2010 February 28 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
March means March Madness will start soon along with National Problem Gambling Awareness Week.
The Seminole Tribe of Florida will be at the center of the debate when lawmakers return to the issue of gambling this year. Though little has changed for the tribe in the past year — it still runs blackjack and other casino games without a valid state gambling agreement — its influence is being felt in all corners of the state.
FLINT, Michigan Another initiative to land casinos in Flint and six other spots throughout the state has sprung new hope into an idea that never quite got off the ground.
Finland snagged three of the four 2009 PokerStars Nordic Poker Awards, with two going to one player.
The clash between fans of Thai Port FC and Muang Thong United on Feb 20 was not just caused by spirited fans venting their anger during a tense football match, a senior policeman says - it was also touched off by gambling.
The Ministry of Public Security has vowed to step up its crackdown on online gambling. Initial statistics show more than 2,000 foreign and domestic gambling Websites target Chinese gamblers, said Gu Jian, deputy director of the ministry’s cyber security bureau.
Alabama Senator Ben Brooks visited the Fox Ten News Studios Sunday to talk about recent criticism of his anti-gambling stand and his opposition to a proposed constitutional amendment that would allow voters to decide the issue.
Bingo patrons everywhere are taking notice of a popular smoking alternative. Not only a smarter choice in smoking but the device is winning a major battle for them too
Something is brewing in U.S.-Canada relations. And it’s on Olympic ice. President Barack Obama is betting a case of beer with the Canadian prime minister on the outcome of Sunday’s U.S.-Canada gold medal game.