Editor’s note: This story originally misidentified Battersea Power Station development director John Anderson as a former CEO of 888 Holdings plc. Battersea’s Anderson has never been associated with 888 Holdings. The story shown below has been corrected.

European gambling sites on Monday warned that legislation aimed at ending Internet-based poker games in the U.S. would hammer earnings, sparking massive, double-digit drops in share prices.

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