2010 June 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
In tonight’s Nightly Turbo we’re bringing you the day’s top poker news stories including PokerStars being granted a license in France, the latest ESPN Inside Deal with Dean Hamrick, Vanessa Rousso and Phil Laak, and more.
A bill aiming to make California the first state to legalize and regulate online poker has stalled in the Legislature.
Las Vegas has long been known for its nightlife options. To many people, it seems as if there is a bar or nightclub at every turn in every casino, and with all the different places to choose from, Vegas can confuse anyone who has poor decision-making skills.
An area church catapulted into the national spotlight for its “Poker Playing Priest” has announced plans for a new church are moving forward.
In my last article, we started talking about some poker terms that get thrown around the table often.
The Lottery Commission has postponed Thursday’s launch of a new online interactive game less than a week after an outcry from some lawmakers who said they knew nothing about the game.
A new study conducted amongst Australian university students found no overlap between excessive Internet use and problem gambling…. but both addictive behaviours are associated with psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, stress, social isolation and loneliness.
The findings have been published in Rapid Communication in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, a peer-reviewed journal published by Mary […]
With the repercussions of England’s stinging 4-1 World Cup defeat by Germany still reverberating around the internet, major online bookies in the UK have confirmed that they are honouring bets that Frank Lampard would score a goal in the match.
Millions of television viewers watched the slo-mo replay of a Lampard shot that clearly rolled over […]
In New Jersey, thirty five suspects pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of racketeering and operating a multi-billion dollar offshore gambling ring, reports Associated Press.
The son of a Philadelphia mob figure and two men believed to head the New York-based Lucchese crime family were among those cited in the indictments, which focused on a gambling […]