2006 December 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Chip Leader Clonie Gowan playing on first day of Doyle Brunson North American Poker Classic at the Bellagio Las Vegas.
COMMENTARY - This coming week, state gaming regulators are expected to choose who will win the state’s five standalone casino licenses. Many see this as a milestone in the state’s more than two-year attempt to get legalized gambling under way. But citizens groups which led a protest at the gambling regulators’ headquarters Monday in which 14 were arrested for disorderly conduct are being blas …
The owner of Lynn’s Massage and two employees were arrested on suspicion of prostitution-related charges Thursday after Columbia police spent several hours searching the business.
Purple Lounge is delighted to announce that another winner has struck success at its tables and has qualified for one of the coveted Aussie Millions packages. Purple Lounge players are no strangers to winning, with two players recently winning specia
In an aggressive drive to win back American customers, Casino Windsor will become Caesars Windsor, adopting the most recognized brand in gambling and becoming the first Caesars casino outside the United States. Harrah’s Entertainment, which operat
MONTICELLO (AP) - A proposed Mohawk casino in the Catskills received environmental approval from federal officials, bringing the long-delayed $600 million project a step closer to reality, tribal representatives said Friday.
Have you ever thought about the amount of different things that the Internet can offer you? Currently, anyone who wants to have a great experience on the Web has an opportunity to do so. One of the most popular forms of Web-related pastimes is online casino gambling.
Crispin Leyser, a television producer who believes he was cheated out of half the $12 million pot won by World Series of Poker champ Jamie Gold, has challenged Gold’s claims that he offered Leyser a portion of …
HARRISBURG With state regulators considering where to award slot-machine gambling licenses, a Wall Street analyst said that a proposal for a slots parlor near the Gettysburg battlefield is a better choice than two competitors in the Pocono Mountains.