2005 December 19 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Thirteen new regional police chiefs took up their posts on Monday with an order from National Police chief Gen. Sutanto to crack down on gambling, illegal logging, corruption and terrorism.
Poker may be all the rage with junior high school kids, but the two richest men in the country are betting a million dollars they have a better card game to offer young people: bridge.
Filed under: Celebrities , Online Games , Odds & Ends Tonight, the Radio Music Awards will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the requisite online poker company will be on hand schmoozing up to the stars …
Proposed changes to the state’s bingo laws could force local operators - primarily volunteer fire departments - to spend more m-o-n-e-y.
Illegal gambling and other charges have been brought against 15 people who were working at The Owl’s Nest in south Baltimore after the club was raided by city Police Vice Squad officers in November.
If you saw a man dressed in a robe walking down the highway, would you have the guts to stop and ask where he’s going? The big strides that come from small steps.
December 19, 2005 - Poker is a game of power: The power to be courageous, the power to win with nothing in your hand but a fistful of determination and the power to turn rags into royal flushes.
(RALEIGH) - The chairman of the state lottery commission says a Georgia game operator with an inside track as North Carolina lawmakers wrote gambling laws won’t be shut out of a chance for a rich contract.
Dec. 19, 2005 - Another problem on the rise among teens is gambling addiction. Last week officers arrested a college student for robbing a bank.