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June 18, 2012
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|June 18, 2012|
|Robison takes a look at the hot machine phenomenon and explains what causes it. He also discusses what he does when he encounters a hot machine.
By Howard StutzThe traditionally Roman-themed resort is receiving a touch of Far East flair with the introduction of the new Nobu Hotel. Architect David Rockwell described the Nobu Hotel as a "distinctly Japanese experience with a Western sense of luxury."
|At the rate Matt Matros is winning gold bracelets, he may very well become the all-time World Series of Poker victory leader by 2022. Matros took home $454,853 for winning last week's $1,500 Six-Handed No-Limit Hold'em event.
Andy Frankenberger, a man whose style has earned derision from some, defeated Phil Ivey, a man with an unorthodox style that has earned him praise, to claim the $10,000 Pot-Limit Hold'em title at the World Series of Poker last week.
Cliff Goldkind, a 24-year-old student from Potomac, Md., won the most recent $1,500 buy-in No-Limit Hold'em event at the World Series of Poker to collect $559,514 in prize money and his first WSOP gold bracelet.
Benjamin Scholl, a 26-year-old financial analyst from Trappe, Pa., won the $5,000 Limit Hold'em event last week to claim the $206,760 first-place prize.
Brandon Schaefer won his WSOP gold bracelet and $311,174 just a week before he was scheduled to begin flight school in the U.S. Army.
Adam Friedman, who became known as the "agony of defeat" poster child in the 2005 WSOP Main Event, beat Todd Brunson to win $269,037.
|Atlantic City's newest millionaire is the third person to hit for $1 million playing Three Card Poker 6 Card Bonus at Caesars.
In this week's podcast, Casino City's Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd discuss Phil Hellmuth winning his 12th World Series of Poker bracelet, the struggles Revel is facing in Atlantic City, whether wagering on boxing is a smart proposition and the top betting nightmares in sports.
Analysts described the $855.7-million handle as mixed, with high-end games returning strong results while table games and slots were down for the month.
A total of 3.3 million tourists came to Las Vegas in April, down from April 2011's 3.4 million total.
The promotion allows customers to "upgrade" their player cards from other casinos to the Revel Card program.
Pie Face outlets are open 24/7 and specialize in homemade meat pies. Wynn's investment is personal and does not involve Wynn Resorts.
|The property on the Canadian side of Niagara Falls had a jungle-sized welcome party for the game that included a "Jane" that was on hand to welcome players.
The Reel Life has no idea why someone stole an American flag from a guy wearing a chicken suit. But we're sure happy a military veteran scored a major win at Jackpot Capital Casino.
Did You Know?
MGM says it will only build a casino in Maryland if the tax rates are lowered and the state allows table games. -- The Baltimore Sun
For Family Feud and Family Fortunes fans, this has been a sad couple of weeks. The original Family Feud host, Richard Dawson, passed away earlier this month at the age of 79. If you're feeling nostalgic, visit Sky Vegas and give Family Fortunes a try. The slot brings the fun of the original game show back.> More Family Fortunes Details
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Top-10 Mad Men prop bets for Season 6
- Will Don and Megan divorce?
- More than one black employee?
- Will Ginsberg quit or be fired?
- Will Roger wear bell bottoms?
- Will Pete divorce Trudy?
- Will we see Peggy next season?
- Will Don cheat on Megan?
- Will we see the cover of the first Rolling Stone?
- Will Don land the Dow account?
- What year will it be when Mad Men returns?