2009 May 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A former Delaware State Police trooper who pleaded guilty to robbing fellow players in a high-stakes poker game has been sentenced to six years in prison.
Wellington - Westpac Bank, which is chasing a couple who fled New Zealand to Hong Kong with millions of dollars after an overdraft error, is suing a company that owns a casino in Macau, as well sas several people connected to the case, a newspaper re…
HP today announced two new netbooks powered by the Intel Atom processors, the HP Mini 110 for the consumer market and the HP Mini 1101 for the business and enterprise market. Here is more info on these two new …
Q: Who were the winners in the Streator Lions Club Bovine Bingo that took place Sunday at the Memorial Day Civil War dedication? A: The big winner was Jacob Murphy of Streator. The cow, Coco, and her two calves
Florida’s gambling laws are debated after weekend raids.
The Etowah County Commission at its meeting next Tuesday is expected to approve standards governing the operation of electronic bingo machines in the county.
City leaders debate whether electronic bingo is a good bet for the Magic City.
LANSING The Michigan House voted today to ban smoking in workplaces including bars and restaurants, but allow it on gambling floors at Detroit’s three casinos, cigar bars and specialty smoke shops.
Hugh Pickens writes “Representative Barney Frank of Massachusetts has introduced legislation that would roll back a ban on Internet gambling enacted when Republicans led Congress. The legislation would allow the Treasury Department to license and regulate online gambling companies that serve American customers. Frank’s bill has roughly two dozen co-sponsors and the backing of the The Poker …