2009 July 03 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
State revenues in Oklahoma from American Indian tribes operating casinos increased by nearly 30 percent in fiscal year 2009, to $105.6 million. The fiscal year 2008 total was $81.4 million. The figures are from the Oklahoma Office of State Finance.
PORTSMOUTH Portsmouth police said they seized computers and arrested five people on allegations they ran illegal gambling operations. The arrests were made Thursday evening, police said Friday.
Bring the family for a fun afternoon of bingo and ice cream starting at 2 p
When it comes to numbers, Shawn Young knows what he’s talking about. He’s a former oddsmaker of European soccer (among other sports) and has his masters in mathematics. Group B looks like the most settled group before the games are played. T…
Cardplayers, celebrities and amateurs with deep pockets are back in Las Vegas and hoping for a handsome score as the World Series of Poker main event begins.
BLACK HAWK - Higher stakes at Colorado casinos may be lucrative for higher education across the state. The new rules may lead to an extra $10 million in funding starting next fall.
BILOXI, MS (WLOX) - “Anemic” is one of the more colorful words gaming executives are using to describe business inside their casinos. So on this Fourth of July weekend, industry insiders are hoping the action at slot machines is as explosive as the fireworks displays outside their properties.
PORTSMOUTH, Va. - Only WAVY.com was there as Portsmouth police raided two businesses they say were running illegal gambling operations. Police tell WAVY.com they’ve been watching “T1″ on Airline Boulevard and “Sweepstakes” on Victory for the last three months.
TRENTON (AP) Gov. Jon S. Corzine has formally joined a lawsuit that seeks to overturn a federal ban on sports betting in New Jersey and 45 other states.