2006 September 21 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A man charged in the murder of former SunCruz Casinos owner Konstantinos “Gus” Boulis has posted a $500,000 bond, and bail was set for another.
A previous record will prevent John Neal, accused of running an organized gambling ring, from bonding out of jail before October.
ABLE says machines in Hinton Travel Plaza are legal. District Attorney Bret Burns said he is growing tired of what he called personal attacks surrounding the investigation into illegal gambling machines and recent raid of the Chickasha Elks Lodge.
Two central Kentucky sisters were convicted Thursday on federal charges they skimmed proceeds from a charity bingo hall and hid the proceeds from the government.
Multimedia Games Inc., a maker of electronic bingo and lottery machines, said in a letter to shareholders on Thursday that it continues to explore “strategic alternatives,” and it is currently searching for a chief financial officer.
THE Ryder Cup has attracted an avalanche of betting in Britain and Ireland, with one punter wagering a staggering ?347,000 ($872,000 for a US win over Europe.
Asian people are less likely to gamble, but the effects of problem gambling are more damaging, says John Wong, National Manager for Asian Services at Problem Gambling Foundation of New Zealand (PGF).
Colorado casinos boosted their revenue in August from a year ago.
” The Borgata Poker Open kicked off last week from the gambling capital of the East Coast, Atlantic City, New Jersey.