2006 September 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Digi-creepy? Ben is our resident poker expert and the only thing I really know about the game is that I’m not very good at it and it’s a great time waster to watch the WSOP on a Saturday afternoon instead of …
It’s not your father’s poker, but online gambling continues to gain popularity.
A poker game among friends—is turning into a legal battle. Last Summer, Greer police arrested a group of friends for playing poker, because state law considers it gambling. An attorney now hopes a judge will decide the law is unconstitutional.
FRIANT - A man who claims he hit a $737,203 jackpot on a nickel slot machine has hired a lawyer after the club claimed the big win was a huge mistake.
JACKSBORO, Tenn. The mayor of LaFollette pleaded no contest today to possession of gambling devices.
Can U.S. gamblers’ appetites keep up with the current wave of expansion sweeping the industry?
Pete Rose never expected baseballs bearing his autograph and a printed apology for betting on baseball to be sold publicly, his business agent said Monday. A New Jersey auction house, Robert Edward Auctions of Watchung, plans to put 30 such balls up for bid in April, unsure how much they’ll fetch.
When you think about gambling, Chester in Delaware County and Bensalem in Bucks County, for that matter, certainly aren’t the first gaming cities that come to mind.
The community room at the “Notre Dame de la Mer” had always been a gathering place for birthdays, bingo, and afternoon coffees until Katrina ruined the party.