2005 December 30 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The woman who is the public face of Broward County’s adult game rooms has been charged with running an illegal gambling operation in a case that could turn into a courtroom showdown over the growing industry.
Came across a story yesterday about this chap in Britain who has made a mint by selling advertising space on his homepage.
WHEN is a first scorer not a first scorer - when a Press Association sports reporter decides We have reached a ludicrous situation in the world of football betting when one man’s opinion - be it right or wrong - can cost a punter thousands of pounds.
AN ONLINE gambling addict stole thousands from a travel agency owned by Phillip Schofield, the television presenter, as she tried to bet her way out of debt, a court was told yesterday.
Couple threw away money on online poker tables Fears that easy access is plunging more into debt Steven Morris Saturday December 31, 2005 The Guardian A clerk at a bureau de change was jailed yesterday for …
(December 30, 2005) - - Civic leaders, preservationists, gambling opponents and a state lawmaker are making a federal case against a Seneca casino in Buffalo.
…Three, two, one what do you have planned? Incline restaurants, bars and casinos are preparing to be inundated with New Year’s Eve revelers Saturday eager to ring in 2006.
MINOT, N.D. - The North Dakota Association for the Disabled says its charitable gambling proceeds have been cut in half and it has been forced to eliminate 10 staff positions since a statewide smoking ban took effect in August.
Two dozen suitors have applied for the 14 licenses that will be awarded by Pennsylvania to operate slot-machine gambling parlors, state officials said Friday.