2007 August 02 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
BOSTON Developers hoping to build a resort-style casino in the central Massachusetts town of Palmer met with top Patrick administration aides and legislators Tuesday, adding to the list of potential sites under discussion as the state ponders a dramatic expansion of gambling.
COST: $92 million, the first phase of a $150 million project. SIZE: 207,500 square feet. Total Casino Queen site is 61 acres. GAMBLING SPACE: 38,000 square feet, nearly 10,000 square feet more than the previous riverboat.
QUESTION: Do multi-play video poker machines use just one or multiple decks on the draw? Are the odds of each of the three hands the same? Will I get more royal flushes playing Triple Play than playing on a … via Detroit Free Press
Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. today provided additional comments and information on its financial results for the fourth fiscal quarter and fiscal year ended April 29, 2007, which were reported in its Form 10-K filing on July 30, 2007.
Marlborough and Palmer are the two latest sites in Massachusetts to be eyed for possible casino resorts should the Legislature legalize casino gambling. More Massachusetts News
Authorities in Loudon County are looking for a trio of masked men who robbed a high-stakes poker game at a home in Ashburn early Tuesday morning. via WRC-TV
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While the Gulf Coast struggles to recover from Hurricane Katrina, casinos along the busy beachfront of Biloxi, Miss., have hit the jackpot.
DARTMOUTH The proposed billion-dollar gambling casino the Mashpee Wampanoags would like to build in Middleboro has officials in many surrounding cities and towns scrambling to determine what impact the massive project would have on their…