2007 March 14 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
If you’re pondering the future of network TV, consider ABC’s bold move for the height of the May ratings sweeps: live bingo. No, really. “National Bingo Night” has been scheduled for May 18, a Friday, in the 8 p.m. hour. Whi…
A small group of avid girls’ basketball fans was settling in for Wednesday morning’s lidlifter of the Class 4A state tournament at the University of Minnesota Sports Pavilion. Maybe “avid” isn’t descriptive enough, because these people — who know how to get to Las Vegas — had spent enough time dissecting the matchups to create Vegas-style betting lines for the day’s games. Mighty St. Paul …
Contact Keep Online Poker Legal In a threat on par with getting a slap on the wrist by Crispin Leyser or perhaps having a Clay Aiken song dedicated to you, not that were suggesting anything here, WSOP …
An Australian gambler is suing a casino for tens of millions of dollars for allegedly luring him back to the gaming tables after he had banned himself from the premises.
U.S. Rep. Barney Frank is considering a bill to repeal a ban imposed last year on online gambling, said a spokesman for the lawmaker on Wednesday.
The chair of the House of Representatives financial services committee is considering legislation that would overturn the ban on online gambling passed by Congress last fall.
Pete Rose bet on the Cincinnati Reds ?every night? when he managed them and, despite his lifetime ban because of gambling, would like another chance in a major league dugout.
IT’S one thing to buy a $1 ticket in the Mega Millions jackpot or take a bus trip to Atlantic City every once in awhile. It’s quite another to be addicted to gambling.
A spokesman for Rep. Barney Frank, a Massachusetts Democrat, said Wednesday the congressman may introduce a bill to reverse the Internet gambling law, but he stressed there is nothing concrete yet.