2005 August 02 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Deal ‘em. The Springfield City Council didn’t quite go all in when it came time to vote Monday night, but enough members were willing to play along to make the city the latest to allow local bars and …
THE guy was long and athletic, the prototype big man of new-millennium NBA basketball. He was selected No. 2 overall. He could fly. He could run. But soon he could not hide the fact that he was not living up to the most daunting word in sports potential.
The Powerball jackpot is going higher and higher! No one hit the grand prize Saturday, but 442,157 players across the nation won a total of more than $3.6 million in prizes in America’s Game.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Beaver County developer Charles Betters seeking to overturn the state’s slot machine gambling law, but seems to have left the door open for another challenge down the road.
TALLAHASSEE Gov. Jeb Bush blamed Florida lawmakers’ impasse on slot machine legislation for his own stalled negotiations with Seminole tribal leaders on the same issue.
Allow me to introduce you to Frank Legato. He’s a 49-year-old casino industry journalist who for the last two decades has specialized in conducting research on and preparing articles about slot machines for many of the nation’s leading gaming publications.
Check out what’s going on in and around Tucson, with the Citizen’s new events calendar.
Interactive Gaming Holdings has announced that it has taken over the businesses and assets of Internet bookmaker, Premier Bet Limited.
MINISTERS are to push ahead with plans for at least six super-casinos, it was revealed last night. Under a deal before the election ministers agreed to limit Las Vegas-style halls to one in Blackpool.