2007 March 11 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Andreas Hoivold has lifted the EPT German Open trophy here in Dortmund, Germany, collecting a massive 672,000 - but, boy, did he have to work for it.
OLYMPIA, Wash. - State gambling regulators have opened the door to more slot machines, 24-hour casinos, high-stakes games and more.
At least two private schools in Britain have responded to the increasing problem of student gambling by offering courses about the risky pursuit.
The beauty of picking the NCAA bracket is the set-up has been the same since 1985 which means we have 22 years of data to consider & exploit. Much…
RIVERTON - The Northern Arapaho Tribe’s Wind River Casino has discontinued offering bingo.
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman is a betting man. He thinks UNLV is “a given” to get into the Final Four of the NCAA tournament. He says there’s nothing wrong with cheering on your home town team, or with putting money down to back your convictions.
OLYMPIA - A divided State Gambling Commission on Friday approved far-reaching changes to its compacts with Washington’s 27 gambling tribes.
TOPEKA, Kan. The flourishing American Indian casinos in Oklahoma are helping to shape the debate over gambling in Kansas. Supporters of expanded gambling say…
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - A stone’s throw from the glittering, billion-dollar casinos, thousands of people live in grinding poverty in run-down houses surrounded by drugs and prostitutes.