2005 December 27 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A recent survey showed some interesting statistics about online poker players. More than half of the surveyed players admitted to playing in nothing but their underwear or in some cases, completely nude.
PHILADELPHIA - A Chicago gambling company has purchased a former sugar refinery parcel on the Delaware River for its proposed $450 million slots parlor.
FOR reluctant risk-takers, it is not the obvious career choice. However, in the once seedy world of professional poker, a new generation has come of age.
An illegal gambling case with nearly $100 million in horse racing bets and a colorful cast of characters stood out among North Dakota’s high-profile crimes this year.
RELIGIOUS groups, social activists and environmentalists may frown upon the idea of turning Pulau Jerejak into a casino or entertainment centre.
The death of Australia’s richest man, Kerry Packer, will leave his only son in control of the family media and gambling empire, Publishing & Broadcasting.
They are falling off and hitting the ground with a horrid thud. There goes “Basketball Bill” from Calistoga, “Baller” from San Jose and “Prime Cut” from Richmond. “Point God” from Oaktown, “Dish To My Lou” outta Concord and “The Coach” by way of Vallejo are…
Forget shuffleboard, needlepoint, and bingo. Web logs, more often the domain of alienated adolescents and middle-age pundits, are gaining a foothold among senior citizens.
Aaron Moses Cobbs III had a penchant for gambling at Turtle Creek Casino in Williamsburg and supported his betting habit with a crack cocaine business run out of a country house in Grawn.