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|New Year’s Eve Bingo in July
MILWAUKEE: Time to find your noisemakers and get out your hats and horns! It’s time
for Our Lady Queen of Peace’s Annual New Year’s Eve in July Bingo Bash.
The Parish, located at 2733 W. Euclid Ave., will celebrate “New Year’s Eve in July” on
Saturday July 30th, 2016. 5 sessions of bingo, for $1,000 in prizes each, will be offered
beginning at 5:30 PM. There will also be $1,000 in raffle prizes, plus Door Prizes, plus a
FREE BBQ Sandwich, Pickle, Chips and coffee for all players. Doors are set open for this
event at 3:00 PM. For additional information, just call Ann @ 414/378-1702.
LAS VEGAS: 1/2 MILLION POWER BINGO! Make plans today to attend Boyd Gaming’s
next $500,000 Power Bingo on Monday, September 12th and Tuesday, September 13th.
Choose your favorite bingo hall in which to play this half million-dollar game, reserve your
seat at the Gold Coast, Suncoast or Sam’s Town bingo halls. See the ad for complete
details and they have special room offers for you. You can also go to BoydGaming.
com/PowerBingo for more information. Make your reservation today!
LAS VEGAS: $150,000 SUPER BINGO! Play for the big money in Downtown Las
Vegas! Plaza Hotel and Casino’s $150,000 Super Bingo event is the perfect way to do it.
The next Super Bingo is August 7-9, 2016. They also have two more events in 2016
taking place October 2-4 and December 11-13. See their ad for early purchasing
discounts. Book your seat now by calling (866) 768-7032. See their ad in this paper for
more information and be sure that you visit PlazaHotelCasino.com for more information.
ONLINE: As expected, the entry of PokerStars has had an immediate positive impact on
online poker in New Jersey. Poker revenue in March was $2.5 million, up 23.4% over
February and 10.5% over January 2015. PokerStars generated 24% of the state’s total
poker revenue despite operating for only 11 days during the month. New Jersey’s
combined online poker and casino win was a record $15.5 million.
In DFS news, both FanDuel and DraftKings will cease offering Daily Fantasy Sports
contests on college games. The decision was voluntary, as both companies work to
ingratiate themselves to major sports organizations and the individual states as they seek
agreements that will allow them to operate legally. Adding to the two DFS providers’ woes,
CG Technologies has filed complaints against both FanDuel and DraftKings alleging
copyright infringement on “at least seven of its mobile gaming patents.”