2009 February 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A professional poker player was arraigned today on two counts of murder and two special circumstances clauses that could lead to the death penalty for the deaths of his parents at their country club home in …
Remember to reserve your place for The Andy Foundation Bingo Day at Cluett Hall in St. Paul’s on March 18th! Get together with some friends between 12-2 PM for an afternoon of bingo fun, pizza, soda and a great chance to win cool prizes, all for just a $15 donation! Additional cards will be $2.
The article on the distribution of the state’s gambling tax revenues by Brad Bumsted was most revealing (”40% jump in casino revenues expected,” Feb. 19 and PghTrib.com).
ATLANTIC CITY-A controversy has been brewing in South Jersey for the last few years, legalized sports betting. Illegal in all but 3 states, Atlantic County Executive Dennis Levinson has called on the state legislature to approve sports betting despite federal law prohibiting it.
WHITTIER - Bring the family for a fun night of bingo at 6:30 p.m. today at Posada Whittier
If you’re willing to gamble on your future, Pikes Peak Community College is ready to deal. The college is beginning a casino dealer program in partnership with Bronco Billy’s Casino and the Triple Crown Casinos in Cripple Creek to train prospective dealers in craps, roulette and blackjack.
Backers of casino gambling in Ohio may be hoping the fifth time’s a charm.
The owner of Burswood Entertainment Complex, Crown, has reported a first half loss due to writedowns but says revenue growth at its Australian owned casinos continues to be solid. Crowns net loss fo
A lawyer for the Laurel Racing Association went to court Thursday to argue why its dismissed Maryland slot machine license bid should be reconsidered, but an attorney for the state said the group simply…