2006 October 01 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Poker Player’s Alliance has announced that it is continuing its fight to keep online poker legal.
B-1! You slam your dauber down and shout out Bingo! Its just another Saturday at your average run-of-the-mill bingo hall. But when you go up to get your prize you find yourself staring into the heavily made-up face of a man wearing a nuns habit.
When Danny Losch stepped into the Canal Fulton Community Building he found himself on a one-way street, on which mostly critics of a proposed casino were walking.
Sir Peter Fry, chairman of the Bingo Association, is demanding the support of the Scottish Parliament in his efforts to wring a multimillion-pound tax break from Westminster to prevent the collapse of the £300m Scottish bingo industry.
Internet gambling firm 888 Holdings Plc (888.L) is expected to freeze indefinitely business from U.S. customers on Monday after Washington moved to tighten its online gambling laws, the Financial Times said.
AMERICAs $6 billion (£3.2 billion) internet gambling industry is facing meltdown after the US Senate pushed through a Bill at the weekend outlawing the processing of bets by banks and credit companies.
It is an everyday story of casino folk lots of money, intense rivalries and high passions. Only the sex is missing but who knows when that may pop up?
SHARES in gaming companies look set for a turbulent week, after the US Congress backed a bill aimed at cracking down on internet gambling.
HURLEY — A Feb. 15-16 trial was set Friday for a Hurley businessman charged with multiple gambling related charges.