2006 July 24 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A week after becoming the youngest player to win a World Series of Poker event, 21-year-old Jeff Madsen proved it was no fluke.
Jeff Madsen , a 21-year old UC Santa Barbara film student, is having himself quite the summer vacation - in the span of five days, he’s won $1.4 million and two World Series of Poker bracelets.
The Millennium Dome has emerged as the official front-runner to house Britain’s first super-casino.
Gambling addiction is helping to fuel a dramatic rise in the number of people going bankrupt, according to official figures. The number of bankrupts found guilty of ‘reckless’ spending has soared a staggering 3,732 per cent
John Prescott was embroiled in a fresh controversy last night after his gambling advisors made the Millennium Dome the frontrunner to become the country’s first super-casino
PokerNews.com and Pacific Poker have announced four Team PokerNews Aussie Millions freerolls.
U.S. could face trade sanctions if world trade body finds unfair restrictions on Internet betting.
Nevada gaming regulators need to get tough, in a hurry. The state’s Gaming Control Board takes great pride in being strict enforcers of the rules that govern Nevada gambling.
DUBLIN, Ireland — As reported by the Sunday Business Post: “Minister for Finance Brian Cowen was at the forefront of cabinet opposition to legislation banning casinos, which sparked the u-turn by justice minister Michael McDowell, according to sources.