2006 August 14 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Celizic: Sins of the flesh small problem compared to betting on sports
Tiger Woods won the Buick Open two weeks ago and was the longest driver in the field. Before that, he won the British Open and was the most accurate driver in the field. Could this be the week that Woods combines the Buick Open distance and British Open accuracy? If so, a victory at the PGA Championship could be a foregone conclusion.
Sunday bingo and other charity events at the CPOA Building on Cardwell Street have been canceled for the next several weeks, officials there said, after a vehicle ploughed through the building and wrecked the main hall.
It looks like an act of plucky defiance: a bingo hall holding its ground while a block of luxury apartments is built around it. The former working-class district of Partick in Glasgow has become increasingly gentrified in recent years, but the bingo-playing ladies are refusing to budge.
As the craze for online casinos and poker continues, Gibraltar has put itself firmly at the heart of the industry.
Bingo.com, Ltd., operator of the World’s Largest Bingo Hall, today announced its financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2006. All amounts are presented in United States dollars and in accordance with United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
Ever since seeing Joanna Krupa at the 2006 World Series of Poker , we’ve considered renaming her the 2006 Wicked Chops Poker Girl of the Year, a title currently bestowed upon the bodacious Brit babe Keeley …
Rhode Islanders can’t watch television without seeing advertisements that promise a casino will reduce property taxes, provide jobs and alleviate poverty among the state’s Narragansett Indian Tribe.
The agency knows the answer, but its officials say the 2-year-old state law that both legalized slot-machine gambling in Pennsylvania and created the gaming board to oversee the industry does not allow it to release the information publicly.