2012 March 30 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
Segile Allen Cunningham, 51, who has been bouncing around from one county to the next answering to multiple charges filed against him, was in Nacogdoches County 420th District Judge Ed Klein’s courtroom Thursday pleading guilty to local charges.
1 April 2012 (London, UK) — Staff at Slotland.com, one of the oldest and most popular online video slots sites, are still shaking their heads over a recent jackpot winner’s plans for her six-figure win. Suzanne S., known as LOONIE on the site, told them in an email that she invested her prize money in real estate on the moon. /> />The slots player, who hit a $147,312 jackpot playing Slotland’s popular Lucky Stars slot machine game, purchased a 500 acre parcel of land through the Lunar
–Punters Hit Back on Third day of Cheltenham Festival
–Gamesys: Jackpotjoy Crowns Another Winner on Diamond Bonanza
–Baha Mar Welcomes Prince Harry During Royal Visit to NASSAU
To be 23 years old and making a fortune as a poker player sounds like the life, doesn’t it? Brian Hastings isn’t so sure.
A turf battle over Maryland’s gambling market intensified Friday as companies with opposing views of a proposed Prince George’s County casino traded accusations about the other side’s interests and motives. Read full article >>
What will be the region’s newest casino for all of 54 hours has received the green light from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board to get the party started.
Whoever came up with the idea of the "Fitz Hot Slots" sheet deserves a raise. The sheet, distributed at a Mississippi casino I recently visited, is an ingenious casino come-on.
Finance Secretary Tom Cook and members of the governor’s staff revealed a plan Tuesday to increase gambling options in Delaware and reduce the casinos’ annual licensing fees.
The long odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot lottery is just a start into understanding why gambling is the wrong way to live up to one's abilities to get ahead in life.
American Wagering's iPad application that lets state residents and visitors to Las Vegas place sports wagers from their tablet computer has been approved by Nevada gaming regulators and Apple Inc., a company executive said Wednesday.