Atlantic City Profits in Decline

Atlantic City casinos are taking a hit with recent profits falling by 4.9 percent Atlantic City casinos have been on the decline for quite some time now, so it came as no surprise when the recent quarter reports showed that profits are down 4.9 percent compared to where they were in August of last year. […]
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Is Poker Gambling?

Chairman of Las Vegas Sands says that poker is gambling and should not be considered as a game of skill There is a current ongoing debate to determine whether or not poker should be considered a game of skill, or if it should be considered a game of chance. This issue has heated up a […]
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Gambling steadily growing in the United States

Gambling in the northeastern United States is beginning to become a saturated market The world of gambling has been steadily growing in the United States, particularly in the northeastern area which was formerly confined to just Atlantic City for the past couple of decades. The first legitimate casino opened up back in 1978 in the […]
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Family-friendly Sin City?

Vegas and other gambling cities begin moving towards a family friendly environment Las Vegas, otherwise branded as “sin city”, is among a large number of gambling cities that are taking a turn towards becoming more family friendly. Vegas has gone through a robust history where it has worked towards appealing to a wide market. At […]
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Attracting Millennials to Gaming

Stockton AC offers advice on how gambling operators can begin to attract millennials One major problem that the gambling industry is facing is that millennials just don’t seem interested in playing. Millennials are starting to hit that 20 year mark where many casino operators being to bring in a market, and it just seems as […]
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Normandie Casinos Are Hit With A Major Fine of Over $1 Million For High Roller Protections

The previous owners of the Normandie Casino operation located in Gardena of California are facing a massive one million dollar fine after the casino had openly admitted that they violated the Bank Secrecy Act as they attempted to protect their premium customers from having to report their winnings to the IRS as dictated by federal […]
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