2010 November 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Two trial court rulings have left a ban on electronic and computer-based sweepstakes machines in North Carolina largely intact, meaning games that have the look and feel of video poker and other casino games will have to be unplugged by Wednesday.
Monday, November 29, 2010 - 16:07 Categories: Poker The Swedish poker player picks up a 825,000 for winning the tournament.
Earl of Sandwich, inventor of “The Sandwich.” Rachel from Friends , inventor of “The Rachel.” There’s some debate over the origins of the modern sandwich, but the best known story is this: in the 1760’s, John Montagu, the Earl of Sandwich, didn’t want to leave the poker table, so he had somebody bring him some meat between two slices of toast.
Two trial court rulings have left a ban on video-based sweepstakes machines in North Carolina largely intact, meaning games that have the look and feel of video poker are supposed to be unplugged soon.
Can gambling make kids better in math? A high school in Virginia has started a poker club, hoping to incorporate the popularity of the game into math and logic-reasoning lessons.
The soon-to-open Gun Lake Casino has cut off applications for most of its 750 jobs, but its operators are still looking for a few experienced dealers and slot machine attendants.
Pokersignupcodes.net, an online poker information portal announced the donation for Wikipedia .
The number of poker machines in the Commonwealth has dramatically declined in the last six years, cutting into the money that funds the islands’ various scholarship programs.
A POKER tournament with a potential A 1,250 jackpot has been organised by a dad who hopes to raise the same sum for a charity that works with his disabled daughter.