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Jun, 4 2013
SARASOTA, FL – The party ended at midnight Friday for Sarasota County’s neighborhood mini casinos, but the goodbyes started much earlier. Jean Baker wanted to cry. The 83-year-old was at Jacks Are Wild on Clark Road in Sarasota by 9 a.m. It’s her morning routine: Coffee, doughnuts, gambling, socializing. Six[…]Read more...
Jun, 4 2013
SPRING HILL, FL — Six weeks ago, Terry Kasberg’s business was flying high. Customers were coming in by the droves to plunk down money and take their chances on Internet sweepstakes games. But that all ended April 13, the day Gov. Rick Scott signed House Bill 155, which labeled such establishments as[…]Read more...
Jun, 2 2013
RALEIGH, N.C. — While police in Durham recently raided several Internet sweepstakes parlors suspected of operating illegally, Raleigh’s parlors won’t get a visit from the law just yet. City Attorney Tom McCormick has told the Raleigh City Council that he’s waiting for guidance from Wake County District Attorney Colon Willoughby. Until then,[…]Read more...
May, 16 2013
ONTARIO, OHIO — Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Friday that agents with the Attorney General’s Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) executed a search warrant at a business suspected of operating as an illegal gambling establishment. Authorities executed the warrant at the Lucky Duck Cafe, 351 Lexington-Springmill Road North, in Ontario Mansfield in[…]Read more...
May, 15 2013
ClubWPT is one of the most popular subscription based poker clubs in Florida. Officials from ClubWPT recently announced that they will be leaving Florida after a new ban on Internet sweepstakes cafes was passed last Wednesday. The ban did not specifically address online poker, but it did classify any electronic device used for[…]Read more...