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April 21, 2014
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|April 21, 2014|
|Gaming guru John Grochowski explains why various types of gamblers can successfully manage their bankrolls in different ways, depending on their goals and the games they are playing.
By Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan PodheiserCasino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser discuss the Borgata suing poker pro Phil Ivey for $9.6 million for allegedly cheating at mini-baccarat, the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement's final decision on the Borgata Winter Open tournament payouts and a new multi-state slot jackpot agreement.
|For gaming operations with thousands of employees, there are issues surrounding new hires and existing workers, many of whom have job descriptions that require drug screenings.
MGM Hakkasan Hospitality will design, develop and manage luxury non-gaming hotels worldwide under four brands.
Customers of Golden Gaming's Southern Nevada locations will be able to use their loyalty points for deals at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
According to a report by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, gaming supervisors make up a higher percentage of jobs in Nevada than in any other state.
Empire Resorts wants to build a four-star hotel with approximately 391 rooms, a 70,000-square foot gaming floor, restaurants, a conference center and a spa.
Net revenue will decrease 1-to-5 percent in the second quarter of this year as compared to the second quarter of 2013, the Mohegan Tribal Authority reports.
|Gaming analysts are optimistic that Scientific Games, which bought WMS for $1.5 billion last year, is shaking up the slot machine manufacturer's leadership.
A California resident scored the big win by hitting a random Massive Cash jackpot while playing Chip City.
In the U.K., a dog accidentally called the police, who rushed to the scene after hearing heavy breathing on the other line. The dog, of course, was running around the backyard with the phone in his mouth.
|The series at Potawatomi Casino will run from Aug. 30-Sept. 7 and feature a $200,000 guaranteed Main Event.
MiniFTOPS XXV started Sunday, with more than $2,000,000 in combined guarantees up for grabs across 31 events.
Did You Know?
The average gaming supervisor in Atlantic City makes $57,750, compared to $55,370 in Las Vegas, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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