2006 November 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A local grandmother who won at bingo then lost her winnings to a purse snatcher.Save
PokerStars wants one of its players to be like the new James Bond. The online poker giant will hold a freeroll where the winner receives a brand-new limited edition Aston Martin DBS that’s worth more than …
Gov. Ed Rendell said today that he would reject any legislation seeking to legalize table games before the state has a chance to gauge the success and impact of slot machines.
A professional poker player accused of running a $3.3 billion illegal sports gambling operation was ordered held without bail Wednesday.
Local residents enjoy late night bingo, which ran from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on a recent Friday at the Boyce Fire Hall.Save
Littlefield Corp. of Austin lost its Florida appeal over the ill-fated sale of two bingo halls.Save
Schweitzer to hold Polson meeting on gambling compact MISSOULA Governor Schweitzer will be in Polson this afternoon, to hold a public meeting on the State’s gambling compact with the Confederated Salish and …
Some of the last public, indoor places in New Jersey where cigarette smokers are permitted to light up would clear their air if officials in this gambling mecca approve a ban on smoking in casinos. The city council expected to hear from casino workers, public health advocates and others Wednesday afternoon during the first of two public hearings on the proposal to ban smoking on casinos’ gambling Save
One of Xbox Live’s most popular multiplayer titles, Texas Hold ‘em Poker by TikGames, is getting an update today and those who have not been playing fair are in for a rude awakening.