2009 February 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Crime, poverty and family break-ups will follow if Argo and Ashville allow electronic bingo operations, St. Clair county religious leaders said tonight. “This is a devastating matter and it needs to be fought with everything in you,” Joe Godfrey, executive…
Gambling opponents are gearing up for a battle in Saint Clair County.
Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc., Donald Trump’s casino group, is expected to file Tuesday morning for protection from its creditors under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code, said several people familiar with the matter.
Centrebet will manage fixed odds betting for the TABs in Canberra, Western Australia and Tasmania after a three-year deal was announced on Tuesday.
An iPhone-based card-counting system recently turned up in a California Indian casino. This new application is causing a lot of fuss, and Nevada gaming regulators have issued a general alert about it, warning Las Vegas casinos about its potential use in gameplay. Want to count cards at a US casino? The consensus seems to be that “skilled players” can count cards all they want; it’s not …
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have busted two suspected gambling operations in south Charlotte. Police say a home and a business were fronts for high stakes card games that brought in thousands of dollars a week.
About 250 people attended a gambling meeting in Saint Clair County.
LAS Vegas casino operators are on the lookout for blackjack cheaters using a card-counting iPhone application designed to help players win.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Police in Charlotte said they broke up two high-stakes gambling operations. Officers arrested 11 people at an east Charlotte business park on Crown Point Executive Drive, where they said they found three poker tables and $5,500 in cash on Friday night.