2006 October 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Despite his history as a college dropout, Paul Wasicka earned $6.1 million by taking second place in Las Vegas’ annual World Series of Poker.
The Vesuvius Community Association will host a Longaberger Bingo evening, with profits from the event to go to towards operation and maintenance of the Vesuvius Community Center.
An Argentinian woman is planning to sue gaming officials in Buenos Aires after being told of a mistake on a “winning” Bingo machine.
A new webpage was created to inform American internet poker players about which poker sites are still open to USA players at www.compatiblepoker.com/usa.php. This all came after a depressing weekend for …
Carroll County authorities say they’ve busted an illegal gambling operation. Deputies took eight video poker machines from the garage of a home in Cana.
A man whose job is protecting others is being called a hero tonight. He was shot while protecting church employees during what may have been an attempted hold up. The shooting happened after a church bingo game Friday night at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church on Springhill Avenue.
Though I didn’t make the WPBT Razz event last night, I did manage to play in the Bad Beat on Cancer tournament which was held on Full Tilt Poker .
Facing Arizona rookie QB Matt Leinart has no one concerned in the Bears locker room after he led the Cardinals to an exhibition win in August. Matt Leinart is a…
By Ferdie de la Torre Reporter An ex-convict allegedly staged an armed robbery at a poker arcade in Tanapag early Saturday morning.