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U.K. Player Wins Largest Internet Togel Singapore Jackpot Ever

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from Golden Palace – John A. of the United Kingdom now holds the record for winning the largest-ever online jackpot, with an unprecedented windfall of $339,300.19 while gambling at Golden Palace Online Casino. Since the introduction of Golden Palace’s Progressive Caribbean Poker several months ago, the game’s popularity has grown steadily, propelling the jackpot upward until it was finally won with a Royal Flush.

The phenomenal jackpot win has both the casino and the player equally excited. Golden Palace received an elated message from John A. shortly afterwards, where he stated, “I am still coming to terms with a fantastic experience, and still find it hard to believe that I have won that amount of money.”

The progressive-jackpot Caribbean Poker is only 1 of 40 games that the casino offers, including 6 progressive slot machine games, and a wide variety of traditional casino table games. The software includes a “play for fun” mode that allows users to test drive their software before playing for real money. Gamers can download this software from the Internet for free, 24 hours a day.

Online gambling is experiencing a huge surge in Togel Singapore popularity, with projected revenues worldwide in the billions. The new trend in wagering is not only a benefit to casino owners, but players such as John A. who are now walking away with increasingly sizable winnings.

After netting his huge win, he was quick to thank the casino himself, saying “This win just proves I made the right choice.”

Net Gambling Opponents Testify Before Committee

A U.S. House subcommittee on Tuesday was urged to pull the plug on online gambling for the second time in less than two weeks.

The U.S. House Financial Services Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations held hearings earlier this month to address the financial concerns associated with online gambling. At that time, credit card company Visa argued that it was not its responsibility to police online gambling.

Today’s testimony saw some of the most vocal opponents of Internet wagering take the stage to argue that online gambling seriously threatens players and their finances.

Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) has been a critic of online gambling for several years. In today’s testimony, he argued that offshore casino sites are “sucking billions of dollars out of the country” and financially ruining gamblers.

Rep. John LaFlace (D-NY), who is the ranking member of the subcommittee, commented that online gambling has “no redeeming social value.”

Goodlatte and Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Az.) went on to urge the subcommittee to specifically target financial institutions when it is writing online gaming legislation. They argued for the need to prohibit credit- and debit card or checks from being used to pay for online gambling.

Kyl and Goodlatte are also pressing to have the Wire Act of 1961 revised. The act prohibits wagering over telephone lines, but both men believe new legislation that specifically targets online gambling is necessary.

This revision would, according to Goodlatte, strengthen any financial restrictions on online wagering. This new legislation could be introduced in Congress within a matter of weeks.

Goodlatte and Kyl have introduced similar legislation in recent years, but both bills failed to win the necessary support.

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