2011 August 28 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
August has been an exciting month for women in poker, as the Women’s Sunday has seen some record fields and prize pools, and the Women’s WCOOP promotion has awarded nearly 1,000 Steps tickets for WCOOP satellites.
In Primm, Nev., on the California border, a chain of casinos has been aggressively courting Latino gamblers, a marketing move that has paid off.
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The 2011 PokerStars.net APPT Queenstown Main Event has finally come to its gripping conclusion, with Marcel Schreiner becoming the newest Asia Pacific Poker Tour champion.
The Associated Press The Associated Press ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Atlantic City’s casinos report little damage from Hurricane Irene, and the 11 gambling halls will reopen Monday at noon after being shuttered for the weekend. They’ll first have to go through a long checklist of approvals from New Jersey casino regulators, all designed to ensure the integrity of the games. Bob Griffin, president of …
Day 2 of the World Poker Tour Legends of Poker wrapped up on Saturday with 101 players remaining out of the 757 who entered the event.
Earl Ketry has big dreams for downtown Buffalo, but he fears an expanded casino getting in his way.
After sputtering out last year, the prospect of Massachusetts casinos is back, with a bill released by legislative leaders last week that would permit three resort-style casinos and one slot parlor in the state.
River Nile Online Casino has released another gobsmacking payout report for the month of July.