2011 November 19 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
With the Legislature set to consider allowing Vegas-style casinos, even as smaller operators seek a rash of new pari-mutuel permits, Florida finds itself at a gambling crossroads.
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More than two years after Gov. Pat Quinn signed the law, Illinois still doesn’t have all the regulations or a centralized computer system in place to launch the planned network of betting terminals at bars and restaurants, veterans and fraternal organizations, and truck stops.
The Moultrie Federated Guild’s conservation committee, under the leadership of Judy Stringfellow, has come up with a way to help the local Humane Society. They have created a bingo game for the public to get involved with.
The PokerStars.com European Poker Tour Loutraki Main Event has reached its final stage.
Lawmakers from opposite ends of the political spectrum testified Friday in favor of federal legislation to authorize online gambling in the United States.
An international resort company wants to build a huge casino on the shore of Biscayne Bay, where this newspaper now stands.
New Jersey, home to Atlantic City, ranks 11th in gambling tax revenues, thanks to a low tax rate. A look at the taxes states charge casinos.
Allen Kessler , Darryll Fish , Dwyte Pilgrim , Jason Mercier , John Racener , Jonathan Little , Shaun Deeb , Victor Ramdin , Tony Dunst , Will Failla , WPT The World Poker Tour kicked off its latest event on Friday at the Poker Room at Orange Park Kennel Club in Jacksonville, Florida.