2007 March 19 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Small Town Poker Tour visits the John A., Alario, Sr., Events Center in the West Bank section of New Orleans, for three days of charity poker.
For the first time the state has called in a noted gambling problem expert to address the problem of youth gambling. It’s hard to tell how big a problem it is since there have been no studies in Maine on the subject.
BURNABY, BRITISH COLUMBIA– - Gateway Casinos Income Fund today announced that it intends to issue 546,571 additional units of the Fund to satisfy the final purchase price adjustment provided for in the Cascades Langley Casino and Hotel acquisition agreement which was executed in April 2006.
COLUMBIA — The Catawba Indian Nation’s push to offer electronic gambling took a hit Monday when the South Carolina Supreme Court ruled a state ban on video poker also applies to the tribe.
They call it Operation March Madness and it has netted an alleged gambling kingpin.
Steve Ok Spock the squirrel monkey picked North Carolina to go all the way. A squirrel monkey named Spock completed a full NCAA bracket just in time for March Madness.
A Miami executive and his wife pleaded guilty to participating in a $3.3 billion illegal Internet sports gambling operation in New York, the Queens District Attorney’s office said.
By Anthony Ponce INDIANAPOLIS - Bar owners are gearing up to make another push at the Statehouse for legalized video gambling machines.
How about a two-for-one buffet coupon dispensed from your slot machine? Or having your spouse or best friend hit a jackpot automatically when you do? Resorts and slot makers are both looking at some of these ideas for tracking players and handing out rewards as the future of slot machines.