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March 27, 2017
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|March 27, 2017|
|A reader feels that some casinos are squirrelly about paying out wins when they're due. Could it be that casinos don't want you to win?
Featured StoryConstruction has begun on the 240,000-square-foot expansion at the Connecticut casino, located near the Winter parking garage and in close proximity to the Earth Tower hotel. (Photo courtesy of Mohegan Sun)
|A guest won $175,574.28 at the Route 66 Casino Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the second Fast Cash jackpot paid out at the property.
In this week's episode, a young man on spring break gets busted before the party even starts.
|For the fifth time in a row, the casino has received the distinction after a vote held by CityVoter.
The bill passed with a 13-10 vote earlier in the month and is the closest the state has come to legalizing casinos. (Union Leader)
After giving $1.4 billion to the state over the last 14 years, the Seneca Indian Nation will stop sharing its casino revenue at the end of the month. (Associated Press)
A potential legislation expansion could set the state up as one of four states that allow online gambling. (Boston Globe)
|The day-club alternative, inspired by the social and athletic clubs of decades past, will debut this April.
After a 31-1 vote, the team will play two to three more years before moving to the $1.7 billion stadium located off the Strip. (Associated Press)
|The band will take the stage at the newly opened New York casino on 12 May, joining other show-stopping acts who will perform at The Vine.
Since opening in September 2016, The Bronx Wanderers have performed over 200 shows.
The 29 April show at the Las Vegas casino will feature The Village People, Sister Sledge and The Trammps, featuring Earl Young.
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Does money really buy happiness? 30.4% of lottery players surveyed said yes, if it was at least $10 million, according to research by ReachTel.
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- New Hampshire
- New York
- West Virginia