2006 June 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
It took nearly four hours for Erick “E-Dog” Lindgren and Mike “The Mouth” Matusow to get heads up at the FullTiltPoker.Net Pro Showdown at Red Rock Casino, but just one hand for Lindgren to claim the victory …
BUSINESS leaders have condemned Jack McConnell’s failure to back Glasgow’s bid for the UK’s first super-casino, claiming the Scottish Executive’s lack of support is damaging the city’s efforts to secure the deal.
FIVE bingo halls have closed since Scotland’s smoking ban was introduced in March, it emerged yesterday.
Posted Jun 26th 2006 7:10PM by Joanne Lutynec Filed under: Professionals , World Series of Poker Last week we looked at what happened in the first decade of World Series history: WSOP in the 1970’s . The 1980’s …
Burnaby council has given the thumbs up to a liquor licence at the bingo hall in Edmonds’ Highgate Village shopping centre.
The 2006 WSOP is under way with the ‘Shuffle Up and Deal’ command from Tournament Director Robert Daly.
Calgary Bishop Fred Henry finally spoke out on his disapproval of bingos and casinos as fundraisers, accusing Alberta of under-funding education and forcing schools to become hooked on gambling revenues.
Bishop Fred Henry is not backing down. The fiery leader of the Calgarys Catholic diocese says the ends don’t justify the means. Funds raised from gambling have no place in Catholic Schools.
The theme of M100 buying has been decidedly defensive. The top pickers load up on consumer staples.