2007 July 17 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Wichita Metro Chamber of Commerce may — or may not — come out with a position next week on casino gambling in Sedgwick County. “What I’m told is they’ll be discussing (the casino issue) at the board meeting next week,” said Bernie Koch, the chamber’s vice president for government affairs. The board is scheduled to meet July 25. “That would be probably the last opportunity before the …
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ST. JOHN’S By now we had all heard of the antics pulled by Jack and Meg White during their cross-Canada tour, particularly the afternoon secret shows. As St. John’s was the last stop on the tour, we assumed that it would be no exception.
Poker is the mythological game of America’s Old West. From the swagger of the riverboat gambler Charles Starr to the nerves-of-steel Doc Holliday to the suave presence of television’s Maverick, poker players … via MarketWatch
PITTSBURGH — As new casinos appear all over our area, the state is finding ways to help people who cant control their gambling. The Council on Compulsive Gambling of Pennsylvania has brochures at every casino.
The state’s highest court on Tuesday upheld the decision of state regulators to allow groups led by a Connecticut Indian tribe and by a Chicago billionaire developer to build slot-machine casinos on Philadelphia’s riverfront.
WATERLOO — A man with a history of theft and forgery arrests who once managed the concessions at the Boys & Girls Club bingo hall has been arrested.
HIGHLAND, California — (PRESS RELEASE) — San Manuel Indian Nation — The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and California Council on Problem Gambling (CCPG) today jointly announced the designation of the San Manuel Indian Bingo & Casino as a “Certified Responsible Gambling Establishment.”
A team full of poker players are aiming to raise the bar with their Poker Evolver software. via RGT Online