|A compulsive gambler has lost his bid to force the bookmaker to repay his excessive
losses and was ordered to pay William Hill £175,000 in legal fees.
After 10 months of losing money to slot parlors in bordering states, the Atlantic City casino industry eked
out a small victory in February.
Gaming giant nixes $2-billion proposal for a six-hotel resort in the Bahamas
because it has taken too long to organize.
State lawmakers have turned their attention to professional sports-betting and
around-the-clock gambling at Twin River and Newport Grand as possible ways to plug
the state's massive budget deficit.
Automatic teller machines will be banned in all Victorian pokie venues under a
Brumby Government crackdown on problem gambling.
A 70-meter-long floating casino will anchor just off the Indian coast next month and is touted as the biggest gambling establishment in South Asia.
An application for a $777-million resort, hotel and casino in Edwardsville will go before the City Council after receiving the unanimous blessing of the city’s Planning Commission.
Canadian province expected to take in more than $1.5 billion for 2007-08, which would be $90 million more than what was forecast.