2007 September 02 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Revenues from poker rooms in Florida are growing. Early figures from the state show a nearly 60 percent increase in money received at 18 state-regulated card rooms. via WSVN-TV Miami Beach
Thursday, September 6th, 2007 at 1:30 pm - 9:00 pm Where: Cost: $200 per person; includes green fees, golf card, cocktail reception, dinner and poker tournament in the Chateau http://www.cciv.org Description: … via Tahoe World
The Atlantic City bus trip, for nearly three decades a staple of the North Jersey senior set, has taken an unplanned detour.
Rank Group, the casino and bingo hall operator, is exploring the possibility of selling the assets and liabilities for its £700m pensions scheme.
An ordinance proposed by District No. 2 City Councilman Jason Hood to transfer the citys future video bingo tax revenue into the capital improvements fund will be up for debate Tuesday afternoon.
“They are spending the milk money and some of this goes to organized crime”Read the rest »
The WSOP Academy is offering the first ever H.O.R.S.E. poker camp this Nov. 2-4. Dealt by Annie Duke and Howard Lederer , along with Greg Raymer , Mark Seif , Andy Bloch and Joe Navarro , the camp will cover … via Wicked Chops Poker
As Governor Deval Patrick weighs a decision on whether to embrace casino gambling, the rewards loom large: Slot machines and blackjack tables could help the freshman governor keep campaign pledges for new rail lines, parks, and property tax relief for cities and towns.
LISTENING to his mum’s advice took James Cummings from public house to calling “house” when he found himself in need of a new job. (31/08/2007 11:52:27)