2012 March 29 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
With a record $540 million Mega Millions jackpot in play, Illinois picked the right week to become the first state in the nation to sell lottery tickets online.
Unless it’s Rounders or Hitting the Nuts , players and critics usually condemn films about poker.
A Southern California man has been convicted in federal court of defrauding several local casinos out of $1 million in an elaborate casino credit scheme. De Rong Shang, 50, was convicted this week of one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and 17
Readers debate over the ethics of casinos and gambling in response to our cover story, "A Big Bet Gone Bad."
HAMPTON — Ocean Gaming's gamble failed to pay off Thursday, when an election recount it requested confirmed the town's voters have rejected Lucky 7 and bingo in town.
Supporters of a new Vikings stadium have run into a new obstacle: Backlash from charitable gambling operators whose taxes are the hoped-for source to cover about one-third of the nearly $1 billion project.
A Southern California man faces up to 360 years in prison and $4.5 million in fines following his conviction for defrauding Las Vegas casinos of $1 million by using recruits to obtain casino credit markers that were not paid back.
A game or job? Since the dawn of its days in underground clubs in New York and on MississippiA riverboats, poker has been a symbol of the pursuit of the American Dream and the journey andA risks it takes to achieve it.
GTECH G2, the premier full service provider to the iGaming and sports betting industry, today announced the launch of Poker 8.0. The new release includes the market’s first full-feature poker client for Mac, containing all game types and tournaments as well as cash tables.