2011 July 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
If you can’t feel the excitement in the air as the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event gets closer to its November Nine, you’re either not following the coverage or you aren’t at the Rio.
Three months after a CTV News investigation showed three out of four major casinos weren’t checking IDs for minors, the B.C. Lottery Corporation is rolling out a solution: ID-scanning machines.
St Kilda’s Leigh Montagna is the latest AFL player to be dragged into the league’s betting scandal, with reports he has been questioned over a family betting account linked back to him.
DES PLAINES – Long lines crowded the upper walkway into the Rivers Casino on Monday more than 45 minutes before the first slot machine would spin.
Gambling company, Tabcorp, has paid $410 million to operate Victoria’s new wagering and gambling licence.
Last Modified: Monday, July 18, 2011 at 11:46 a.m. A Houma businessman is accused of failing to pay rental fees for video-poker machines housed in a Raceland truck-stop casino.
The last Cincinnati-area resident left standing in the 42nd Annual World Series of Poker made his exit from the tournament at about 1 a.m. Monday, according to this account by Pokernews.com. But the 66th-place finish by Jacob Bazeley will still be worth $108,412 for the Cold Spring man, according to cardplayer.com. More than 6,800 players entered …
Nemer Haddad of Farmington Hills took home $479,521 as the second place winner in this past weekend’s World Series of Poker, MLive.com reports.
WOODSTOCK — The city will get approximately $36,000 less from the province’s slot-machine program in 2012 thanks to a change in accounting procedures. The drop comes as the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp.[…]