2006 March 24 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. The day after their leader was referred to prosecutors for potential criminal violations, House Democrats attempted Friday to focus on ways to keep legislators out of trouble …
A former Army lieutenant colonel lost $500,000 gambling, and he believes it’s an addiction caused by his medication for Parkinson’s disease.
A Korean company has begun embedding RFID tags into casino chips. This technology will make getting chip counts a whole lot easier. The range on the RFID chips will be around 3 meters, perfect for…
Its in casinos, in bars, and many are now playing in the comforts of their own home with friends, or online.
COLUMBUS — Backers of bringing casino gambling to Ohio, including slot machines at racetracks, aren’t letting several recent defeats deter them.
Last week a self-described “gambling addict” called to remind me that compulsive gamblers are also compulsive liars. “I’ve never told my family that I have a gambling problem,” the anonymous caller said.
Ohio voters may get another chance to vote on whether the state should allow slot machines at Ohio racetracks.
As professional gamblers and casual fans descended en masse on area sports books for the opening weekend of the NCAA men’s basektball tournament, another pair of eyes was also watching the action in Las Vegas: An observer from the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
A Gaming Control Board member said that a television network’s plan to hold a weekly poker tournament in downtown’s Neonopolis could need a gaming license, a requirement that would kill the project.