2008 August 12 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Kansas City casino revenue flattened last month to $62.1 million, up just 0.2 percent over July of last year.
Times sports editor Making those necessary August adjustments from the slow pace of summer to the blur of school sports activity just around the corner . . .
The Etowah County Commission plans to amend the resolution regarding video bingo and give authority to the sheriff to approve applications.
Sports Interaction betting analyst Frank Doyle considers the role of the quarterback in terms of informed NFL betting. This has been an interesting week to think about quarterbacks, and the value careful quarterback study gives t…
The Michigan gaming control board is overhauling a complimentary meal coupons program for businesses near Detroit casinos as it investigates irregularities surrounding their use.
Shares of Century Casinos Inc. dropped sharply on Tuesday, one day after the Colorado Springs, Colo.-based casino operator reported that its second-quarter profit fell 20 percent but beat analysts’ expectations.
Gambling revenue at MGM Grand Detroit L.L.C. last month exceeded that for July 2007 by more than 22.25 percent, at $50.5 million, the Michigan Gaming Control Board reported Tuesday.
Tournament will start at 5 p.m. In the August 1 issue of The Sentinel-Echo, it was reported that the Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament would start at 1 a.m. It will actually start at 5 p.m. and end at 1 p.m. This …
DETROIT Authorities are targeting illegal gambling at Detroit-area bars.