2006 June 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
That, and it’s all on Poker Stars! You’d think they could spread it out a bit.
Singaporeans say they love football and have been struck down by football fever in recent weeks. But Im not so sure thats true. The ongoing World Cup has reaffirmed my belief that Singaporeans are not obsessed with football, but with betting.
Confidence, luck and lots of practice proved to be a winning combination for Scottish-born Aucklander James Anderson, who walked away from SKYCITY Auckland’s World Series of Poker Satellite final yesterday with …
Jennifer Tilly kept her hopes to make the second round of the Poker Superstars Invitational Tournament 3 alive in her fourth elimination round match, besting some of the greatest players in the world on her way …
THE number of poker machines in Tasmania has reached the allowable limit of 3680, with a staggering 2400 in pubs and clubs.
A MONTH after a football scandal showed Italians the rot at the heart of their national sport, the country watched in amazement over the weekend as a fresh scandal involving prostitution and corruption …
The gambling industry could rake in $100 billion this year, but at what cost to society?
At 4pm, more than 2000 of the best blogging poker players in the world will be fighting in the PokerStars World Blogger Championship of Online Poker.
OTTAWA (CP) - Casino Rama has pumped $1 billion into dozens of Ontario native bands over the last decade, but tracing that cash is like chasing lightning.