2012 March 22 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
On Wednesday, Groupe Bernard Tapie Lawyer Behnam Dayanim told us there was no update regarding the company’s purchase of Full Tilt Poker.
SINGAPORE, March 23 — Singapore has licensed two Malaysian casino junket operators in a move that could help Genting Singapore attract more high rollers to its casino. Junket operators are common in Macau, where they account for a significant proportion of gamblers in VIP rooms in the glitzy enclave’s casinos. The operators typically organise …
The European Poker Tour stop in Madrid was a disappointment for Sweden, with not a single Swedish player making the money in the tournament.
MINNETONKA, Minn., March 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Table Trac, Inc. (OTCQB: TBTC.PK - News), a developer and provider of casino information and management systems that automate and monitor the operations of casinos …
Florida lawmakers determined some results of redistricting with a random drawing — more specifically, with ping pong balls drawn from a Bingo cage. It was not only unusal, but one Bay Area lawmaker says the senators may have broken gambling laws.
LAS VEGAS - Nevada gambling regulators have approved a license that will let singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett share in the gambling revenues from his Margaritaville casino in Las Vegas.
HANOI : Laos is ending gambling in the former casino enclave of Boten on the Chinese border because of worries about crime, state media said Wednesday.
The Maryland Senate is expected to weigh a change Friday in the state’s costly practice of acquiring slot machines for privately owned casinos. The measure was drafted after The Washington Post reported last week that Maryland, one of only a few states where machines are not purchased by casinos, is facing tens of millions of dollars in unanticipated costs. Read full article >>
The Maryland Senate is expected to weigh a change Friday in the state’s practice of acquiring slot machines for privately owned casinos. The measure has been drafted in response to a Washington Post story last week that reported that Maryland, one of only a few states where machines are not purchased by casino owners, is facing tens of millions of dollars in unanticipated costs. Read full …