STAFF BLOG EVERYTHING ELSE BY FORUM REPORTER J. SHANE MERCER No bluffing: UND grad makes the finals at the World Series of Poker
A story in today's Forum says:
"Jason Senti’s decision to quit an electrical engineering job to become a full-time poker player is going to pay off big.
The 2000 Grand Forks Red River gradu... Posted on 7/19/10 at 3:36 AM
NASCAR DAD Las Vegas Lawsuit !
Warnings were ignored. Emergency medical treatment was violated. Goal is to influence systematic change and get retribution for the harm that's occurred. A compliant of abdominal pain ! Federal lawsui... Posted on 12/25/09 at 8:08 AM
The parent company of online poker websites Absolute Poker and Ultimate Bet said Monday it laid off 11 sponsored poker professionals in the United States as two of its executives face charges of tricking banks into processing illegal gambling payments.
Real estate developer and TV showman Donald Trump fueled speculation that he'll enter the 2012 White House race, assuring a crowd of supporters at a Las Vegas casino that he is seriously weighing a presidential run. His speech was also littered with profanities and insults aimed at the nation's leaders.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Gamblers on the Las Vegas Strip awoke to snow flurries Monday morning as part of a winter storm that turned the main highway between Southern and Central California into a snowy, icy parking lot.
A federal judge in Bismarck is considering a lawsuit filed by the Bank of Oklahoma against one of North Dakota businessman Gary Tharaldson’s companies in a dispute linked to a failed Las Vegas complex.
Tharaldson and his financial adviser, Brad Scott, owner of Bismarck’s Scott Financial Services, are at the center of lawsuits over millions of dollars in financing, including $15 million from the Bank of North Dakota, for the ManhattanWest condominium complex in Las Vegas.
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