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Twenty-five people including eight in Las Vegas were arrested last week on charges of bookmaking and money laundering. They allegedly ran illegal sports betting sites off-shore. Nevada has a special interest in this as the Gaming Control Board investigates whether several Las Vegas casinos were involved. The sportsbook director of the M Resort, a vice-president of the sportsbook operator Cantor Gaming, was among those arrested. We look at what crimes authorities allege took place and how they involve Nevada.
James Taylor, Deputy Chief for Special Investigations and Support Services, Nevada Gaming Control Board
Howard Stutz, Gaming Reporter, Las Vegas Review-Journal


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Kirk Golding, SR Vice President of Silverton Casino Lodge (L) and Lee Amaitis, President & CEO of Cantor Gaming, appear at the announcement of the Cantor Gaming sportsbook at the Silverton Casino Lodge on November 29, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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