2006 December 25 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A bold prediction from Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell about his state’s economy. A number of casinos are opening through-out the Keystone state, moving it closer to becoming one of the nation’s biggest gambling states.
Lake County officials have hired consultants to try to extract more property taxes out of area casinos, an effort being met with resistance from riverboat operators. County Commissioners voted this week to pay Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP, a C
Members of the Carmi Rotary Club indulged in a bit of trivia and enjoyed Christmas carols at their final meeting before Christmas. Carmi Kiwanians played “Fair and Square Christmas Bingo,” with family members on hand.
The U.S. financial sanctions on North Korea, which rely on China and Macau to shut down Pyongyang’s illicit activities in their territories, may gain new leverage from a multi-billion-dollar casino business deal between Macanese and American gambling moguls.
HARRISBURG, Pa. The hectic and historic year 2006 saw Pennsylvania move closer to becoming one of the nation’s biggest commercial gambling states.
CARSON CITY (AP) — Nevada regulators gave final approval Thursday to plans by veteran gambling figure Tom Celani to run Frank Sinatra’s old Cal-Neva casino on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore. Celani says he’ll spend millions on upgrades and promote the resort’s “Rat Pack” history.
Online casinos are the place for gambling, and gambling, in nature, is closely related to risk. Gambling is the act of playing for stakes in the hope of winning something. When hope is involved, so is the chance that it will fail us. This is where gambling and risk are tied together.
All who play at online casinos, whatever their favorite games may be, have different reasons that bring them to play the casino games. The reason common to all is, naturally, winning.
CROWN POINT | Lake County officials have put down the opening wager in a game they hope will result in area casinos paying out hundreds of millions of dollars in additional property taxes.