2008 June 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
There will be no new riverboat casinos in Missouri until voters have their say. A unanimous Missouri Gaming Commission on Monday agreed to a moratorium on further consideration of any casino applicants, including one pending in Sugar Creek, until at least November.
Thursday night I sat in the same chair at the same desk in the same room I’ve been at for almost nine years to help produce the daily sports section.This time, however, only three of the 15 department computers were powered, a halogen lamp in a corner substituted for overhead lighting and the phones were silent instead of constantly ringing with reports of softball and baseball scores. With me …
Three casino workers were indicted Monday on charges they stole a list of more than 20,000 top players from the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City.
A Nevada Supreme Court appeal involving a plan to raise casino taxes was dismissed Monday following a deal last month by a teachers union to forgo its initiative petition in favor of increased room taxes.
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua (AP)–Washington and this tiny Caribbean nation have set a new deadline of Friday to resolve their dispute over Internet gambling, according to the islands’ top finance official.
Two men have been sentenced to probation for conspiring to run and illegal gambling ring and launder money around Washington County.
A computer from the business office of a man whose partner is accused hiring a former Las Vegas poker dealer to kill him and his two sons had been used to search for hitmen on the Internet a Central Court Jury …
AS THINGS stand, co-hosts Austria must beat Germany to stay in the tournament. That is a difficult task for the Austrians and majority of the punters at the betting shop are ruling out an upset.
New Jersey prosecutors have charged three casino workers with stealing a list of more than 20,000 top players from the Tropicana Casino and Resort in Atlantic City.