2006 March 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
JAKARTA: Forty-eight people were arrested during a series of gambling raids Tuesday in West Jakarta, the local police chief said.
Casino Nights for charity may be profitable, but the county prosecutor said Wednesday that Pennsylvania law says … what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.
The 2006 Winnin’ O’ the Green poker tournament has been running since March 1st at the Bicycle Casino in California, and will culminate with a $2,500 buy-in championship event which begins this Friday.
Sports betting: Armed with £200 we test the tips from Britain’s newest sports betting paper.
Britain’s bookmakers took a blow when the Chancellor imposed licence fees on their betting machines, a move that will cost the industry tens of millions of pounds, and increased the tax on one-armed bandits at arcades and clubs.
It has been just announced that nine-time World Series of Poker winner and FORMER World Champion Phil Hellmuth will be the new host on the upcoming season of BRAVO’s “Celebrity Poker Showdown,” to be held for …
Las Vegas Speedway Gambling on New High-Speed Oval by Banking It Higher and Making It Narrower
State lawmakers killed a plan for state-owned casinos last week, but the debate over legalized gambling in Kansas isn’t over. Yesterday a gambling expert told a Senate panel that tribal-owned casinos in border towns would limit the negative effects of gaming statewide.
House Bill 600, a bill that would legalize casino gambling in Kentucky, has passed the House Licensing and Occupations Committee. Last Thursday, the bill went to the House Rules committee, which governs the proceedings of the House of Representatives and its committees.