|Gaming executives are expected to converge on the Statehouse when a legislative committee
will discuss Gov. Deval Patrick's proposal to license three casinos.
Las Vegas-based Pinnacle Entertainment agrees to terms with St. Louis County to develop a
new casino slated for a 2009 opening.
At 1,064 feet, the proposed $5 billion project on the Las Vegas strip would be the
tallest hotel building in the United States.
Revel Entertainment Group plans to develop a $2 billion resort that will feature
hotel towers soaring more than 700 feet above the Boardwalk.
Phoenix TV station's news report has some casino dealers worried, but proof that they're
handling toxic materials is still unknown.
Las Vegas Sands' executive says $800 million casino complex in Pennsylvania will feature
a 304-room hotel, 200,000 square feet of retail space and a 50,000-square-foot
multi-purpose event center.
Casinos across the country begin to offer players a chance to keep their original bet
and be paid half of its value if they hold a two-card 20 and the dealer is showing a