2007 October 30 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
PokerStars Sunday Million PokerStars held its monthly $500 buy-in version of its Sunday Million tournament last night, and 2,617 entrants tried their luck, generating a total prize pool of $1,308,500. The … via CardPlayer.com
Britain’s smoking ban may help save lives, but it apparently is killing bingo halls. The July 1 ban on puffing at work or inside public spaces is being blamed for a 20% drop in attendance nationwide about 600,000 players…
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Investors have begun circulating petitions in an effort to win voter approval to legalize gambling at a proposed $600 million casino resort near this southwest Ohio city.
AUSTIN, Texas—-Littlefield Corporation announces two of its South Carolina bingo halls were damaged by fire. The two bingo halls are located in Goose Creek in the vicinity of Charleston and are known as Beacon Beach Bingo Hall and Beacon Bingo Hall.
SAGINAW, Mich. — Police in Saginaw Township are on the lookout for a woman who stole about $600 from a bingo game at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic church.
Oct 30, 2007 DELTA - Delta-Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company will hold pottery bingo Friday at the fire house, 500 Main St., Delta. Doors open 6 p.m., and games begin 7 p.m. Prizes include Henn pottery and baskets. Refreshments will be sold. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door.
THE NSW Government is poised to announce its plans for a second casino within days, with James Packer’s PBL frontrunner to snare another gambling cash cow. via News.com.au
Opponents of Gov. Deval Patrick’s plan to bring casino gambling to Massachusetts are launching a public awareness campaign.