2011 May 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
In fairness, and just to be on the safe side, let’s give the first word to Mark Brandon Reid: “Yeah, it’s very good, it’s very funny, but he’s only impersonatin’ Eric Bana who’s impersonatin’ me. And that Heath Franklin, he’s clearly got ears in that comedy skit and his tatts are a bit different. And I don’t talk in a high-pitched voice, I don’t talk like that “
Three people are under arrest in connection with the murder of a Belleville grandmother.
Daniel Negreanu is not universally loved but as a high-stakes, visible professional poker player, he’s played in all the big rooms.
Here is a wrap up of this week’s news from the Metro department of The Plain Dealer:
If you’re reading this, then doomsday didn’t happen - at least for you. That means that you’re going to have to get caught up on all the poker news you missed last week.
One of the first things you need to determine is the range of hands your opponent might be playing.
Casino developer Ronnie Gilley used to turn heads when he strolled through the Alabama Statehouse with country music stars like George Jones and Randy Owen at his side. Now, Gilley’s Country Crossing casino is dark and he’s headed to prison after he testifies against several influential figures in the state’s short-lived casino boom.
According to at least one online poker source US players are sneaking on to poker room Absolute Poker.
Mayor Arlene Mulder and the village board may not win passing grades for Government 101 but score big in a political sense in avoiding a public vote on opening up Arlington Park as a slot machine casino with occasion horse racing. Let’s face it. Unfortunately, horse racing as a popular sport and one-time tax bonanza for cash strapped governments is dead, finished, over and only awaiting the …