2012 February 01 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Phoenix, AZ, February 01, 2012 –( a rel=”nofollow” href=”http://www.pr.com/”>PR.com a>)– Rocket Gaming Systems® is pleased to announce that its popular Gold Series® line of Class II games has awarded its first million dollar prize of 2012. /> />On Friday, January 27th, a lucky player was awarded a Gold Series top progressive prize of $1,033,554 while playing Rocket’s Kingdom Cash® video game. The win occurred at the Mazatzal Hotel and Casino in Payson, Arizona.
–Gold Series Awards Another $1+Million
–Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Releases August 2009 Index
–Association of Gaming Equipment Manufacturers (AGEM) Announces Three New Members Join Organization
TALLAHASSEE – A controversial plan to massively expand gambling in South Florida appears headed for more trouble as the House and Senate move in opposite directions.
HARTFORD — Senate Minority Leader John McKinney disagrees with the governor over the inevitability of online gambling in Connecticut.
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Okay, let’s start with the obvious: I’m not a card shark. Put me at the table, and you have a poker plebe you’re going to clean out, and fast! But when I was approached several years ago to help out with the annual Firehouse Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tourney , I was “all in!” . All in, because it benefits The Fox 4 Love Fund for Children.
An anti-casino group released a study linking the arrival of casinos to increased crime. And that, they say, would lead to costing the state $3 billion to incarcerate more prisoners.
The bitter battle over expanding gambling in the state is now taking root in Southwest Florida.
Three prominent Miami civic activists released a research study Wednesday alleging that crime associated with two mega-casinos here would cause the Miami-Dade crime rate to increase by 8 to 12 percent. “Casinos and Florida: Crime and Prison Costs” was commissioned by No Casinos, Inc., a statewide anti-casino group. It was prepared by two Tallahassee-based legislative researchers, Richard …
But Casino Control Commission executive director Matt Schuler said the city's Horseshoe Casino is no longer a sure bet to be the first of Ohio's four casinos to swing open its doors.