Timestamps from the September 12th, 2018 Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board meeting.
Hit and Run: Isaac Haxton Wins The $10k Short Deck Event At The Poker Masters; New Jersey Generates Nearly $100 Million In Sportsbets During August
Isaac Haxton won his first Poker Masters event when he took down the $10,000 Short Deck (Event #4), a game he claims he has never played, for $176,000.
Penn National Gaming is expected to choose its first Category 4 mini casino location on September 12th. Will it be the Mifflin House parcel within a Hellam Township industrial park, a former department store within York Galleria, or another site?
Hit and Run: Joe Hachem Featured On The Poker Life Podcast; Penn National Gaming Applies For Sports Betting in PA
Joe Hachem sits down with Joey Ingram on the Poker Life Podcast. Pennsylvania gets its first sports betting application. Check out these stories and more in the Monday Hit and Run. Joe Hachem on Poker Life Podcast On Monday, 2005 World Series of Poker Main Event Champion Joe Hachem joined Joey Ingram on the Poker […]
Hit and Run: Penn National Is First To Apply for PA Sports Betting; PokerStars Store To Undergo Major Update
Penn National became the first PA casino to apply to offer sports betting in the state. Meanwhile, PokerStars to preview new store.