Listing of Online Casino News for April 2008

Casino Could Cause Gridlock
Added: April 29, 2008

Albany to Marin County could see a very nasty traffic problem is an Indian tribe gets the rights to build a casino ala Vegas in the unincorporated city of North Richmond.

Gambling Gameboys
Added: April 27, 2008

Gamblers who hate to be away from the action may not have to worry about walking away from the games any longer.  Currently the Venetian Casino and Resort in Las Vegas is testing out a new gambling device...

Florida And Colorado Enjoy Their Poker
Added: April 23, 2008

The gambling world is being shocked over the many lay-offs, promotional stoppage, and banning of game play that seems to be taking America by storm.

Casino Gambling Soon To Be Legalized In Jamaica
Added: April 21, 2008

The Caribbean is about to step into the gambling community as the government has finally given international investors approval to establish the first legal casinos on the island.

Indian Tribe Opens Casino
Added: April 19, 2008

The tribes name means ‘boiling water’ and they are excited to announce the launch of their new Agua Caliente Casino in California, an Endeavour that has been long in coming.  Situated next to the Rancho Mirage, the new resort is a 16 story, 340 guest room hotel and casino resort that cost $300 million to build over the last two years.

Another Poker Bust
Added: April 17, 2008

Could the world be looking at the end of the weekly poker game between friends at home or in a club when too much money is being thrown around?  It very well could be.

Another Gaming Payment Method Bites The Dust
Added: April 16, 2008

Americans are going to have even more headaches trying to play at online casinos and poker rooms thanks to one of the few remaining deposit methods closing up shop.

Casino In Natchez Closed Due To Flooding
Added: April 14, 2008

The state of Mississippi is once again feeling the effects of Mother Nature and the moodiness of the river.  And the casinos that line the Mississippi are still suffering three years after Hurricane Katrina.  In the latest round of Mother Nature versus businesses in the area, another casino on the river has had to shut down.

Microgaming Casino Provider to Release Two New Games
Added: April 11, 2008

Microgaming the reputable provider of online casino software solutions based off the Isle of Man, has been on a roll with creating and releasing new games to the many online casinos around the world.  This week they intend to release two more games, following up the popular ‘Break Da Bank Again’ video slots that came out last week.

Charity Poker To Aid Children
Added: April 9, 2008

The Montana Hope Project, a group who grants wishes to terminally ill children, will get a helping hand with their funding thanks to the Great Falls Exchange Club.  The club has organized and is sponsoring a Texas Hold’Em Casino Night on April 26 at the Machinery Row.

Atlantic City Stabbing Suspect Arrested
Added: April 7, 2008

Playing poker can be difficult enough and this time a game ended in murder.  Vincente Perez, 57, of Georgia, was taken into custody by Atlantic City police after he violently assaulted and killed another man he had been playing poker with after getting into a heated argument at the tables that was witnessed by patrons and staff.

CryptoLogic Online Casino Software to Surpass All
Added: April 5, 2008

In a gaming industry where there are only a handful of software developers, CryptoLogic has become one of the largest and most popular software providers of online casino and poker rooms.

Casino and Gambling Rules Prove Difficult to Craft
Added: April 3, 2008

The Federal Reserve and Treasury officials in the United States can’t get it together. Between struggling with the country’s financial crisis and the falling economy, they are at a loss as to what to do.

Casino Employees Continue Strike In West Virginia
Added: April 1, 2008

Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort in Chester, West Virginia are still without any resolution to the strike of two hundred of its workers that are part of the United Food and Commercial Workers union.

Processing of Payments at Online Casinos
Added: April 1, 2008

Processing payments for online casino sites has become increasingly difficult as a result of a law passed in the United States in October of 2006 known as the UIEGA (Unlawful Internet Gaming Enforcement Act).