2006 October 05 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
One mans gambling might have taken him over the edge after he crashed his vehicle through the Miccosukee Casino in West Miami-Dade Thursday night, the apparent result of anger.
Frist, Kyl, Goodlatte, Leach and other supporters of the poker prohibition act either failed to consider or chose to ignore the fact that passage of the act would affect more than poker players and poker sites.
Martin elementary school was home to a bingo extravaganza last Wednesday night. Over 200 parents and Martin school students showed up for the event, which was gambling free.
LONDON, England (PRESS RELEASE) — BingoTek has launched Microgaming’s brand new pay-to-play bingo network with the first licensee being Crazy Vegas bingo.
A Kalamazoo couple touched by suicide are planning a poker tournament Saturday to raise money for the “Out of the Darkness Overnight'’ suicide-awareness walk in New York City in June.
MOSCOW, Russia As reported by RIA Novosti: “Russia’s Interior Ministry has shut down a third Moscow casino in an apparent crackdown on gambling businesses controlled by the Georgian mafia, a ministry official said Thursday.
Ameristar Casinos Inc. said Thursday that it now expects third-quarter operating income of between $43 million and $44 million, an increase of almost $8 million from the firm’s previous guidance.
Bingo is more usually associated with pensioners than royalty, but Britain’s Prince William decided to try his luck at the game with a group of friends.
Poker pro Erik Friberg navigated a field of more than 8,700 players to make the final table of this year’s World Series of Poker.