2011 September 23 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Day 2 of the 2011 World Poker Tour Malta took place on Thursday with 154 players returning to action.
Senator Marc Pacheco, who sponsored the bill, believes the slots behind security checkpoints could generate as much as $14 million.
Nevada members of Congress say they’re shedding campaign contributions they received from an online poker site that’s accused of bilking customers.
The state Senate’s wagering and tourism committee meets Monday to hear testimony about the importance of authorizing sports wagering in New Jersey.
It’s Friday. Here’s our roundup of events to help you round out your week. The UK-import Rebel Bingo Club hits East Hollywood tonight; Bright Eyes take to Hollywood Forever; NewFilmmakers LA holds its monthly screening; and there’s an evening of music from the American songbook at The Gardenia. Read on for all the details. [ more › ]
Betfair made the fundamental media liaison error of first trying to ban the press from their annual meeting and then after a journalist bought five […]Read the rest »
The “William Hill Ayr Gold Cup” flat horse race run in Scotland in September each year is tipped as the richest sprint handicap in Europe. […]Read the rest »
The Australian land casino group Crown Limited’s plans to extend its brand to online gambling operations in England have run into difficulties following an objection […]Read the rest »
Casino operator Caesars Entertainment Corp. is entering the Asian market for the first time with a 3-billion yuan ($473-million) project in China — but it is not a casino