2009 March 07 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
If I were a betting man, I would have bet every last Brooks Robinson baseball card I own that if the Allegany Campers boys basketball team would be going to the state tournament this week it would not be to the one in College Park, but to the one in Catonsville for the purpose of showing its support for the Allegany Camper girls basketball team.
KUSA - Former Denver Bronco and current broadcaster Reggie Rivers who played poker player in a high-stakes illegal gambling club in Denver says he knows gambling for money is legal in mountain towns but didn’t know it was against the law in Denver.
Since the 1990s, the Henry Clay Booster Council has raised tens of thousands of dollars for groups such as swim team, Junior ROTC, cheerleading and softball. Most of that money was raised through bingo long the preferred fund-raising activity for athletic and school booster groups throughout Fayette County. But a $30,000 fine from the Internal Revenue Service led directors of the Henry …
Three Anderson County residents are facing criminal charges of managing gambling operations at three Anderson locations.
Can a casino at Underground Atlanta create a powerful economic engine for Atlanta?
The World Poker Tour continues to live up to its name by adding yet another stop at an exotic local, this time Marrakech, Morocco.
A 2003 Supreme Court ruling on Camp John Hay has weakened the 19 conditions set by the Baguio government as prerequisites for its development, including a prohibition against a casino inside the tourism complex, Mayor Reinaldo Bautista Jr. said on Thursday.
Three men, at the center of a Warren gambling operation, have been sentenced. On Friday, Donald Fleck of Girard and Colin McCartnery were each sentenced to two years probation. They, along with James Kay of Girard, will also have to pay fines.
Naming a few winners at Cheltenham this week may be a shade easier than is n o r m a l a t t h e Festival. It certainly should be, with the ante-post betting for all four of the meetings flagship events dominated by favourites whose odds would look short in a dog race at Rom-ford.