2012 March 20 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
The Aussie tradition of taking a punt is reaching new heights with online gambling increasing rapidly.
THE Aussie tradition of taking a punt is reaching new heights with online gambling leading to an explosion in sports betting.
The operator of a bingo hall in Cork has sued the Garda and the State for damages, including aggravated and exemplary damages, arising from a number of allegedly “vindictive” Garda raids on the premises.
Will mega-casino project bring profit or problems?
WHETHER you’re a keen card shark or have only ever played a few hands of poker with your mates, you could win big at the Bombala RSL Club this weekend.
Charitable organizations in Ohio, facing a future in competition with casinos and racetracks, would be allowed to pay dealers and operate card rooms more like for-profit gambling houses in other states under a new law passed last month by the Ohio House of Representatives.
Casinos are not a tax on stupid people or corrupt enterprises that prey on the poor, Bill Rutsey says.
Two men accused of running one of the largest sports-betting operations in Colorado entered guilty pleas today.
A bill that would further restrict video gambling in South Carolina advanced Tuesday, receiving approval from the Senate Judiciary Committee.