2007 February 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The odds are in favor of two new casinos opening after the Butte-Silver Bow zoning board voted 4-2 Thursday to issue permits for the businesses. However, some area residents are betting that the businesses will be a bane for Butte.
This week saw the impending smoking ban claim its first victim - a Welsh bingo hall convinced it will see profits dry up. So, asks Robin Turner, are glossy-haired bingo callers looking over their shoulders for further cuts?
Georgetown is 1-8 ATS last 9 vs. Villanova
There was all the usual Las Vegas talk Friday about gambling and sex.
Online Poker now has a real chance for getting an exemption. Al D’Amato is the new chairman for the PPA .
Robert Kennedy purportedly spawned the phrase “may you live in interesting times,” but it’s online gaming software provider and Hidden Gems recommendation CryptoLogic that lives it.
Churches, VFW halls, and others wanting to host bingo games are now one step closer. You may recall voters approving the issue last November. It’s now up to the state Legislature to set the rules surrounding the games.
LITTLE ROCK - Legislation authorizing the state to allow charitable bingo and raffles cleared the House Friday, but members questioned licensing fees and taxes attached to the measure.
West Virginia’s racetracks have their best chance yet to seek casino table games after the House of Delegates voted to pass their bill to the state Senate.