, an Antigua-based gaming concern, has suspended its betting on Survivor again. According to the website's management, a "suspicious amount of new accounts" were opened from Vancouver, where everyone wagered on the same castaway to win Survivor: Pearl Islands. Figuring somebody's got inside knowledge of Pearl's outcome, they wisely decided to avoid legal trouble by ceasing the wagering before the show's 90-minute season premiere aired Thursday night. By the way, the Pearl kickoff proved a safe bet for CBS, at least, scoring 21 million viewers.