2011 September 25 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 26 — At least RM100 million a year from gambling profits will be channelled into vernacular and mission schools in “close consultation” with Barisan Nasional (BN) parties, Datuk Seri Najib Razak said today.
Past polling showed support for the nonbinding referendum to legalize sports betting in New Jersey… - 11:07 pm
CONSTRAINTS and time delays are to be introduced on the use of credit cards for online betting, under plans being drafted by Justice Minister Alan Shatter to protect vulnerable and young people.
Vancouver is hoping the Union of B.C. Municipalities can help them put pressure on cleaning up crime in casinos.Coming off the rejection of the planned Edgewater Casino expansion at B.C. Place, Vancouver councillors have drafted a resolution for this week’s UBCM annual convention aimed to “restore public confidence in the integrity of the gaming system.”Vancouver asked the UBCM to endorse …
Heading into the holidays begins with the world’s best poker players converging on Las Vegas for a round of high end poker tournaments and the ESPN TV poker spectacular, final conclusion of the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table.
The chips were stacked high for good causes Friday night in the banquet hall of Middletown’s Port Monmouth VFW Post 2179 as the Middletown Township Lions Club second annual Texas Hold-Em Poker Tournament laid its stakes to raise more than $2,000 for charity.
A new UMass Dartmouth poll out on Sunday shows that 56 percent of Massachusetts residents favor the latest casino measure, which allows for three casinos and a slot parlor.
While the Massachusetts Senate gets ready to vote on a gambling bill that would license three resort casinos and a slots parlor, a new survey finds more than half the state supports the measure.
The 2011 World Poker Tour Malta was completed on Saturday and another WPT champion was crowned.