2009 October 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
On Saturday, October 17, Children’s Institute, Inc., held its “First Annual Celebrity Poker Tournament” at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles.
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Backers of a casino proposal on the November ballot are counting on Ohios abysmal economy to shift the winds in one of the nations most stubborn anti-gambling states.Everything about the campaign - the states fifth major gambling referendu…
No issue brings out America’s talent for self-deception like gambling.
Barbara DePierro, of Queens, N.Y., puffs on a cigarette Thursday as she plays a slot machine in the smoking section at Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort in Atlantic City.
Though nationwide gambling revenue was down for the 2009 fiscal year, Louisiana has endured one of the smallest decreases in the country, according to a study by the Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government. Louisianas overall gambling revenue…
GAMING giant Tabcorp Holdings Ltd says expect conditions will remain challenging as revenues grew slightly in the first quarter of the year.
So much for the rush to ink a Seminole compact. Two months after negotiators raced to meet a deadline for the $3 billion gambling deal between the state and tribe, progress has slowed to a crawl. Legislators must approve any deal before it is forwarded to the federal government. Yet, lawmakers rejected an October special session on the issue, and a November session appears unlikely. Some have …
Backers of a casino proposal on the November ballot are counting on Ohio’s abysmal economy to win over voters in one of the nation’s most stubborn anti-gambling states.
Backers of a casino proposal on the November ballot are counting on Ohio’s abysmal economy to shift the winds in one of the nation’s most stubborn anti-gambling states.