2005 November 10 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
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BALTIMORE, Nov. 11 (AP) - Charges against 80 poker players arrested last week in a major gambling raid will be dropped, prosecutors say, because the police quoted the wrong statute when the players were charged.
Filed under: Celebrities , Magazines , Professionals Mike Sexton wrote a funny article for Card Player Magazine called A Great Poker Night .
Filed under: Legal Issues , Magazines Linda Johnson wrote another great article about the Poker Player Alliance .
BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA– - Gateway Casinos Income Fund reports a correction in the balance of unrecovered FDF eligible expenditures for the Lake City Casinos that was reported in the Management Discussion and Analysis for the nine months ended September 30, 2005.
Filed under: Bloggers , Tournaments , Online Games Don’t forget that tonight is Wils West Coast Warm-up over at Poker Stars .
Filed under: Poker for Beginners , Professionals , Strategy Phil Gordon wrote an article for ESPN called The Value of Suits .
The Royal Canadian Legion in Yellowknife is off the hook for an innovative fundraiser gone wrong. The Legion advertised online bingo for the Northwest Territories and Nunavut in the newspaper last week, but the plan was scrapped after it was told online gambling is illegal.
BALTIMORE Eighty poker players in Baltimore are seeing their luck change dramatically.