2005 July 04 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
KILLEEN, Texas - A computer goof has Robert Guinther headed for a seat at the World Series of Poker tournament in Las Vegas later this week.Guinther, 65, entered what he thought was a $10 online poker
The 2005 WSOP (World Series of Poker) got under way with a record field last month at the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas.The first event, a $1,500 buy-in no-limit hold ‘em tournament, opened with 2,305 player
A new television show about poker is set to hit the air soon. The Small Town Poker Tour is as simple as the title states, blending everyday people with the exciting game of Texas Hold’em - a winning combination. The tour is set to travel the USA …
Mexican boxer Martin Sanchez has died from serious head injuries after being knocked out by Russian Rustam Nugaev during a fight at a Las Vegas casino. Nugaev knocked Sanchez out with a right hand just over two minutes into the ninth round of a …
Like no other sport, baseball is a game rooted in statistics. In between my college classes IÂ’d sit in the student center with the newest issue of the Sporting News, fingers growing tired from plugging the numbers into my calculator….
PartyGaming chief exec Richard Segal has revealed that the giant poker group, which last month entered the London Stock Exchange with a highly successful IPO, is to re-launch its casino operations early in 2006.
On June 25th, Bodog.com Founder & CEO Calvin Ayre hosted a red carpet launch party at the Quay Restaurant in Vancouver for Bodogmusic.com lead artist and exec Bif Naked.
Following a similar revamp of online gambling legislation and regulations in the Isle of Man regulatory jurisdiction last year, it appears that Gibraltar has started an initiative to overhaul its requirements.
The government agencies involved in implementing the UK Gambling Bill, which will see major reform in the British Isles and official regulation of online gaming seems to be moving ahead slowly but surely judging by government timelines released this week.