2010 March 15 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A San Diego man who led a card-cheating ring that bilked dozens of casinos out of $7 million was sentenced Monday to nearly six years in federal prison.
Faced with a drop in gambling revenue, states are adding games, considering new casinos and increasing lottery options…
The leader of a card-cheating scheme that bilked dozens of casinos out of $7 million has been sentenced to nearly six years in federal prison in San Diego.
By Andy Powell Times Staff Writer The Alabama Supreme Court on Monday vacated an October 2008 ruling by Etowah County Circuit Judge Clark Hall on electronic bingo that will impact the current bingo case, according to Etowah County District Attorney Jimmie Harp.
By Andy Powell Times Staff Writer The commander of Gov. Bob Rileys Task Force on Illegal Gambling is seeking to intervene in the electronic bingo case her
Machines that allow gambling on horse races that already havebeen run are the last hope for saving the state horse racingindustry, according to supporters of a bill that would allow themachines at Nebraska’s horse tracks.
It’s the kind of thing that could drive college basketball fans nuts — at least at the National Institutes of Health. Washington Post sports blogger Dan Steinberg reports about the adventures of one agency employee interested in the March Madness basketball tournament and a related Post contest:
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Faced with a drop in gambling revenue, states are adding games, considering new casinos and increasing lottery options anything to keep their cut of the profits rolling in.
TOPICS CBS Props to CBS for this “60 Minutes” interview with “Liars Poker” author Michael Lewis about the Wall Street crash.