Gambling News

  • 01 November 2009

    Grand Opening of Arizona’s Wild Horse Casino and Hotel!

    A very long awaited gaming mecca has opened. Friday night, the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino, situated in the beautiful Sonoran Desert in New Mexico, has finally opened. The Gila River Indian Community opened it’s doors Friday night for the grand opening.This new hotel and casino boasts 240 hotel rooms, 39 suites, five luxurious lounges and a 1500 seat entertainment theatre. The CEO of the venue claims that they spent nearly $1 million dollars on the lighting and sound equipment alone.

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  • 29 October 2009

    Regulated Online Gambling is likely to Pass Says a Utah Congressman

    This maybe some great news for online gambling, I think this will happen too and soon.According to the Deseret News the Republican from Utah Jason Chaffetz thinks congress will pass Barney Franks bill to license and regulate online gambling. He thinks it will be passed before the end of current session going on in congress.

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  • 28 October 2009

    First State-to-State Wide Area Progressive Gaming

    This is a network linking Indian Casinos Nationwide! LAS VEGAS, NV, Oct 28, 2009 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — ATIG | Quote | Atlantis Internet Group Corp. (PINKSHEETS: ATIG | Quote | announced today that it would launch the nation’s first intertribal, state-to-state, wide-area progressive gaming network linking Indian Casinos nationwide. Progressive gaming means that a percentage of the money played by each player in any of the casinos in the network is added to a combined jackpot.

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  • 26 October 2009

    Massachusetts: To Act or not to Act on Casino Gambling Delays?

    The State of Massachusetts, despite the generally recognized need for lawful gaming in the state, is still at least three years away from implementing any gambling law. While promises for action have come from all corners, including the governor, state Representative Brian Dempsey says that legislators are moving slowly to be sure that they give the state the best results from the legislation.The State of Kansas went through a similar process.

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  • 25 October 2009

    Can They Raise the Stakes In Atlantic City?

    Atlantic City… the name brings to mind images of glistening casinos, bright light and never ending excitement. A few years ago, that image would have been true. Today, however, is another day. Fortunes have changed and the gaming machines stand silent, and one casino, Harrah’s, is offering to send their frequent gamblers out west to Las Vegas. One gambling executive even says that Atlantic City is in a “death spiral”.

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  • 24 October 2009

    Preemptive Strike on UIGEA Rules Launched by Barney Frank

    I am sure all the banks and financial institutes are awaiting the decision on this one. The big day is quickly approaching to start the implementing of the UIGEA rules. Representative Frank has put his attention back on this after all the other urgent matters that had to be put first.Frank along with 18 others sent a formal letter of request to Timothy Geithner, the Treasury Secretary and to Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve Chairman.

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  • 22 October 2009

    Dikshit is Selling PartyGaming Shares

    Makes you wonder if he is doing this to pay off his debt to the US Treasury. Maybe he thinks this will lighten his sentence. We will see what happens. LONDON, England — As reported by Bloomberg: “PartyGaming Plc founder Anurag Dikshit will sell up to 75 million shares in the company through his Crystal Ventures Ltd. vehicle.

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  • 21 October 2009

    More and More States are Betting on Gambling to Boost Economy

    With more states are opening up to the idea of gambling as a way to help with the economy. With the taxes that are brought in from land based Casinos and online could help raise the economy back to where it should be. LAS VEGAS, Nevada — Gaming has found a surprising benefit from the nation’s continuing economic recession.

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  • 20 October 2009

    Sacramento Tribal Casino Lavish Rewards for Repeat Players

    Patrons of tribal casinos in the Sacramento area are feeling the love and gratitude of the casinos. The casinos are offering regular customers, both small and high rollers, incentives to keep returning. Gifts are ranging from toaster ovens and visits to the buffet, to cars, trucks and cash, and everything in between. The freebies, called special rewards club programs, are competitive and geared to bring back the regular players who are most likely to keep returning.

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  • 16 October 2009

    Land Based Gambling Shifting to Online?

    This is a question that land based casinos are asking themselves, especially since Vegas saw revenues drop for the twentieth month in a row. October 14, 2009 (CAP Newswire) — Bad news disguised as good news? Reports continue that the status of land-based casinos, particularly in U.S. gambling mecca Las Vegas, are continuing to plummet. In August alone, the casinos dropped 9.3 percent in revenue, representing the 20th straight month of losses.

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