2009 October 21 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
W.G. Tomko, whose owner pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion in 2004, helped build The Meadows Racetrack & Casino and Rivers Casino. The board banned Tomko from working on casinos after the Tribune-Review reported his felony conviction.
Pennsylvania’s make-believe mind-set that allows legal “amusement-only” slot and video poker machines in barrooms is getting a valuable reality check from those sworn to target owners who illegally pay winnings to players.
Coast casino revenue last month squeaked by September 2008, when the casinos were closed several days during Hurricane Gustav.
You are wrong about your thinking in the slot machine area about how to judge a hot or cold machine. There are such things as those of us who play the machines know without a doubt concerning these machines.
Casino proponents apparently were not involved in fraudulently applying for absentee ballots for the Nov.3 election, Hamilton County authorities said today in announcing the indictment of a fieldworker accused of carrying out the scam.
CHISHOLM A Chisholm man has been charged with two counts of lawful gambling fraud and is expected to make his first court appearance next week. Join our Premium Online Membership to view the rest of the story.
Shortly after collecting $553,000 in winnings at a Garden City hotel during a meeting with a Gambino family associate being monitored by authorities, the gambler was pulled over by Nassau police for talking on his cell phone and running a red light.
An illegal sports gambling operation took in more than $567 million over 28 months, the authorities say.
Rapidly growing practice among athletes across all sports that is causing anxiety among sports administrators.