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November 15, 2010

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November 15, 2010

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arrowFrank Scoblete: Ticked off in Atlantic City

Ticked off in Atlantic City
Scoblete says Atlantic City is taking the "ploppy" route on handling the struggling economy by raising prices through the roof to get more money from fewer people. And those people are angry.  read more

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Harrah's changing name to Caesars Entertainment

Harrah's Entertainment plans to raise $610.9 million in an initial public offering this month and will change its corporate name to Caesars Entertainment. In Las Vegas, Harrah's operates 10 casinos on the Strip, including Caesars Palace (right), Bally's, Paris Las Vegas, Planet Hollywood Resort, Harrah's and the off-Strip Rio.  read more
Harrah's changing name to Caesars Entertainment



The Gang breaks down the WSOP

Casino City's Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd are in Las Vegas and join host Dan Igo to break down a memorable World Series of Poker Main Event final table as well as make their weekly NFL picks.  read more

Duhamel relishes newfound celebrity in Canada

World Series of Poker Main Event champion Jonathan Duhamel did three dozen media interviews after his historic win.  read more

NAPT Los Angeles adds bounty shootout event

The PokerStars North American Poker Tour Los Angeles has announced a $5,250 Bounty Shootout event to its schedule.  read more

Maria Ho signs with

Maria Ho has joined Annie Duke and Tiffany Michelle in the online poker site's line-up of female pros.  read more



The Reel Life

This has been an action-packed week in the world of online slots, so The Reel Life will provide you a recap of what's been going on.  read more

Bally Technologies wins two Canadian contracts

Bally Technologies has been awarded contracts for equipment covering lotteries in Ontario and British Columbia.  read more



Harrah's, Palms to offer Facebook bargains

Harrah's Entertainment and the Palms have signed up with Facebook Deals, a new application that lets people find the best deals at local businesses.  read more

Nevada gaming revenues jump once again

Nevada gaming revenues increased in September, the first time since 2007 casinos have recorded two straight monthly revenue bumps.  read more

Las Vegas hotels catering to pet owners

Caesars Palace, the Rio and Imperial Palace have been accepting guests with canine companions since October.  read more

Mobile gaming seen as solid bet

Analysts say the mobile gaming industry should see rapid growth over the next four years, especially sports wagering.  read more

MGM Resorts completes Atlantic City sale

MGM Resorts International has completed a $71 million sale of the land underneath the Borgata resort in Atlantic City.  read more

Rivers Casino named Pennsylvania's "Best Overall Casino"

Pittsburgh's Rivers Casino was named “Best Overall Casino” in Pennsylvania by Strictly Slots magazine’s readers.  read more

Michigan casino golf course to hold LPGA event

Sweetgrass Golf Club at the Island Resort & Casino will host an event on LPGA Futures Tour next June.  read more

California casino opens Asian restaurant

The Fantasy Springs Resort Casino last week held the grand opening of its new restaurant, JOY Asian Cuisine.  read more

Did You Know
Did You Know?
Jonathan Duhamel became the sixth Canadian player at this year’s World Series of Poker to win a gold bracelet after winning the Main Event.
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