2007 June 24 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
European’s out in force on day 17 at the World Series of Poker but bracelets remain elusive Day 17 at the 38th World Series of Poker was relatively quiet on the European front, despite five events being played … via CardPlayer.com
As Wyandotte County voters prepare for Tuesdays election on whether to legalize casino gambling a historic and possibly defining moment for the county the opposition seems to have gone AWOL.
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) - A fire damaged part of the state Casino Control Commission headquarters Sunday, but gambling in the city should not be affected, a spokesman said. No injuries were reported.
The information available on the theory behind baseball totals is only a fraction of that available on baseball sides, even though the number of possible MLB totals you can bet…
A fire damaged part of the state Casino Control Commission headquarters Sunday, but gambling in the city should not be affected, a spokesman said. No injuries were reported. The fire destroyed a building across the street that housed retail shops, said commission spokesman Daniel Heneghan. At the headquarters, six large windows were blown out, and smoke caused some problems, he said. The …
The $120,000 Bingo Bonanza Philippine Open Badminton Championships slated July 18-22 at the Philsports Arena serves as the last major tournament before the World Championships, thus making it a “must” event for those priming up for the world tilt.
Johnathan Westra, at 21-years-old, has won one WPT event and taken second in another. via Bodog Beat
HARRISBURG — A majority of states have banned smoking in most indoor places, but for the casino industry, this is an especially touchy subject. Casinos claim that an unusually high proportion of gamblers smoke, and in an increasingly competitive gambling industry, smokers have options.
Associated Press - June 24, 2007 11:24 AM ET KANSAS CITY, Kan. (AP) - Wyandotte County voters will decide Tuesday whether to legalize casino gambling in the county.