2011 August 09 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
KESTER Solomon has taken perhaps the biggest gamble of his life. After leaving behind the searing neon lights of Las Vegas and the pressure-cooker business of professional poker, he has ensconced himself in the old-world charm of chandeliers, Queen Anne replica furniture and tapestry rugs as proprietor of Liberte at the London Hotel Wine Bar and …
Any farmer will tell you this has been an exceedingly dry summer, so they were probably happy to see rain in the forecast for the weekend.Since I had Is it October yet? I know we’re barely into August, but I had fall hunting on my mind today.
It’s been a while since we recapped episodes from Poker After Dark . Four months to be exact.
SOURCE FairPlayUSA WASHINGTON , Aug. 9, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — FairPlayUSA, a growing national coalition in support of strict regulation of online poker, today named professional poker player and former champion, Mike Sexton , to its advisory board.
The international online gambling company Tipp24 has once again delivered a sterling set of half-yearly results, posting a rise in revenues of over 70 percent […]Read the rest »
Lottomatica Group S.p.A subsidiary GTech Latin America Corporation has signed an 18-month contract extension with the National Lotteries Control Board of Trinidad and Tobago (NLCB) […]Read the rest »
Ezekiel Rubalcada made his first court appearance Tuesday on charges of stealing $482,883 from a prominent sports betting operation, but his arraignment was continued until he hires a lawyer. Outside the courtroom, Rubalcada commented for the first tim
After four intense poker action days, the Estrellas San Sebastian finished with PokerStars qualifier Fabian Deimann as the winner of the event.
Pat Quinn was lobbied Friday by a man who once walked in his shoes. Former Gov. Jim Edgar, an avowed horseman, was among a group of horse racing officials urging Quinn to sign a massive expansion of gambling.