2008 August 31 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Green Party is calling for tougher control over poker machines in pubs. Greens’ gambling spokeswoman Sue Bradford says pokie machines are often found in low-income areas where problem gambling can cause a lot of damage to a community.
Construction of the Seneca’s Buffalo Creek Casino is on hold, but slots are still ringing at the temporary site despite a judge’s ruling gambling can’t take place there. Right now, it looks like a long legal battle is ahead before there will be any resolution.
Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc. announced that the Company closed its casino in Natchez, Miss. temporarily due to Hurricane Gustav today.
The Gulf Coast’s 12 casinos close Sunday in preparation for Hurricane Gustav.
NEW ORLEANS — Courtesy of e-mail, the American Gaming Association, otherwise known as the casino business, dropped a recent missive touting the economic virtues of gambling for…
The surprise choice of Sarah Palin as the Republican vice-presidential candidate doesn’t indicate either a pro- or anti-gambling shift in the party. As with her Democratic VP opponent, Joe Biden , Palin has never made any clear statement either for or against the legalization of gambling, but hasn’t opposed pro-gambling initiatives in the state she governs - Alaska.
Experienced no-limit Texas Hold’em players understand the importance of reading flop texture.
After seven long months, NFL fans are champing at the bit for the real action to finally begin, and a week before the opening game kick-off between the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants and the Washington Redskins, Logans.com is already on track for record betting numbers.
WATERLOO — The Salvation Army campus could become a valuable resource if floods or tornadoes displace Black Hawk County residents again.