Supreme Court Odds
Filed under: Online Games , Odds & Ends The odds makers over at Sports Interaction have another wild betting option available for their gamblers. This one is political in nature though. If youre an action junkie, you now have the option to bet on the current Supreme Court nominations . Sports Interaction has given Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers some pretty good odds of getting
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Do you know that:
- Legal gambling activities include state lotteries; parimutuel betting on horses, greyhounds, and jai-alai; sports book-making; card games; keno; bingo; slot machines; progressive slot machines; video poker machines; video keno machines; video blackjack machines; and video roulette machines.
- Las Vegas is a testament of the powerful ability of gambling to foster economic development. Because of gambling, Las Vegas has shown impressive job growth, developed into a major city with a low tax burden that many state and local governments look at with envy.
- The famous banker J.P. Morgan once walked out of a Monte Carlo casino because the stakes were too low? At the time, the maximum wager was 12,000 francs and Morgan wanted it increased to 20,000 francs. When the casino manager refused to increase the limit, Morgan left the casino saying "12,000 francs! I have no time to lose such ridiculous amounts."
- In Paris, legislation prohibiting playing cards was passed in 1377, and in Italy, playing cards and dice were burned.