2010 June 17 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Lithuanian pro Dominykas Karmazinas, who came third at the recent EPT Grand Final in Monte Carlo for a 700,000, is chip leader as the PokerStars Baltic Festival goes into Day 2, writes Mad Harper .
RALEIGH, N.C. The state Senate continued Thursday its decade-long offensive against video gambling machines in North Carolina by rolling out a bill designed to make clear a 2006 video poker ban includes an alternate form of the games spreading to hundreds of locations statewide.
Day 20 proved to be long, tiresome and full of action with three new champions being added to the World Series of Poker history books.
The Kittanning Public Library is hosting its first bicycle poker run beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday on the Armstrong Trail.
An Overland Park amateur came from behind to win more than a half million dollars Wednesday in a World Series of Poker event.Jeff Tebben, 39, won a gold bracelet and $503,389 by taking first place in the $1,000 No-limit Hold-em championship in Las Vegas.Tebben is a married father of two children who sells medical supplies in the Kansas City area, …
The state Senate has put on the fast track a bill to make it clear a 2006 video poker ban includes an alternate form of the games popping up across North Carolina.
QUESTION: We have a casino where I live that locals have nicknamed the Outhouse because it’s impossible to get a flush there.
This is a rush transcript from “On the Record,” June 15, 2010. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
The major Reading-based UK internet gambling group Unibet is to up its game in the management and content of company websites following an outsourcing deal with Atex Polopoly.
With 4.4 million online punters across Europe, optimum uptime and maintenance is critical to Unibet, and the Polopoly platform will manage the betting firm’s entire online business, including […]