2011 November 06 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
A new poll reflects the majority of people in Minnesota approve of gambling money being used to help fund a new Vikings stadium.
An Omaha woman is trying to rebuild her life after receiving treatment for gambling addiction.
THE Cork bingo hall raided by gardaí last Tuesday has been forced to close yet again due to the threat of another raid — and may not reopen before November 21.
In addition to wearing the PokerTracker logo at the 2011 World Series of Poker Main Event Final Table starting November 6, 2011, Lamb will provide consulting services for the soon to be released PokerTracker 4 to assure that the online poker software tool meets the standards required by poker players.
Saipan voters do not seem interested in participating in any casino survey following the very low turnout in yesterday’s referendum conducted by students of the Northern Marianas College.
WASHINGTON — A 34-year-old New Jersey man beat odds of more than 32,000-to-1 last month when he correctly picked the winners of 15 National Football League games against the point spread on a $5 wager. He collected $100,000. He couldn’t place such a bet legally in New Jersey, but he …
Day 1a and 1b of the World Series of Poker Circuit Biloxi Main Event kicked off on Saturday.
The final table of the WSOP Main Event will be broadcast today on a slight delay, continuing its coverage from July of full detail of the tournament.
INDIAN TOWNSHIP, Maine - One voice has been largely silent as Maine residents prepare to vote whether to allow three more casinos in Maine.