2006 March 25 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
MIDDLEBORO On Monday, selectmen will consider allowing weekly bingo games in town. The Lion’s Club wants to hold the games at the Council on Aging on Saturday nights.
DENVER - Colorado appears to be on the verge of enacting a statewide smoking ban that would outlaw lighting up in most public places except casinos.
Former Baywatch model and actress Carmen Electra, was dealing a hot hand of poker in New England.
From his medieval vantage point, it’s unlikely that Rome-born philosopher Boethius could have envisaged a world of internet betting exchanges, tipping lines and everyday citizens supplementing their investment portfolios with the paid-for selections of professional gamblers.
Logging on to roll the dice with lady luck could soon be illegal. Attorneys general from across the nation including Arkansas`, Mike Beebe, are urging congress to pass legislation outlawing internet gambling.
The online casino poker buzz amongst women hasn’t gone unnoticed. Several large online casino firms now target the increasing number of female poker players who enjoying playing poker at online casino sites.
NEWARK, N.J. - A former inspector with the Jersey City Incinerator Authority has pleaded guilty to helping run a betting ring that took in thousands of dollars a day and also said he tried to extort money from a contractor doing business in the city.
An Oklahoma tribal casino, which last year was named in a federal indictment as providing rebates to an illegal gambling operation allegedly run by Thoroughbred owner Gerald Uvari and others, and its operator agreed on Friday to pay fines of $2.5-million for alleged violations of federal provisions to combat financial crime.
The NCAA tournament sometimes feels like a made by Hollywood movie: big comebacks with last second game winning shots. Such action certainly makes for exciting watching but what does it mean for the smart bettor? Big comebacks are motivated…