2007 May 12 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Syracuse Police are trying to figure out who stole thousands of dollars worth of copper piping, television sets, and bingo equipment from the former Brigadier Bingo Hall in Syracuse.
BAGHDAD — A few dozen members of this city’s privileged classes chatted on fraying armchairs at the Alwiyah Club on a recent Saturday, waiting for the weekly bingo game to start. The caller usually responsible for yelling out English letters and Arabic numbers — “B-sabaa!” for B7 — had not shown…
I don’t know about you, but I last played bingo sometime before puberty and figured I might take it up again around my 100th birthday. If ABC has its way, though, the old game will become a new national craze, making everyone forget t…
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Authorities say a burglar broke into a city-owned shop and stole money from illegal gambling machines that had been seized by Jonesboro police in raids.
Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels authorized legislation for slot machines at the state’s two horse racing tracks May 11, one of four major bills he signed into law, including the two-year, $26 billion state budget.
BENSALEM, Pa. - Willa Elliot rapped the glowing blue “spin” button with her long gold-colored fingernails, then anxiously scanned the video screen on her slot machine for the flip-flopping gold-digging icons that would make her a winner.
BENSALEM, Pa. — Willa Elliot rapped the glowing blue spin button with her long gold-colored fingernails, then anxiously scanned the video screen on her slot machine for the flip-flopping gold-digging icons that would make her a winner.
In the six months since the start of slot-machine gambling in Pennsylvania, tens of thousands gamblers — most just a short drive away — have helped get the industry off to a strong start, with more than 300 million dollars in revenues.