2008 October 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Professionals in the gambling business have some pretty pointed opinions about the Wall Street titans who brought you the current financial crisis.
This is a novel legal strategy. And so far it’s working. Last month, in an effort to preserve the state’s monopoly on legal gambling, Kentucky Gov.
The Florida Council on Compulsive Gambling has hit the jackpot.
The latest casualty of the economic crisis may be the ban on smoking in Atlantic City’s 11 casinos.
ATLANTIC CITY - The complete smoking ban set to go into effect in casinos here next Wednesday could last as little as one week.
The latest casualty of the economic crisis may be the ban on smoking in Atlantic City’s 11 casinos. In a preliminary vote Wednesday night, the City Council moved to postpone for a year a law that was to take effect next week banning smoking from the gambling floor. A final vote will be held in two weeks.
The casinos run by American Indian tribes in Northern California work to attract lonely seniors on fixed incomes by offering cheap transportation on charter buses like the one that crashed over the weekend, killing eight people and injuring dozens. Read comments
Luck seekers meet for friendship and fun in Colchester
For Tiger Woods, time really is money.