2011 May 16 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
BEAVERCREEK, Ohio - As he tries to goad Ohio’s casino operators into laying more cash on the table, Gov. John Kasich said he would not seek to raise their taxes.
New gambling panel sparks dissent in Senat
SOURCE Cellit How to use mobile marketing to attract customers, increase their spend onsite and get them to return CHICAGO , May 16, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Cellit, a leading provider of mobile customer relationship management systems for restaurants, casinos, retailers and other companies today announced the findings of a comprehensive review of …
Record flooding has shuttered gaming barges
BORED cabbies have turned an area behind the taxi pool at Shanghai Pudong International Airport into an unhygienic gambling den, claim passersby. Witnesses say cabbies gather at night to play poker or watch others playing.
CHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM–(Marketwire - May 16, 2011) - City Bingo has confirmed that the Bingo Avenue Tournament will play for the foreseeable future of a weekend at the urban free bingo site. The news is likely to be music to the ears of loyal City Bingo players that have been enjoying the benefits of this unique online bingo promotion.
This weekend sees the last chance for online poker players to qualify for the Unibet Open Online at Unibet.com . The second 300 + 20 buy in Unibet Open Online of 2011 takes place on Sunday May 15, 2011 at 19:00 CET.
The Sahara made its name over six decades in Sin City as a playground and stage for some of the biggest names in showbiz — including the Rat Pack, Don Rickles, Johnny Carson, and Sonny & Cher. Elvis Presley played slots here as he filmed “Viva Las Vegas,” and the Beatles stayed while in town to perform a concert.
A sports betting legend who once owned the health club inside the Sahara is taking a trip down memory lane. A lot of people know the name Lem Banker, considered the dean of sports bettors. He’s made millions of dollars working numbers for 50 years in Las Vegas.