2008 January 27 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The State of the Union address is must-see TV for any American. But lets face it, the broadcast can get a little dry. So to perk things up a bit, we propose you play our version of State of the Union BINGO. Use this to amuse yourself as President George W. Bush delivers his message tonight.
The second installment of our Super Bowl proposition bet articles is now up. This one deals with the different proposition wagers for individual players, as opposed to the first…
Why Don’t Non-Tribal Casinos Have Class II Slot Machines? In the Northern San Francisco Bay Area, I play at a tribal casino with all Class II Electronic Bingo Slots.
Societe Generale said Sunday that a trader who evaded all its controls to bet $73.5 billion — more than the French bank’s market worth — on European markets hacked computers and “combined several fraudulent methods” to cover his tracks, causing billions in losses.
The possibility of a casino along the Ohio River in Kentucky has sparked debate among residents of the river cities in Kentucky.
The 2008 Aussie Millions Poker Championship is over, and the winner is one Alexander Kostritsyn. via What’s new on Launchpoker.com
Many football bettors are probably having withdraws today, as it’s the first Sunday in many months without any pigskin action taking place. Still, there are a number of basketball…
Ponca Tribe meets with members to consider Carter Lake casino.
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 27 (COPLEY NEWS SERVICE): In what may be a referendum on the future of Indian gambling in California, Propositions 94 to 97 ask whether four of the state’s wealthiest tribes should be allowed to expand their gaming operations, perhaps dramatically, over the next 23 years.