2011 October 13 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Gov. Deval Patrick could find an expanded gambling bill on his desk by Thanksgiving, a senior senator predicted…
An “explosion” in the growth of sports gambling is fueling a rise in match fixing, according to the head of security for FIFA, soccer’s governing body.
Due to the shut down of all on-line poker sites in the US, some players have started to frequent the poker rooms in town, some have moved out of the country to continue their full-time positions as Poker Players.
10 October 2011 (London, UK) — Badbeat.com anticipates a flood of new registrations in its free online poker training program, MyGame, now that its television commercial has started airing on Sky TV Channel 166 in the UK and in 28 other European markets. /> />The advertisement features Badbeat.com’s MyGame poker training system. Based on the training and mentoring Badbeat.com has given its sponsored players since 2005, MyGame is now available free online. /> />The MyGame system is
–Canadian-poker: Online Poker Bot? 888 Poker and PokerStars can Tell
–Free Online Poker Training System Launches MyGame iPhone App
–Badbeat.com Sponsored Player, Paul Gunn, Takes Second in €100K GTD
12 October 2011 (London, UK) WinADayCasino.com has added another new game to its collection of one-of-a-kind online casino games. Chinatown is an exotic tribute to the bustling Chinese communities that have developed in major cities around the world with noodles, lotus blossoms and Ming vases spinning on its five reels. Chinatown is a 21 pay line video slot with an expanding Wild symbol and chances to win up to 15 free spins. Players can bet from $0.02 to $4.00 per pay line and win up to 10
–The Las Vegas Classic Slot Game Super Jackpot Party(TM) is Finally Online!
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–Online Gaming Site, Sky Bingo, Unveils Two Brand New Bingo Games
The Florida Chamber of Commerce won’t be backing an expansion of casino gambling in South Florida.
Here’s how members of the Massachusetts Senate voted Thursday on a bill to license three casinos and one slot machine parlor in the state. The Senate voted 24-14 in favor of the bill. The House last month voted 123-32 to back their version of a similar legislation.
After six days and more than 16 hours of public debate, the Senate voted, 24-14, Thursday to approve expanded gambling legislation that authorizes three resort casinos in separate geographic locations of the state and one open-bid slot machine facility.
What goes up, must come down. It’s the gospel according to Blood, Sweat and Tears.