2006 November 11 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
SINGAPORE: All 23 people charged with offences relating to an illegal gambling den at Senegals consulate in Singapore have posted bail and are scheduled to return to court, news reports said yesterday.
INDIANAPOLIS | State officials have decided not to enforce new rules prohibiting the use of paid workers at any gambling fundraisers by charities until after the upcoming legislative session.
The dice stopped rolling and the roulette wheels stopped spinning at the Sands Saturday.
SINGAPORE will lay its cards on the table later today when it hosts an international poker tournament billed by organisers as the first-ever in the city-state. Britain-based betting exchange Betfair, has teamed …
I liked Casino Royale okay, and Daniel Craig has created a powerful, dangerous, sexy Bond with an interesting chip on his shoulder, it’s almost a class thing.
A Constitutional Amendment providing that Bingo and Raffles, if conducted by authorized organizations (defined as nonprofit religious, educational, veterans, fraternal, service, civic, medical, volunteer rescue, volunteer fire, and volunteer police organizations), shall not be constitutionally prohibited as a lottery, provided the organization has been in existence five (5) years and net
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) _ Four students at a table in Cristina Barcelo’s second-grade classroom are using rubber dice and addition skills to win a bingo game.
A leading online casino bingo site, has recently announced the launch of its Team Bingo tournaments, with the first online casino bingo event of Team Bingo beginning this month!
By Grand Forks Herald, N.D. Nov. 11–St. Mike’s school to hold bingo benefit The public is welcome to a “Turkey Bingo” fundraiser for St. Michael’s Catholic School at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the school gym, next to the church on North Fifth Street and Fifth Avenue North.