2006 April 15 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
THE stories about Wayne Rooney’s alleged gambling debts make the subject of betting in football a topical one but, let’s be honest, it’s not a new phenomenon.
David Cameron is facing questions over his gambling policy amid claims that it benefits a big party donor.
The dispute over Wayne Rooney’s alleged £700,000 gambling debt was settled last night, after a week of talks between the 20-year-old footballer’s agent and bookmaker.
The National Council of Legislators from Gaming States will gather on June 2 in Boston , Massachusetts , to discuss Internet gambling and to review the status of the international gaming industry, which is illegal in the United States .
Now the question for viewers of “The Sopranos” is: Will Vito eat the barrel of his gun? Or will he lack the guts, then get whacked by his appalled paisans?
With the NFL schedule now set for 2006, and draft day less than two weeks away, some of the sharpest handicappers in Las Vegas are putting their money into action….
England striker Wayne Rooney has settled his “outstanding issues” with gaming company Goldchip, the firm announced. The Manchester United forward had reportedly ran up a gambling debt of some 700,000 pounds (1.2 million dollars).
With betting reportedly enjoying an unprecedented boom, William Hill predict that following on from last week’s record betting turnover of £250million on Grand National day, all sports betting records are set to be broken by a billion pound betting bonanza on the World Cup.
England striker Wayne Rooney has resolved his “outstanding issues” with a gambling company. The Manchester United star reportedly ran up a debt of £700,000.