This week in pictures: September 17-24, 2014
Sep 24, 2014
The world has seen a lot of action the previous 7 days; Hamilton won the Singapore Grand Prix, Nintendo turned 125, Scotland proved betting odds right and politely declined independence.
Some areas boiled with violence, some with excitement since Europa League and Ryder Cup have commenced. New York gathered people for a climate march and Milan greeted far less on catwalks in an event that has become already ‘vintage’. Yes, the week had it all in terms of action.
Where there is gambling is always action as well and we have the pictures to prove it.
Rank Group passed a bold move planning for business in a ‘no casino’ land, since Northern Ireland has yet to change the legal frame that is outlawing casinos at the moment.
‘No, thanks’ campaign prevailed! Scotland’s current situation is all about ‘unity…rather than needless separation’ for now.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus drawn people again into urban camping as customers queued up for days in front of stores waiting for the freshly launched devices.
Trump Plaza shut down its business in Atlantic City, adding numbers to already escalating unemployment.
The Massachusetts Gambling Commission granted a casino license to Wynn Resorts. Wynn’s project was voted over its rival, Mohegan Sun.
Stephen Hung, owner of the Hong Kong registered Louis XIII Holdings Ltd. sure knows how to roll, attracting high-rollers at his casinos with luxury cars.
Life is imitating art; if buddy Matt Damon pulled a perfect poker face in ‘Rounders’, Ben Affleck is one feared blackjack player, that admitted counting cards, in real life.
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