2008 February 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
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The title of this harrowing book, “Hats & Eyeglasses: A Family Love Affair With Gambling,” (Tarcher/Penguin, 224 pages, $23.95) refers to what happens when you gamble so much and are so far under water that all that is left are hats and eyeglasses on the surface.
MOREHEAD CITY Two additional arrests have been made in a December armed robbery of a Morehead City bingo hall that was full of patrons at the time.
Late Friday night this agency with assistance with Duplin County Sheriffs Officials arrested 2 more individuals involved in the Armed Robbery of the Morehead City Beach Bingo back in December 15, 2007. Arrested were the following; Johnny Ray Chesnutt, and James David Clibbons, Both individuals were arrested on the following charges. 1 count of Robbery with a Dangerous Weapon , and 1 count of …
FRANKFORT — Kentucky casinos couldn’t compete with existing operations in Indiana under Gov. Steve Beshear’s gambling proposal, a casino and hotel operator from northern Kentucky said.
ANYONE who has played no-limit poker, or at least watched it on television, savors the moment when a player calls “all-in,” and shoves his or her chips into the middle of the table. via Inside Bay Area
PlayersOnly.com online casino and poker room is extending the entry deadline for their $10,000 video contest on YouTube.com. Video clips showing what it takes to be a ‘player’ can now be uploaded until March 15 to YouTube.com/Group/UnleashThePlayer.
Key House members said yesterday that Gov. Steve Beshear had overreached in proposing as many as 12 casinos in Kentucky but that a scaled-back version of the plan stands a better chance of passage.
Millions of dollars from casino gambling might seem like a good idea for advocates of the poor, disabled and elderly, with public health and human service programs facing deep cuts in state funding.