2009 July 31 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The winner of the Lebanese Poker Championship is one Nabil Matta, who took down the 2009 event after outlasting a field of 206 players to claim the top prize.
Gaming Group, Rank, yesterday launched a stinging attack on what its chief executive Ian Burke said was Government “prejudice” against its core voters’ love of bingo.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Christy Mihos wants the state to legalize wagers on professional and college sports, saying the industry could boost the sagging state Lottery and flush cities and towns with over $1 billion annually.
ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY One of the co-owners of Atlantic City’s top casino could be forced to sell its 50 percent stake as a result of concerns by New Jersey officials over alleged organized crime ties of its partner in a Chinese casino venture.
ATLANTIC CITY — One of the co-owners of Atlantic City’s top casino could be forced to sell its 50 percent stake as a result of concerns by New Jersey officials over alleged organized crime ties of its partner in a…
THE big news in local football this week was the allocation of two extra slots to Zimbabwe for next years Caf club competitions and this has brought a new dimension in the Premier Soccer League title race as teams now know there is great reward for a good finish.
A $1 billion proposal to build casinos in four Ohio cities leapt over a major legal hurdle Friday when the Ohio Supreme Court threw out a challenge to referendum signatures. (MNTG) (PENN)
COLUMBUS - The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled against a gaming company’s attempt to get signatures for a rival company’s casino ballot measure thrown out.
The Pearl River Board of Aldermen voted unanimously on an ordinance to ban all types of video gambling Tuesday, but it will be up to the voters next fall to make it permanent.