cardroom cardroom


  • (n) a room for gambling on card games


  1. This time it was Bush who produced the printed sheet of specifics almost as soon as he and Gorbachev sat down in the book-lined cardroom of the Soviet cruise liner Maxim Gorky.
  2. William Selden Miles, 78, a jovial little Negro, is captain in charge of the cardroom caf at Manhattan's arch-Republican Union League Club.
  3. The Ledra Palace hotel apparently set aside its cardroom for the meeting.


  • Cardroom tax looks to be headed to Marina ballot

    The Marina City Council on Tuesday is expected to formally put a 5 percent cardroom tax on the Nov. 5 ballot. The council settled on the proposed tax rate at its June 25 meeting and will consider approving final moves to put the measure on the ballot.
    on July 9, 2013     Source: The Monterey County Herald


  • "The past eight years have seen a rapid expansion of tribal casinos, Internet gambling and electronic games, and consolidation in California's horse-racing and cardroom industries," Lockyer said. "These changes present significant challenges...
    on May 31, 2006 By: Bill Lockyer Source: Sacramento Business Journal

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