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|January 4, 2016|
|The popular secondary wagers available in games like Caribbean Stud Poker are fine for an occasional fling, but when done repeatedly they usually give the house a big edge and can be hazardous to your financial health.
By Gary TraskIn a final 2015 salvo to the daily fantasy sports industry, Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed complaints against FanDuel and DraftKings on New Year's Eve, seeking "an accounting of monies" the sites have collected from New York players.
|Las Vegas hosted 42 million tourists in 2015, a number that does not include last week's New Year's Eve visitors and which breaks the previous record, set in 2014.
Regulators say they are looking into issues raised by the sale of the Las Vegas-Review Journal to the family of the casino mogul.
The popular Los Angeles-based nightclub, which also has a location at the Bellagio, will open in the new Arena with two platforms and a lounge featuring a bar and restaurant.
|The project will take place over the next several months and will include new cabanas, dining areas, bars and greenery.
One grand prize winner each Friday and Saturday night from Jan. 8 to Jan. 30 will win a $500 gift card.
The $14 million nightlife experience was designed by Josh Held, who designed TAO in Las Vegas among other well-known nightclubs.
Silverton representatives confirmed the long-rumored Las Vegas location for a Cracker Barrel store and restaurant.
|As the Asian Pacific Poker Tour enters its 10th season, it is offering its largest guaranteed prize pools for the Macau Millions and the Macau Poker Cup.
While preparing an appeal to a judge's ruling demanding PokerStars pay $870 million in fines to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Amaya called the decision an "egregious misuse of an antiquated state statute."
|Some senior centers in Japan are introducing gambling games to help their elderly residents fight off dementia.
|The Las Vegas country music schedule includes such celebrated names as Jackson Michelson, Granger Smith and Olivia Lane.
Tickets are on sale for the official tribute to Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and The Big Bopper at the San Diego County casino.
Did You Know?
Gaming revenues in Macau fell to a five-year low in 2015 with casinos collecting $28.93 billion, a 34.3% decline from 2014, according to Macau's Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau.
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