2012 March 03 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
When it comes to the casino gambling movement in New Hampshire, there’s a new significant player in the game. The corporate name is New Hampshire Gaming and Entertainment LLC, but the key figure is Neil Bluhm, a billionaire developer whose credits include building the Rivers casinos in Des Plaines, Ill., and Pittsburgh. Bluhm also built Boston’s storied Copley Plaza in the 1960s. Bluhm, 74, is …
Bodog.com founder and CEO Calvin Ayre poses with models as he attends the launch of Bodog.com’s poker interface with a party at the Rainbow Room January 18, 2006 in New York City.
Andrew Keen is an Anglo-American entrepreneur, writer, broadcaster and public speaker.
A double-murder case involving a professional poker player from Brea convicted in the bludgeoning and stabbing death of his parents will be the subject of the weekly CBS documentary, 48 Hours Mystery.
Ten regions played for their Cash for Points boosters, including Wales, Scotland and the South West.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal , Hawaii State Senator Carol Fukunaga and Alabama Representative Greg Wren , on behalf of the National Conference of State Legislatures , have spoken out against the federal legalization of Internet poker, instead advocating regulation at the state level.
It’s been a long slog for Canada’s New Democratic Party MP Joe Comartin, but he is still making progress with his private members bill C-290, […]Read the rest »
Olympic organisers will meet land and online betting industry representatives this month to finalise measures to prevent illegal gambling at London 2012, reports the Reuters […]Read the rest »
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