2006 January 04 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
It begins with more than a thousand people, a ton of food, and an open bar. While many would believe that anything that begins that well can only go downhill, the fun and poker insanity is just beginning.
Wil Wheaton is such a nice and cool guy in person. Terrence told Brad that I really wanted to meet Wil, so Brad tracked him down and introduced us.
Once-powerful lobbyist Jack Abramoff completed the second half of his plea deal with the government Wednesday by admitting to conspiracy and wire fraud charges stemming from his 2000 purchase of a gambling boat fleet.
The Illinois Gaming Board is considering a new proposal to that would require casinos to card every person that walks through the door. They are hoping it will keep gamblers who have voluntarily put themselves on the state’s banned list.
The Professional Translation Company in China Thundergates employ both native English and Chinese speakers.
World Series of Poker Glued to Mobile Glu Mobile puts on poker face Today, Glu Mobile announced that it has concluded an alliance with Harrah’s License Company .
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., Jan. 4 (UPI) — In an attempt to stop gambling addicts from relapse, Illinois casinos may card all patrons to make sure they aren’t on a list barring entry.
Horse industry casino advocates plan to release a poll Thursday that they claim shows the majority of Kentuckians want a vote on expanding gambling.
MIAMI - Once-powerful lobbyist Jack Abramoff pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to conspiracy and wire fraud stemming from his 2000 purchase of a gambling boat fleet.