2008 May 23 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
California Indian tribes and the state’s Gambling Control Commission could be headed for a legal fight on whether the state can impose basic regulatory measures on the multibillion-dollar tribal casino industry.
Titan Poker, the largest poker room on the iPoker Network, is currently staging a thrilling online tournament series, offering an unprecedented $3,600,000 in Guaranteed Prizes.
A bill that would nearly double the number of slot machines allowed in the state was approved Thursday by the state Senate. Senate Bill 1201, written by Sen. Jim Battin, R-Palm Desert, would increase the number of slot machine licenses statewide from
SUCH is the happy mood in the Irish camp with the arrival of Giovanni Trapattoni that Robbie Keane, a man who has not always enjoyed the most cordial of relations with the press, didnt miss a beat when he was asked if, as some newspaper reports had it, hed missed the Irish training trip to Portugal in order to attend his stag do in Las Vegas.
Fireworks and skydivers will be floating over Atlantic City this weekend as Resorts International rolls out the red carpet to celebrate 30 years of gambling at the Jersey Shore.
THE head of the Rank Group has welcomed Parliament’s approval of a casino for Newham.
The district attorney in Las Vegas says suspended NFL player Adam “Pacman” Jones has paid a gambling debt to a Las Vegas Strip casino. Case closed, says Clark County District Attorney David Roger.
The Las Vegas district attorney says suspended NFL player Adam “Pacman” Jones has paid a $20,000 gambling debt to a casino.
A parish priest with a gambling problem was arrested Friday and charged with stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from church accounts, including a fund for victims of Hurricane Katrina.