2006 February 17 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa once again proves that it pays to play slots. A Roseland, New Jersey resident won more than $2 million last night playing a nickel Wheel of Fortune machine at Borgata.
TURIN, Italy - The NHL has seen no evidence players bet on league games through a gambling ring allegedly operated by Phoenix Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet, deputy commissioner Bill Daly said Friday.
L.A. Poker Classic: No-Limit Hold’em Championship Feb. 16-21, 2006 — Commerce Casino We’re still waiting on Day 2 results, but the news is good for a number of Team Bodog players & Bodog-sponsored celebrites …
Hilton is expected to announce the return of about £3.8bn to investors when it completes the sale of its hotels wing and outlines its strategy as a group that is devoted purely to gambling.
Tiny Antigua protested on Friday new U.S. efforts to outlaw Internet gambling and complained the United States had done nothing to implement a World Trade Organization ruling against current restrictions.
More than 100 lawmakers in the US House of Representatives introduced a bipartisan bill on Thursday to outlaw the $12 billion internet gambling industry. -
Kadin2048 writes “According to an recent Ars Technica article, the US is headed on a ‘collision course’ with the WTO over off-shore Internet gambling, if a bill currently in the House of Representatives passes. The ‘Internet Gambling Prohibition Act,’ (PDF) which updates the ‘Wire Act’ to prohibit Internet gambling regardless of whether the servers are located in the US or outside of it, is in
Legislation focused on cracking down on the thriving business of online gambling was introduced in Congress this week to tighten existing laws that outlaw the practice in the U.S.
TURIN, Italy (CP) - The NHL has found no reason to believe an alleged gambling ring took bets on league games, deputy commissioner Bill Daly said Friday.