2010 December 08 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s effort to make online poker legal again could become a late add-on to a bill extending the Bush tax cuts, a possibility that a top GOP lawmaker Wednesday soundly denounced.
Casino executives in northern Nevada fear legalization of Internet poker will lead to more gambling online and steal away their customers.
PARIS — The weekly bingo game at Foster Carroll American Legion Post 72 will come to an end Tuesday, Dec. 14. The hall has hosted bingo for 47 years beginning in 1963.
While many on the left have been taken aback by President Obama’s giving in to the GOP’s refusal to compromise on the party’s “holy grail” — extending the Bush tax cuts for the wealthy — there is one group of people who saw it coming: the president’s poker buddies back in Chicago.
Unsuccessful applicant loses contract appeal A state appeals board has cleared the way for the stalled Baltimore slots license to be re-bid, denying an appeal by an unsuccessful applicant for the project, which argued that a state commission acted improperly in rejecting its proposal.
The Russian Poker Series has finished its first season with Russia’s Dmitry Gromov winning $201,362 for first place in Kiev.
Whether you celebrate Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza or any other holiday, we can all agree that one of the best parts of the season is gift-giving. Honestly, who doesn’t love seeing their friends or loved ones light up after tearing open wrapping paper to find they’ve received what they’ve always wanted.
The World Poker Tour Five Diamond World Poker Classic resumed Tuesday for Day Five as the remaining 15 players played down to the televised final table of six.
With the start of the second season of the PokerStars.net North American Poker Tour just around the corner, PokerNews is here once again to talk about the success of the first season.