Victoria Leading The Way Into Television Gambling Era

People in this day and age are becoming increasingly lazy. Anything that can be done form their homes is considered a bonus in a time when daily life has become hectic. In Victoria, the government has decided that it would be beneficial to allow people to gamble from their living rooms, or anywhere else in …

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Vegas Style Slots Making Way To Florida Seminole Casino Monday

The Seminole Indian Tribe of Florida is installing 1,000 new, Las Vegas style slot machines in its Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida and will be active on Monday the 28th of January. This is a curious development of the gambling situation in the State. On Tuesday, the 29th, a court is to hear arguments …

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Vegas Style Slots Make Debut at Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Florida

The Seminole Hard Rock Casino in Hollywood, Florida, has been a destination for gamblers since it was built. Today the casino received a boost with the addition of Vegas style slots. People lined up early to get the first glimpse of the new Vegas style slot machines that have been added at the Hard Rock. …

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Illinois Governor’s Former Finance Chairman Ordered Gambling Counseling

A former close friend of Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich plead not guilty to charges revolving around his alleged gambling problem. The man, Christopher Kelly, is a former employee of Blagojevich’s. Kelly was indicted on December 13th on charges of concealing over $1 million in income. Police say he used that money to pay off gambling …

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US Online Gambling Conspiracy Theory Continues

An intriguing email from an anonymous visitor was received by Casino Gambling Web. The email expressed how the entire online gambling situation over the past few years was all just a conspiracy played out brilliantly by the United States government. The goal, according to this email, is for the US to eventually take total control …

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US Makes Unsatisfactory Offer to EU Over Internet Gambling Issue

The United States has made an offer to settle the dispute regarding services in the online gambling issue with the European Union. The U.S. offer to the EU involves opening areas that include storage, warehouse services and technical testing to compensate for the gaming restrictions implemented with the passing of last year’s Unlawful Internet Gambling …

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