2005 July 13 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
GEORGETOWN, South Carolina âˆ“ As reported by the Myrtle Beach Sun News: “Georgetown County officials solidified their opposition to casino boats Tuesday night by passing third and final reading on an ordinance to ban gambling vessels.
One of the most important members of the casino staff you will meet is the Casino Host. Establishing a good relationship with a host can save you hundreds of dollars. The job of a casino host is to cultivate relationships…
LAS VEGAS - Las Vegas’ Rod Pardey Jr. increased his leading chip count and Lee Watkinson of Cheney remained the best bet among eight Washington entrants still alive as the World Series of Poker slashe
With the field slashed to 569 players, it was money day at the World Series of Poker. Almost all of those at the tables as play resumed Monday will end up taking home at least $12,500 each. Of the 5,61
Nevada casinos in May won more than $1 billion for only the second time ever, thanks largely to the late April opening of Wynn Las Vegas, the Gaming Control Board reported Tuesday.
By ADAM GOLDMAN Associated Press Writer LAS VEGAS With the fourth round of the no-limit Texas Hold ‘em event completed at the World Series of Poker, defending champion Greg Raymer found himself losing ground …
SARASOTA A photo of a fat guy ran on Page 2C of Tuesday’s sports section. A sight to behold.
Gamblers left behind a record $1.1 billion at Iowaâˆ™s riverboats and racetrack casinos during the past 12 months, up 4 percent from a year earlier, creating broadly felt effects on average Iowans. Casino spending generated an estimated $263 million in state, county and city taxes for the budget year that ended June 30, easing the burden on taxpayers, according to the Iowa Gaming Association, an
The games begin before we reach the casino. The bus is rolling along the Massachusetts Turnpike near the Westborough Plaza when the tour guide gets on the PA system.