2006 March 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Donald Trump, whose namesake company owns three casinos in Atlantic City, N.J., is promising to hire thousands of people in a North Philadelphia neighborhood to win support for a $350 million slot-machine parlor.
Commercial bookies hope to grab a greater share of profits betting on sports events in Germany, following a ruling yesterday by the country’s highest court that the state monopoly on sports betting must be revised.
A Senate committee approved a bill Wednesday aimed at curbing a growing trend of Indian tribes building casinos away from their reservations.
Police in a Central Ohio community raided an auction house last weekend, in an effort to close down illegal poker games.
The latest news & announcements about Windows based embedded applications … Keywords: Match: Sort by: Mar. 16, 2006 Computer Lab International (CLI) has added three new models to its ET4500 series of thin clients running Windows XP Embedded and Windows CE. Two feature PCMCIA expansion slots, while the third sports an unusual, three-quarter-length PCI card slot attached to its side.
ANGUILLA, BRITISH WEST INDIES– - Bingo.com, Ltd. , operator of the World’s Largest Bingo Hall, today announced its financial results for the fourth quarter and year end December 31, 2005.
MUNICH/LONDON — (PRESS RELEASE) — The betting industry has waited a long time for the decision Germany’s Federal Constitutional Court issued yesterday. However, neither the state-run nor the private suppliers have reason to feel victorious.
Each episode will feature a poker game, with each winner taking US $50,000, and securing a spot at the sixth and final table for a chance to win the half-million-dollar grand prize .
Following on the success of their first two real-money slot machine games for the mobile phone platform, Slotland.com has launched yet another mobile slot machine.