2007 June 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
“After the game Solitaire we prepared for all our card players our version of poker in form of a new game. We hope you will find with it lots of fun and it will become a favourite part of your mobile phones.”Read the rest »
Frankie O’Dell was in charge of the World Poker Tour’s Legends of Poker during season five until Joe Pelton came along. via What’s new on Launchpoker.com
Absolute Poker today announced the launch of Bad Beat Jackpot - a new spin on Texas Hold’em that lets players walk away with a hefty profit after hitting a ‘bad beat’ at the online poker tables. “We’re taking away the pain delivered by bad beats
Paris is indeed Hollywood’s Most Wanted and artist Schmeidler gives Paris some special treatment of her own with a new print. The print is part of an exhibition on display at Hollywood’s Arclight Cinemas. It will run through June 21st 2007.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida plans to expand the Hard Rock restaurant, hotel and casino chain in Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe after buying the company this year from Britain’s Rank Group PLC. The tribe aims to double the number of Hard
A bill that would let bars and restaurants in Louisiana hold the popular Texas Hold ‘Em poker tournaments was sidelined today in the state Senate, likely killing the measure for the legislative session. Senators voted 22-to-14 for a procedural mo
“It has been exciting. It’s really exciting to see people change from being frustrated to being empowered”Read the rest »
The former “Wild Chicago” correspondent hosts an interactive show that features impromptu karaoke performances, aerobicizing, instant makeovers and, yes, bingo. Prizes may include Cher dolls, New Kids on the Block jigsaw puzzles and handmade potholders.
After months of warnings and wrangling, the governing European Commission will officially censure France, Greece and Sweden this week due to moves by those nations to effectively create a state monopoly in sports gambling, according to Agence France-Presse.