2005 July 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
INDONESIA âˆ“ As reported by the Jakarta Post: “Observers are calling on the police to start arresting big-time gamblers and raid suspected big gambling dens in order to make the current anti-gambling drive a success.
The hottest ticket in town is Mega Millions. There was no jackpot winner in Friday’s Mega Millions drawing, so Americans woke up to a jackpot that’s bulging at an estimated $145 million for the Tuesday, July …
A Missouri slot machine player ‘clicked it big’ at popular online casino, Slotland.com, when he won the website’s progressive jackpot for $127,988 on Striking 7s.
An Ulster-born poker ace was flushed with success last night after scooping 1million at a Las Vegas tournament with the largest prize pool in history.
INDIANA Ã¢ As reported by the Louisville, Kentucky Courier-Journal: “Indiana’s excise police have raided taverns and fraternal clubs in recent months, cracking down on illegal electronic gambling.
London/Munich — (PRESS RELEASE) — A study completed by the consulting firm MECN and coauthors like the investment bank Sal. Oppenheim and Rob van der Gaast analyzes the privatization of state-controlled gambling businesses, one of the most relevant and controversial issues among state shareholders.
The multimillion-dollar World Series of Poker tournament may have gripped the attention of the gambling world in Las Vegas over the past few days, but this week all eyes will be on home-grown casino operators.
The pool of teenage gambling enthusiasts is growing, studies show. But two Santa Fe teenagers say they’re ready to swim with the casino sharks.
Mississippi Gaming Commission hears casino executives detail development plans (The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss.) By Tom Wilemon, The Sun Herald, Biloxi, Miss.