2010 March 06 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
About 700 bingo cards covered tables at one event Saturday night, and it was for more than just for fun.
WASHINGTON DC, United StatesUS casinos have run into a string of bad luck as the recession and other factors cut into gambling revenues, even as more states move to get a piece of the action.
By Dana Beyerle Times Montgomery Bureau Bingo may not be dead this in legislative session that ends late next month. After the defeat of a procedural vote needed to advance a bingo constitutional amendment in the state Senate last week, attention turns to vastly different partisan measures that may see the light of day before the session ends April 26.
Allen Iverson’s personal life continues to unravel amid reports that the former Philadelphia 76ers guard has been plagued by “excessive drinking” and gambling according to the Philadelphia Inquirer . Iverson’s season - and possibly his car…
Frankly I’m shocked this doesn’t happen more often. It’s well known that card rooms can get knocked off because they are operating under the law and there can be large sums of cash there, however to rob a major tournament that is on live TV is unprecedented.
The attempt to expand gambling in New Hampshire may be building strength in the Legislature, but it could run into a buzz saw elsewhere.
Proposal tells Crist, Seminoles to take or leave new offer The Florida Senate has come out with a new Seminole Indian gambling deal — and this time, the chamber puts Gov. Charlie Crist and the tribe in a box: Take it or leave it..
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. — Gov. Bob Riley suggested today that it has been the media, not his administration, that has put so much focus on the issue of electronic bingo casinos in Alabam
Local officials said House Speaker Robert DeLeo sidestepped how an Indian casino in Middleboro would fit into the gaming plan he laid out in his speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.