2009 April 04 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Police seized dozens of suspected video-gambling machines in overnight raids at several Hampton strip malls. Police say they had been staking out three businesses since early March and conducted the seizures at Get Lucky Internet Time, Hampton Roads Billiards and Supplies, and Movie Play Home Gaming Supplies. A police spokeswoman says patrons of the businesses could face misdemeanor charges, but …
The Comal County Sheriffs Office raided three businesses and arrested five people on charges of illegal gambling.
April 4 (Bloomberg) — MGM Mirage has hired Morgan Stanley to evaluate offers for regional casinos in Michigan and Mississippi, according to a person close to the gaming company.
AbsolutePoker today announced that the online poker site’s loyalty program, FAME, has been given a mini-makeover that’s guaranteed to deliver more attractive benefits directly to their players, which means more bang for every dollar that they put on the tables.
FORT EDWARD — Washington County will receive $60,000 in state funding to curtail problem gambling.
LAS VEGAS, April 4 (UPI) — Casino owner MGM Mirage is courting buyers for its facilities in Detroit and Biloxi, Miss., to meet looming debt obligations, sources say.
Hampton Police raided three strip-mall businesses late Friday and early Saturday and seized dozens of video-gambling machines.
Up until a few months ago, the minimum blackjack table at the Seneca Niagara Casino in Niagara Falls had been $10.
The North Carolina Tar Heels and Connecticut Huskies are the two favorites heading into today’s Final Four games, with Carolina the overall favorite to come away with the title…