2006 February 28 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Las Vegas-based Pinnacle Entertainment announced Friday that it had signed a pact with President Casinos to purchase the latter’s one remaining casino asset, its President Riverboat Casino-Missouri, Inc.
Bodog Poker tournament in South Beach centered around fun, sun, poker, partying — and hockey! After playing a couple grueling games at Miami’s Incredible Ice Hockey Arena, professional athletes and Hollywood …
The Kiwani’s Club of Barbados South (KCBS) enjoyed another night of fund-raising with their popular Bingo nights at the Sherbourne Conference Centre on Monday.
DENVER - State Senators burnt another hole in the center of the proposed statewide smoking ban Tuesday, exempting bingo halls before approving a measure now mostly stripped of its original intent.
Josh Lochner Headed to Las Vegas for National Heads Up Poker Championship When Josh Lochner began playing poker over a year ago, he never imagined where it would take him.
BILOXI, Miss. (AP) - A casino loop that someday might rival the Atlantic City Boardwalk is already taking shape on the east end of the Biloxi Peninsula.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Gettysburg was the site of one of the largest battles fought on American soil, but today it is playing host to a different type of fight: Whether slot machines should come to town.
A proposed tribal casino in the Columbia River Gorge was the subject of a hearing in the U.S. Senate’s Indian Affairs Committee Tuesday.
Tourist-only casinos that only admit non-Korean passport holders will be allowed in all five-star hotels starting as early as July, according to a government law revision Tuesday.