2006 May 01 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Major casino companies dodged a bullet Monday as employees showed up for work on a day planned for a boycott, then joined more than 11,000 people in flag-waving rallies across Nevada calling for immigration reform.
Months after Gov. Ed Rendell called a special session of the General Assembly to tackle the problem of property taxes, legislators said they have finally reached an agreement.
John Daly says he has lost between $50 million and $60 million during 12 years of heavy gambling, and that it has become a problem that could “flat-out ruin me” if he doesn’t bring it under control. Daly discussed his addiction to gambling in the final chapter of his autobiography, “John Daly: My Life In and Out of the Rough,” to be released next Monday. He told one story of earning $750,000 when
John Daly says he has lost between $US50 million and $US60 million ($A66 million and $A79 million) during 12 years of heavy gambling, and that it has become a problem that could “flat-out ruin me” if he doesn’t bring it under control.
As astute reader kornzakrackin noted in an earlier posting : [Y]ou need to start exploring the “Hookergate” scandal IMMEDIATELY! And how right korny is.
SAN DIEGO | A Canadian study presented at the meeting here links Parkinson’s disease treatments to an increased risk of pathological gambling.
Roger and Fran Ciolek lived in Denver for more than 30 years before moving south of Wiggins in July of 2000, and while in Denver, Roger said they hadn’t met most of their neighbors.
The shrine grew with the day. It started yesterday morning with two bunches of chrysanthemums under police tape. By last night, there were dozens of bouquets, cards and football scarves and strips both Rangers and Celtic outside the derelict bingo hall in Glasgow’s south side.
At this point, a Texas Hold ‘Em game released on the Nintendo DS will really have to dazzle us to justify its existence on the shelves.