.co/WGx8ByvjEH

— David Payne Purdum (@DavidPurdum) July 15, 2021

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