2011 June 20 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Health advocates are warning gamblers that they may be risking their health along with their money when they play at local casinos. A study released Monday by two area health organizations found unhealthy levels of air pollution on the smoky gaming floors of five area casinos.
D.C. Lottery officials are gearing up for unprecedented gambling over the Internet through “demonstration games” that will allow players to get their feet wet before wagering real dollars. The lottery will roll out six games - including blackjack, Texas hold ‘em and bingo - to kick-start the District’s plans to …
A study released Monday by two area health organizations found unhealthy levels of air pollution on the smoky gaming floors of five Kansas City-area casinos.
Poker is becoming so popular the pros who play it are now celebrities. You can watch it on TV and play it on line, but before today, you had to leave town to play it live at a casino.
Joey Rodriguez, the VCU guard from Orlando that led his team to the Final Four this April, plans on relaxing on one of his best friend’s couches Thursday during the NBA draft.
A Wetumpka lawmaker’s testimony in the bingo corruption case Monday alleged that casino owner Milton McGregor tried to buy his vote to back legalizing electronic bingo.
Pennsylvania casinos experienced their third consecutive month of earning more than $50 million in table games revenue, and Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem contributed significantly to that amount by bringing in $7.15 million.
Day 20 of the 2011 World Series of Poker saw three bracelets awarded in the $2,500 10-Game Mix event, the $1,000 Seniors Championship, and the $3,000 Pot-Limit Omaha event.
SINGAPORE — A full-scale inspection will be conducted into Singapore’s two casino-resorts by the Casino Regulation Authority, Channel News Asia reported.