2008 January 24 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The former home of the World Series of Poker, Binion’s Gambling Hall & Hotel, will once again be owned by a Las Vegas operator. via KRON-TV San Francisco
Two armed masked men rob the Denton Bingo Parlor and steal money that goes to several charities to help pay for scholarships for students, NBC 5 reports.
For those of you who love bingo, we will be starting that with our walking program beginning Monday, Feb. 4. We will be calling a new number every Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Come get some continuous exercise and play continuous bingo.
Three members of the House task force on casino gambling met with Gov. Steve Beshear this morning, days after some of them expressed concerns about lack of communication with the administration.
Inviting friends over to play card games can make for a fun, special evening. If the game is poker, then even more fun can be had. via BellaOnline
Two masked men brandishing pistols walked into the Denton Bingo Hall just after closing Tuesday night and carried out a businesslike robbery that garnered the night’s proceeds and two women’s purses.
The UK’s online bingo players have voted BingoMania.co.uk their second-top UK bingo website. In a triumph for ‘the little guy’ BingoMania considers itself one of the smallest bingo sites in the country bingo players from all over the UK visited WhichBingo.co.uk throughout December and voted for their favourites. (PRWeb Jan 24, 2008) Post Comment:Trackback URL: …
The online sportsbook information site Gambling 911 is reporting a mugging assault on an as yet unidentified online gambling executive in San Pedro, Costa Rica, The man is apparently detained in hospital, and details of his identity are being withheld pending communication with his next of kin.
Australian academics were upset to discover this week that a Sydney University careers website was unwittingly directing potential job seekers to an online casino portal operating under the guise of an Asian job site, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.