2007 March 24 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A lot of folks were betting on Kansas to win Saturday. But early that morning, House members were gambling on a bill to expand gaming in Kansas.
Friday night’s gambling debate ran late, and tensions ran high. 49 News Political Reporter Gena Terlizzi explains the topic that brought one lawmaker to tears.
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Tourist-attracting casinos and slot machines at race tracks are a step closer to reality after the House gave first-round approval to the idea after more than a dozen hours of sometimes contentious and emotional debate.
Vince Van Patten, host of the World Poker Tour (WPT), teams up with author Robert J. Randisi to pen the first Texas Hold ‘Em mystery, The Picasso Flop, featuring poker player Jimmy Spain. Though Jimmy Spain is fictional, the book features a number of real-life characters including Van Patten’s co-host on the tour, Mike Sexton.Read the rest »
The European Commission has warned Germany that it faces legal action if it goes ahead with plans to ban online betting and internet-based lotteries.
VALLEY CENTER – An Indian tribe in Valley Center has lost its bid to have a federal judge order state regulators to grant it more slot machines.
DUNELLEN Grab a dauber (for the uninitiated, it’s a bingo marker) after 13 years on hiatus, Friday night bingo is back at the Dunellen Fire Department.