2008 June 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
HOLLYWOOD, Fla. — Blackjack and baccarat are among the card games now available at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.
One of the most popular casino games in the world has arrived at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, the first time Blackjack has ever been allowed to be played, legally, in the Sunshine state.
June 18, 2008 Sydney, Australia: The members of the Australian Casino Association have voted to change the name of the association to Australasian Casino Association, to better reflect its 18 casino members.
SPAIN are the favourites going into tonight’s quarter-final game against Italy, but just how hot are they with the punters? I was at a betting outlet yesterday to see if there was anyone who will back Italy against Spain and surprisingly I found none.
Gambling on professional tennis will be targeted by investigators during the upcoming Wimbledon championship in Britain, tennis officials say.World tennis officials said that in addition to Wimbledon investigations, an anti-corruption unit will be created by the end of this year in an attempt to rid all gambling from the sport, The Independent reported Sunday.The anti-corruption rules are to be …
ATLANTIC CITY Shouting “Negotiate!” as they made their way through the streets, about 3,000 newly unionized casino workers and their supporters staged a rally Saturday aimed at pressuring Atlantic City casinos to agree on new contracts.
Ft. Lauderdale city commissioners are on the verge of giving ‘beach blanket bingo’ a 21st century update. Last week commissioners instructed staff members to start working with concert promoter and production company Live Nation to produce a three day music festival on the beach.
Blackjack and baccarat are among the card games making their debut at a Hollywood casino.
MANY tech-savvy gamblers here are taking their habit online, but they may not realise it is illegal. Placing bets with operators not exempted from the Betting Act and the Common Gaming Houses Act is an offence, and they could be fined up to $5,000 and jailed for up to six months.