2011 August 06 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Casino City’s Vin Narayanan and Dan Igo discuss Alex Rodriguez’s underground poker accusations, the launch of the Epic Poker League, fantasy football dos and don’ts and make their best bets.
A 60-year-old man who worked as a poker dealer at the Sands Casino and Resort in Bethlehem has been charged with stealing chips, according to court records.
There is no accounting for a bubble day. Put the world’s credit rating specialists, a couple of nuclear physicists, and the world’s best poker tournament directors in a locked room, and they still couldn’t predict how an LAPT bubble would turn out.
LAS VEGAS - The Epic Poker League began Friday at the Palms, based on a format that’s never been used in poker before.
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The decision by online gambling software provider Rival Gaming to restrict new player action by US players has affiliate marketing management programs scampering to reassure […]Read the rest »
LONDON, August 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — The second week of July saw European banks recovering slightly after a sharp bearish movement over the last 4 months. RBS, Barclays, Lloyds and UniCredit all saw positive movement, with rises ranging from 5% to 10%. While some traders saw this as a sign the sector may finally be recovering, others saw a potential “dead cat bounce.” The Dead Cat Bounce The term “dead cat bounce” comes from the ide
–City Index Offers Â£150 Trading Credit* to New Traders
–Free Spread Betting Seminars Taking Place in July
–Why Traders Are Switching to Spread Betting to Handle the Greek Debt Crisis
Loading… The odds weren’t looking good, and on Friday the City Council showed their hand by folding on a bid to gamble on video poker.