Nevada Gambling Revenue Increases by 17%

Nevada has had a difficult time lately, as Las Vegas gambling revenues have been suffering. In a state that depends on gambling tourism, this means terrible things for its economy; however, there has been a small turnaround, as Las Vegas gambling revenues were up by 17% this month, bringing in over $1 billion. In July […]
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Online Gambling Marketing Gets OK in Nevada

Despite the Republic Party’s announcement that it aims to ban all forms of online gambling, the state of Nevada is still moving forward with its plans for legislation. After granting preliminary approval to a number of online casino operators, the Nevada Gambling Control Board is setting its sights on other facets of the market. This […]
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Report Claims Legalized Online Gambling Will Not Happen in 2012

This week, Fitch Ratings Service released a report on online gambling in America. In it, the company went into detail as to why online poker will not be legalized before the end of 2012; however, it offers a positive outlook for the coming year. The report cited a phenomenon called ‘political gridlock’, which has slowed […]
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Phelps Earns Huge Poker Win in Vegas

It seems as though the rumours were correct – Michael Phelps could viably make a living at playing poker. According to recent reports, his friends were worried about the former Olympic athlete squandering his millions away at playing poker. They were right about Phelps spending a lot of money on the game – but they […]
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Atlantic City Casino Must Pay Out Million-Dollar Win

Last week, Golden Nugget Casino in Atlantic City took a group of 12 gamblers to court for ‘unfairly’ winning over $1 million at Baccarat. Unfortunately, it has been revealed that the casino operator has lost the case and will now have to pay out their remaining balance of $500 000 The situation began when a […]
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