2012 April 18 Gambling News, Events and Happenings
GEORGE TOWN, April 19 (Bernama) — Police raided three premises at ashopping complex in Jalan Lim Chwee Leong, near here, for operating illegalInternet gambling activities, last night.Ops Dadu, which involved three officers and 20 personnel from the Timur LautPolice Headquarters and Penang Contingent Police Headquarters Anti-Vice, Gamingand Secret Societies Unit (D7), was led by Chief Inspector …
First day-cruise casino operator since Palm Beach Princess A new, daily casino cruise service from Port of Palm Beach is nearing reality after a two-year absence.
Press Release - Dr Cathy Casey Councillor Cathy Casey has formally asked the Auckland Council to oppose the “pokies-for-convention centre” deal by the Government “That Auckland Council advises the Government that it does not support any legislation which will allow Sky City to increase opportunities for gambling in return for a National Convention … (more)
GULFPORT — Representatives of Harbor Town Casino Resort go to the Mississippi Gaming Commission in Jackson today with plans to become Gulfport’s second casino.
Even as more than 200 employees of the Slots at Fort Erie Race Track, who will be laid off at the end of the month fret over the amount of their severance payments, some 4,500 workers at Casino Niagara and Fallsview Casino Resort have been told they’re going to be receiving a monetary reward for hard work next month.
The Danish Gambling Authority (DGA) released preliminary information on its first quarter gross gaming revenues for betting and online casino, this week. Data, based on […]Read the rest »
An advisory from RM Royal Media Ltd’s online rummy website Rummy Royal has announced that it will no longer operate in the Turkish market going […]Read the rest »
Edwin Silberstang, author of popular gambling books and novels, died Tuesday at his home in Henderson after a long battle with Parkinson's disease. He was 82. Silberstang wrote more than 50 books, including such gamblers' bibles as "Playboy's Book of Games,"
PHILADELPHIA — Pennsylvania set an all-time high for gross revenue from table games last month, figures bolstered by the opening of the state's 11th casino.