2007 January 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Cardiff competes for the UK’s first “super casino” with Swansea hoping for a smaller gaming venue.
A ban on casinos, betting shops and other gambling operators advertising on television was relaxed by the Government on the eve of today’s announcement of the first Las Vegas-style super-casino.
AMARILLO, Texas A famed poker player known as “Amarillo Slim” wasn’t hurt when two armed men tied him up in his Texas home and robbed him.
West Virginia may be closer to having table games. A bill allowing table games at the state’s four racetrack is expected to be interviewed Tuesday.
Posted Jan 29th 2007 2:35PM by Joanne Lutynec Filed under: Television , Tournaments , Las Vegas The third annual National Heads Up Poker Championship is scheduled to run between March 1-4 at Caesars Palace in …
MASSACHUSETTS As reported by the Patriot Ledger: “Most Massachusetts residents support the legalization of casino gambling in the state, according to a poll released today by the Center for Policy Analysis at the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth.
Prosecutors say a 62-year-old grandma is going to prison for trying to feed her habit, her bingo habit.
SIERRA VISTA, Ariz. (AP) - Prosecutors say a 62-year-old grandma is going to prison for trying to feed her habit — her bingo habit. Leticia Villareal Garcia has been sentenced to three years, after Arizona state troopers said they found more than 200 pounds of marijuana in the trunk of her car.
Reality TV may rule the ratings, but “if you really go back, Miss America was the first reality competition.” That’s the view of Sarah Brock, vice president of production, music and events for CMT, which …