2007 May 17 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
“We are committed to taking every reasonable step to discourage problem gambling. Our systems are designed to reduce the opportunities for problem gambling to occur.”Read the rest »
ABC calls this show ?high action? bingo. Actually it?s a high-concept attempt to low-ball the viewer.
Nevada gambling regulators gave final approval Thursday to MGM Mirage Inc.’s sale of two Laughlin casinos to Marnell Sher Gaming LLC.
Mayor Richard M. Daley confirmed Thursday what CBS 2 reported exclusively Wednesday night: he’s once again negotiating to build a big, billion-dollar-a-year land-based casino in downtown Chicago. CBS 2 Political Editor Mike Flannery reports on a day of speedy developments in Springfield. VIDEO: See What People Are Saying About The Possible Expansion Of State-Sanctioned Gambling
Focus on: Seven-Card Stud By far, the most popular form of poker being played today is Texas Hold’em , but the first two poker games I ever played were five-card draw & seven-card stud . via About.com
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. - Net income at Atlantic City’s 11 casinos fell 54 percent in the first quarter compared to a year ago, the latest evidence that new slots parlors in Pennsylvania and New York are hurting business here.
Gambling Helpline welcomes the certainty of funding to prevent and minimise gambling harm being set out for the next three years (1 July 2006 30 June 2010), reported in the Problem Gambling Levy Regulations 2007.
The temporary slots casino at The Meadows Racetrack in North Strabane Township will open for gambling in early June, although no exact date has been set.
Employees of 2 casinos run by the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes in Oklahoma will take over management after a 5-year contract extension with an outside contractor was nullified.