The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed multiple fraud charges and violations against the founder of one of the first sports betting mutual funds in Nevada.
Prominent sports bettor David Oancea, known in gambling circles as “Vegas Dave,” must stay out of Las Vegas sportsbooks for three years, a judge ruled Monday.
Prominent sports bettor David Oancea, known in gambling circles as “Vegas Dave,” pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor in federal court.
Legal troubles are mounting for prominent sports bettor David Oancea, who is better known in gaming circles as Vegas Dave.
Professional gambler David Oancea, who goes by the nickname “Vegas Dave,” was indicted Wednesday on charges that he used phony Social Security numbers to open player accounts at area casinos and sportsbooks.
Famed Las Vegas sports gambler William “Bill” Walters was convicted on Friday of insider trading charges in a scheme that prosecutors said enabled him to make more than $40 million and involved a stock tip to star professional golfer Phil Mickelson.
A Southern California retiree who lost a $500,000 during Super Bowl weekend is suing the Downtown Grand for loaning him money and allowing him to play while he was blackout drunk.
Three players for UTEP’s men’s basketball team bet on at least one sporting event, a university official said Tuesday, and they are no longer enrolled at the school.