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March 12, 2012
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|March 12, 2012|
|Pilarski says a biased roulette wheel doesn't exist. At any one session at a roulette table, there can, and most certainly will be, deviations from the norm.
By Howard StutzNevada casinos collected more than $1.038 billion from gamblers in January, helped by a calendar change that caused the lucrative Chinese New Year celebration to fall during the month. It was the state's first billion-dollar month since September 2008. On the Las Vegas Strip, casinos saw gaming revenues increase more than 29 percent, collecting more than $623.5 million from customers.
|Gaming revenues produced by the nation's Indian casino market grew to $26.73 billion in 2010, the highest single-year figure ever produced by that segment of the American gambling industry.
This year's edition of Casino City's Indian Gaming Industry Report found that the Indian gaming sector is showing signs of recovery.
Caesars Entertainment will demolish O'Sheas Casino as part of the $550 million Project Linq development.
Entertainer and "The Voice" judge CeeLo Green will be the headliner at the Planet Hollywood with his new show, "CeeLo Green Presents LOBERACE."
The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa's $50 million room redesign project will completely refresh all 1,566 guestrooms and corridors.
Harrah's Chester Casino & Racetrack's St. Patrick's Day celebration includes a performance by Celtic rock band Blackthorn.
Gold Strike Casino Resort in Tunica is holding the $50,000 Go For The Green blackjack tournament on March 16-18.
|Slot machine companies Bally Technologies and Aristocrat Technologies have reached an agreement to offer the same online poker network to casinos should the U.S. regulate it.
A Texas woman hit it big at FireLake Grand Casino after winning $455,856 on the Bally's Instant Fortune Wide-Area Progressive slot machine.
The Reel Life has never posted a Facebook status about winning a slot jackpot before it happened. That's why we can't wrap our heads around a New York man's decision to post about a bank robbery before it happened.
|Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Igo discuss Shuffle Master's acquisition of the Ongame Network, Erick Lindgren's gambling debts, a recap from iGaming North America and make their best bets.
Shuffle Master Gaming announced Monday it agreed to acquire the Ongame Network, bwin's pre-Party poker network, for almost $28.5 million.
The World Series of Poker Europe will be held in Cannes, France for the second consecutive year and will feature seven bracelet tournaments.
American Indian tribes expressed concern at iGaming North America that they won't benefit from new online poker laws.
Did You Know?
Despite increases in revenues and operating income, Caesars Entertainment suffered a $220.6 million net loss in the fourth quarter.
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