2009 July 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Atlantic Lottery Corp. says the new gaming centre at Summerside Raceway will open within a month.
The signatures of dead voters are showing up on petitions aimed at putting a plan for four casinos on the November ballot in Ohio.
Carlton star Brendan Fevola has moved to quash rumours he has a gambling problem. Fevola, who appeared on The Footy Show on Thursday night, requested the topic be raised so he could “put it to bed”.
A new state-ordered study concludes that legalized gambling is a boon to the Connecticut economy, but the state has done a poor job of regulating the industry and more people are becoming addicted to gambling.
CARLTON spearhead Brendan Fevola has moved to quash rumours he has a gambling problem and denies he owes debt collectors $400,000.
“I don’t want to see it in Bessemer,” Ed May said. “I can see no good from it.”
They rose 5 percent last year, 46 percent over 4 years A bad economy, the growth of televised poker and expanded gambling in Florida all brought more calls to the state’s hotline for gamblers, according to a study released Thursday.
A northern Kentucky man has walked away from the World Series of Poker in Las Vegas a little bit richer.
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York state Senate has given final legislative approval to a measure supporting a more modest gambling resort at the former site of a renowned Borscht Belt hotel.