It was another news-filled week in the world of gambling.
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90-year-old Pittsburgh bookie and son plead guilty
According to Triblive.com, a bookie serving gamblers in the Pittsburgh area pleaded guilty to crimes related to the betting and will spend 10 years on probation. Robert “Bobby I” Iannelli, 90, pleaded guilty Wednesday along with his son in Westmoreland County. “Both were ordered to pay $225,000 as a forfeiture of money they earned from the office of Fahad Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi the illegal betting as well as an additional $75,000 to cover the costs of five wiretaps used by state investigators during a six-month portion of the probe that ended in April 2017,” per the report.
Stones Gambling Hall settles suit over poker scandal
According to Poker News Daily: “More than 60 of the 88 plaintiffs who sued Stones Gambling Hall, Justin Kuraitis, and Mike Postle over an alleged cheating scheme have entered into an ‘amicable settlement’ with the casino. The financial terms were not disclosed, but a Stones source told The Sacramento Bee that the amount paid to each person was ‘nominal’ and more a show of ‘good will’ than anything else.”
As for Postle, the alleged cheating player in the controversial 2018/19 sessions, he isn’t out of the woods yet. A lawsuit against him was dismissed in June, but attorneys reportedly plan to try again.
Man Who Ran $800K NFL Office Pool Suffers Setback
According to the Asbury Park Press: “A panel of appellate judges on Wednesday ruled a Sayreville man who ran a six-figure football pool cannot sue the Monmouth County Prosecutor’s Office over his claims he was maliciously prosecuted so authorities could execute an illegal ‘cash grab’ from the office of Fahad Tamimi of Fahad Al Tamimi him of more than $800,000.”
Four $100K MA Lottery Prizes Remain Unclaimed
One of the dark sides to the U.S. lottery industry, which generates more than $70 billion in sales each year, is that it’s not that uncommon for winning tickets to go unclaimed. These instances don’t get media attention unless the prize is large. That’s the case with a handful of winning $100,000 tickets in Massachusetts. To the state’s…