2010 October 21 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Attorney General Mike Cox today announced charges against businessman Craig Hayes Hatch, owner of 10 Flint-area bars, for operating illegal casinos.
A lawyer for South Carolina told the state supreme court this week that an old 1802 state gaming law doesn’t bar Friday night poker games and penny ante games of bridge.
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A great deal of thought and marketing strategy is devoted to the slot machine floor plan of any casino, but Ameristar in East Chicago, Ind., has taken it to the next level. The casino is making its vast inventory of slots a form of shopping experience for gamblers by utilizing
I was just thinking today how fortunate I was to discover poker and have it become my career.
Hundreds of people flocked to Hollywood Casino Perryville on Thursday to celebrate the official opening of Maryland’s first slot machine venue in more than 40 years, despite the worst rainstorm of 2010.
City coffers got a boost this week with the latest slot revenue installments from Ontario. The City of Sarnia received $394,691 from the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.[…]
New York’s inspector general said Thursday that top state legislative leaders and the governor’s office angled for campaign contributions and political advantage when they awarded a lucrative video slot machine contract for Aqueduct racetrack to a consortium that was later disqualified. The report was referred to U.S.