2012 March 26 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Station Casinos LLC of Las Vegas has scored a big win in its lawsuit against the City of Henderson over plans for the closed Roadhouse Casino to reopen as a nonrestricted casino.
CONCORD – Legislative leaders from each party boldly predicted the House of Representatives will vote this week for the first time to legalize casino gambling to deeply cut business taxes and rescue nonprofit charitable gaming profits. At the same time, the head of the state’s anti-gambling lobby expressed similar optimism about convincing the House to continue its decades-old tradition against …
The PokerStars European Poker Tour has moved on to Campione, Italy, a tiny town actually in Switzerland on the edge of Lake Lugano.
A payment processor who seemed poised to challenge the federal government’s online poker crackdown changed course on Monday, pleading guilty to conspiring to commit bank fraud and operating an illegal gambling business.
Plea bargain negotiations between criminals and prosecutors will now come under constitutional scrutiny because a divided Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that convictions can be overturned if defense lawyers don’t adequately assist clients in deciding whether to accept such offers.
Augusta, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - Maine lawmakers are considering a bill that would set rules and fees for bidding on any new casinos in the state.
Once a USC chemistry undergrad, Matt Plecki took a leave of absence after completing the first semester of his 2010-11 year to devote himself to playing online poker.
On Sunday, Season X of the World Poker Tour continued on Fox Sports Network with the exciting conclusion of the Grand Prix de Paris from the Aviation Club de France in Paris.
As Times Change, She Returns to the Basics of Dining