2008 October 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The horseracing industry welcomed the government’s long-expected announcement yesterday that it was abandoning the open market sale of the Tote betting and pool business because of the financial climate.
Slot machines bring in millions less; taxpayers suffer It’s an awful time to run a casino.
The manager of Beachside Bingo will not be charged for fatally shooting the would-be thief.
There has been a long silence from the FA about a betting controversy with a lot more leads to follow than the irregular gambling patterns in Asia that have sparked the current investigation into Derbys Championship win at Norwich on October 4.
After years of false starts, state officials in New York have given final approval to Delaware North to build and operate a casino at Aqueduct Racetrack making it the only legal casino in New York City.
Gambling revenue in Montana dropped by about 2% from last quarter. But… it’s a different story in other states. Last month casino revenue in New Jersey posted it’s biggest monthly decline in thiry years.
A technology entrepreneur who wants to acquire Pimlico Race Course and Laurel Park said today he believes slot machines are a “cancer” to thoroughbred horse racing, and he wouldn’t implement them if he acquires ownership.
A former suburban Pittsburgh police detective has been sentenced to six to 12 months in jail for assaulting a juvenile suspect and lying about the seizure of video poker machines.
A technology entrepreneur who wants to acquire Pimlico Race Course and Laurel Park said Wednesday he believes slots machines are a “cancer” to thoroughbred horse racing, and he wouldn’t implement them, if he acquires ownership.