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April 13, 2015

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April 13, 2015

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arrowJohn Grochowski: It's the little things

It's the little things
Gaming guru John Grochowski gives a few quick tips for casino gamblers, like how to maximize your "hot" factor in roulette and why you should avoid betting on the banker while riding the Dragon in baccarat.  read more

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California tribal gaming market regains momentum

After approaching $8 billion in revenue in 2007, California's Indian casino market was hit hard by the recession. But the state's tribal gaming industry is firing up again, as California's 69 Indian casinos produced slightly less than $7 billion in revenue in 2013.  read more
California tribal gaming market regains momentum



Suicide blamed on loss of free buffet for life

The day before he put a gun to his head and killed himself at an M Resort buffet on Easter, a Las Vegas man filled a box with his complaints against the resort and its employees and mailed it to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.  read more

Proxy firm urges withholding votes for Wynn candidates

A leading independent proxy advisory firm has recommended that Wynn Resorts shareholders withhold their votes for two company-recommended candidates to serve on the company's board of directors.  read more

Despite high taxes, MGM National Harbor offers huge potential

Today, more than 5,000 people work in National Harbor and the location draws 8 to 10 million annual visitors.  read more

Sale of Gold Strike gains preliminary OK

Nevada gaming regulators have recommended approval of the sale of the 300-room Gold Strike Hotel & Gambling Hall to a company owned by the Herbst family.  read more

Major casinos want to leave NV Energy

Wynn Las Vegas, MGM Resorts and Las Vegas Sands have announced their intentions to leave NV Energy and purchase power from a "qualified energy provider" for their energy needs.  read more

Hooters to open its largest location at the Palms

The Atlanta-based company said its 15,200 square-foot site will seat more than 500 people.  read more

GLI names Alex Bertone tribal development rep for Oklahoma

In her role with Gaming Laboratories International, Bertone is responsible for the needs of all tribal gaming regulators and operators within Oklahoma.  read more



IGT CEO rings opening bell on Wall Street

Marco Sala ushered in a new era for the gaming equipment manufacturer -- following its $6.4 billion acquisition of GTECH -- by ringing the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.  read more

The Reel Life: Win some, lose some edition

In life, and in slots, you win some and you lose some. Nobody knows that better than the couple who lost everything in Hurricane Sandy, but recently won $255,000 in the lottery.  read more



Dover Downs hosting Masters Poker Series

Famous poker players like Tom McEvoy, T.J. Cloutier, Lon McEachern and Kenna James will converge on the Delaware casino for the April 29-May 3 tournament series.  read more

Did You Know
Did You Know?
The Wall Street Journal reports that Disney, parent company of ESPN, will invest $250 million in daily fantasy sports company DraftKings.
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