2007 August 30 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Thursday mornings at the Marysville Senior Center bring an hour of drama as people wait to see which Ping-Pong ball could make them yell, Bingo. All it takes is 5 cents a card per game, and seniors can follow the swirling balls and cover the numbers that pop up on their cards.
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. - Bingo is returning to Berkeley Plaza in a “big” way this weekend, and the new owners of the 42-year-old commercial property north of Martinsburg anticipate even more redevelopment as the immediate area continues to grow.
“Instant eChecks are now available to a limited number of players with plans to make eChecks available to all U.S. players in the near future”Read the rest »
Rank has been one of the beneficiaries of the awful summer weather after the rain helped mitigate the effects of the smoking ban at its Mecca Bingo halls.
“There has been a massive explosion in poker over the last 10 years”Read the rest »
“This inquiry, which is a political witchhunt, is not about good policy and not about proper process”Read the rest »
“Having a statewide automated system levels the playing field and allows people from any part of the state to access and receive information about offenders.”Read the rest »
A 10-year run of regular bingo in Hartselle may be headed in a new direction after two separate parties recently indicated an interest in bringing an electronic version of the game to town.
“The Americans released them. They held them until seven this morning.”Read the rest »