2008 February 28 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Seven people were arrested in Monroe Thursday evening in connection with an illegal gambling ring.
With the biggest online poker tournament in Bodog history, the Bodog Poker Open, quickly approaching, Bodog is giving its online players even more ways to qualify for the series’ championship event, the $500 … via RGT Online
A preliminary court ruling left standing a Sacramento County ordinance allowing some types of electronic bingo, The Bee has learned.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — State Rep. Marcel Black has introduced a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow electronic bingo games at the dog tracks in Birmingham and Mobile County.
Extended opening hours boost popularity of controversial gambling machines in betting shops
Sky 3 flew over a gambling bust in Union County on Thursday. Several law enforcement units raided businesses and homes in the Monroe area.
Cheektowaga has a new chairman for its five-member group of Bingo inspectors, but the departing chairman questioned the town board as to why he wasn’t reappointed. He left with “answers,” but they weren’t supplied by board members.
An aerial view of the central court at the WTA Dubai Open. A spectator suspected of involvement in illegal betting was threatened with ejection during world number one Justine Henin’s shock defeat at the Dubai Open.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) A bill that would allow bars and taverns to offer pull tabs and other low-stakes gambling narrowly gained approval Wednesday in the Senate.