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November 22, 2010

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November 22, 2010

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Craps bets for new players
Scoblete outlines the simplest betting system for players who are approaching the craps table for the first time and breaks down the math behind it.  read more

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Confessions of a poker snob

Mixed-game connoisseur -- and Casino City reporter -- Aaron Todd skipped his usual poker games to play No-Limit Hold'em at The Mirage on his latest trip to Vegas. And much to his surprise, he liked it.  read more
Confessions of a poker snob



N.J. Senate approves online gambling legislation

In a 29-5 vote, the New Jersey Senate approved a bill that would allow Atlantic City casinos to offer online gambling to New Jersey residents and players outside of the United States.  read more

Loveman laments perception of gaming

In his keynote address at the Global Gaming Expo (G2E), Harrah's CEO Gary Loveman implored the industry to fight misinformation and misconceptions about legalized gaming in America.  read more

Bellagio earns 10th straight AAA Five Diamond award

The luxurious Las Vegas casino is the first Strip resort to earn 10-straight AAA Five Diamond awards.  read more

G2E panelists believe gambling sector will recover

Five longtime gaming industry personalities believe the industry will recover from its current economic woes. But they caution even though things are rebounding, it's likely to be a long recovery.  read more

The Gang discusses new games at G2E and royal wedding props

Casino City's Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd discuss the new games that debuted at the Global Gaming Expo, where Vin is on a reporting trip, bets on the upcoming royal wedding and Peter Eastgate's decision to sell is WSOP Main Event bracelet.  read more

Caesars Atlantic City dealers accept contract

Caesars Atlantic City dealers voted overwhelmingly in favor of a five-year deal that includes pay raises and a higher minimum-wage for dealers.  read more

New Jersey Senate postpones votes on two Atlantic City bills

A full vote on two bills regarding gambling in Atlantic City has been delayed so the legislation can be amended.  read more

New licensing information resource debuts on

Casino City Press has partnered with Regulatory Management Counselors, P.C. (RMC Legal) to develop the new "Vendor Licensing" section of  read more



Slot makers try to boost sales during G2E

The major slot machine manufacturers didn't hold back last week on marketing their new games, management systems and gambling products.  read more

Bally's inks deals in Canada

Bally Technologies has won contracts to provide the lottery companies of Ontario and British Columbia with gambling equipment.  read more

The Reel Life won't eat our beard

The Reel Life doesn't have any facial hair, but if we had a beard, we certainly wouldn't want to have to eat it.  read more



Eastgate to auction off bracelet on eBay

Former World Series of Poker Main Event champion Peter Eastgate has placed his gold champion's bracelet on eBay and will donate the proceeds to UNICEF.  read more

Did You Know
Did You Know?
American Gaming Association President and Chief Executive Frank Fahrenkopf said he doesn't believe online gambling legislation will pass during the lame duck session of Congress.
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