2005 July 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Bluff magazine routinely reveals a world at the top of the poker craze that few get to see, of millionaire card sharks who spend money with abandon, use $1,000 chips as coasters and fly like rock stars from one …
The Mississippi Gaming Commission has approved development plans for the $235 million Havana Casino in Biloxi and a $200 million Lakes Gaming resort in Vicksburg.
With Nicklaus gone, all eyes on Woods at British Open. More held in London probe Video Hurricane Emily on track for Mexico Armstrong extends lead in Tour Trent Keegan / EPA via Sipa Press Aussie wins Poker …
State lottery revenue jumped by 20 percent after slot-type games were added to video gambling machines in bars and taverns in the past two months.
The prestigious World Series of Poker is scheduled to end today in Las Vegas. It began June 2. The 36th annual event will have awarded more than $100 million in prizes and drawn 5,000-plus entries.
ShowEvent.com with Osborne/Jenks Productions, Inc and the American Homeowners Association, America’s number-one Homeowner Organization, is pleased to announce Connecticut’s “Original” Fall Home Show, at the …
After decades of little serious effort to fight gambling, the new National Police chief’s bold announcement that he planned to completely eradicate gambling nationwide came as a quite a surprise.
Despite the tough measures being taken by police against gambling rackets in the capital, a team at the Jakarta City Council is still seeking a way to make gambling enterprises legal in restricted areas.
Dana Eveland was in Biloxi, Miss., on Thursday, doing a little casino gambling, when he found out that the Milwaukee Brewers wanted to take a chance on him.