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California Casino Vote Clears Hurdle

News Brief: San Bernardino County Superior Court Judge John P. Vander Feer decided contents of a lawsuit aimed at blocking the initiative from vote were "premature" and threw the

Poker's Biggest Night

Men “The Master” Nguyen was the star of Cardplayer Magazine and Bodog’s inaugural “Biggest Night in Poker,” capturing the coveted Best Player honors for 2005.

California County Cool Towards Tribal Gaming

News Brief: The Fresno County Board of Supervisors sent a clear message on Tuesday that it wants a voice in shaping the growth of Indian gaming within the county.

Man Wins Record WPT Prize

World Poker Tour prize of $2.4 million was won by Allan Goehring at the Commerce Casino.

Hundreds Expected for San Jose Tournament

News Brief: A field of 500 poker players is expected next week to attend the 10th Annual Shooting Star Tournament at Bay 101 in San Jose, California.

Agua Caliente Casino Expansion Approved

News Brief: A plan for a multi-story hotel adjoining the Agua Caliente Casino hotel along Interstate 10 at Bob Hope Drive was approved for construction Tuesday.

Town Wins With Bingo

News Brief: Millions of dollars have washed over San Pablo’s City Hall since the Lytton Band of Pomo Indians launched the electronic bingo games and began drawing crowds to what was a sleepy card room.

California Bill Would Allow Charity Poker

News Brief: The California Assembly has upped the ante on charity poker by approving legislation that would allow a wide variety of nonprofits to hold fundraisers using gambling.

Poker TV Network Adds Southern California Poker Tour

Poker TV Network, Inc. reports the addition of the Southern California Poker Tour to their lineup of online programming. Launches Fantasy Contest recently unveiled the first round of its Card Player Fantasy Poker Contest.

Barwest Behind California Vote Lawsuit

Gambling interests behind various Detroit-based Barwest enterprises are the driving force behind a last ditch lawsuit against a casino vote in Barstow, California.

Barstow Development Halted

News Brief: Due to a confusing City Council directive, the city of Barstow temporarily stopped supporting one of the two major casino developments proposed for the community.

California Casino Dispute Put on Hold

News Brief: A dispute between Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Jamul Indian band over land-clearing for the tribe's controversial hotel-casino is on hold, tribal and state officials said Monday.

Legislation Would Legalize Charity Casino Nights

News Brief: California legislation allowing these charitable organizations to raise much-needed money with casino nights without fear of legal reprisal has passed the Assembly.

Cache Creek Casino Signs with HRLogix

HRLogix reports that they will provide recruiting solutions to Cache Creek Casino Resort.

Celebrities, Top Pros Ante Up for World Poker Tour Invitational

Hollywood’s elite and top poker pros will compete at The World Poker Tour Invitational at Commerce Casino this February.

California Tribe Sues Over Stalled Compact

News Brief: Frustrated by lawmakers' refusal to act on its new gambling agreement, an Imperial County Indian tribe has filed a federal lawsuit that could establish a legal path around the Legislature for other tribes in similar situations.

Ex-Casino Official Offer Plea Bargain

News Brief: A judge offered to sentence a Murrieta man to no more than four years in prison Wednesday if he pleaded guilty in connection with charges that he embezzled almost $500,000 from Pechanga Casino, where he worked as the financial controller.

California Tribal Casino Plans Not Rescinded

News Brief: California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's administration has no plans to rescind a gaming compact with the Buena Vista Band of Me-Wuk Indian tribe, which wants to open a casino in Amador County.

Thunder Valley Casino Legal Challenged Hearing Scheduled

News Brief: A legal challenge by seven former employees of Placer County's Thunder Valley Casino alleging sexual harassment and age and sex discrimination is scheduled for its next hearing Feb. 28.

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