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March 18, 2013
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|March 18, 2013|
|Gaming expert Frank Scoblete takes a look at 10 myths players need to stop believing when they're at the tables.
By Vin Narayanan and Aaron ToddCasino City's Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd battle through a minute of dead air to discuss the latest developments for Full Tilt players looking to get their money back from the Department of Justice, whether branded slots help TV shows and movies as much as they help the games, and offer constructive advice to casinos after one of the Millionaire Maker promotions from Caesars raised Vin's ire.
|According to the Sun Herald in Biloxi, Gulf Coast players can earn trips to the Las Vegas Strip while Cosmopolitan players can try their luck in southern Mississippi.
Any project would include fine dining and casual restaurants, a five-star spa, hotel rooms with views of the Toronto skyline and a convention center.
In a letter to New Jersey gaming regulators, attorneys for PokerStars said the American Gaming Association lacks standing to oppose PokerStars' plans to buy an Atlantic City casino.
The New Jersey Casino Control Commission postponed a vote Wednesday that could have allowed the American Gaming Association to participate in the licensing case of PokerStars' purchase of a failing Atlantic City casino.
Poster resigned less than a month after he was promoted to replace Maurice Wooden, who is now president of Wynn Las Vegas and Encore.
Not all analysts are sanguine about adding another 3,500 hotel rooms to an already saturated resort destination.
It's not like I've never made a mistake . . . but no one took more pleasure in correcting my judgment recently than Boyd Gaming CEO Keith Smith.
|FTC clearance was one of the key hurdles facing the merger. The deal is still subject to approval from stockholders and gaming regulators.
IGT won for both the DoubleDown Casino Partner Program and the Dolly Music Player in the three Dolly Parton slot games.
The Reel Life loves travelling, and we especially love doing it on a budget. But we've never seen anything quite as impressive as a 7,000-mile trip in 36 hours without spending a dime.
|A total of 218 poker players across Las Vegas split more than $672,000.
The Garden City Group will handle the process of returning money owed by Full Tilt Poker to American players.
Among the new tournaments is the 30k Heater, which will be played on April 27. The Heater buy-in is $215+$35 and there will be a $30,000 guarantee.
Each of the PokerStars players won $50,000 from their Full Tilt Poker opponent. In addition, Full Tilt Poker will be paying $10,000 of tournament buy-ins to each member of the victorious team.
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