2007 January 17 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
I saw this item at FoxNews and had to comment: In the end, good fortune had the stronger hand.
Two days after its founders were arrested and charged with money laundering, NETeller announced that it will no longer allow American customers to transfer money to and from Internet gambling companies.
In the end, good fortune had the stronger hand. A jury decided yesterday that luck, not skill, played the greater part in poker in a landmark ruling on the status of gambling in Britain .
An Arkansas lawmaker introduced a gambling bill on Wednesday that would let established charities legally operate bingo games and raffles.
Forget the blackmail and the occasional amnesia-inducing fling, but bring on the bingo.
(1) Floyd Kinney Jr., 49, pleading guilty in Northampton County, Pa., in December to indecent assault on two young girls, blamed the incidents on his wifes obsessive bingo habit, which he said took her out of the house three, four times a week.
RENO, Nevada (PRESS RELEASE) — GameTech International, Inc. (Nasdaq: GMTC), a leading supplier of electronic bingo equipment, announced today that they have entered into an agreement with Roy Bingo as a full distributor in Northern Florida, Alabama, and Georgia.
Generating hundreds of thousands of numbers a second, there’s no way to influence it.
It’s been posted everywhere by now, but two of the founders and former directors of Neteller were the latest to get pinched by the feds while traveling separately in the US, and are currently being held and …