(Reuters) - Nevada's Attorney General has charged the operator of an online poker website that accepted Bitcoin for running it without a license, the Las Vegas Review-Journal newspaper reported on Monday. Bryan Micon's Seals with Clubs poker site was shut down in February, the newspaper reported, and an arrest warrant filed on Monday in Las Vegas Justice Court charged Micon with operating an unlicensed interactive gaming system. The newspaper said Attorney General Adam Laxalt had set a Tuesday news conference to announce details of the case.
Despite Robert Griffin III’s history of injuries and moves in and out of the lineup, the Washington team plans to exercise the quarterback’s fifth-year contract option for the 2016 season. It is worth about $16 million.