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July 26, 2010

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July 26, 2010

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arrowFrank Scoblete: Every mistake in the book

Every mistake in the book
Scoblete says gambling writers aren't perfect in casinos. In fact, he says he has made every mistake in the book -- indeed, every mistake he writes about in his own books.  read more

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The Gang talks to the November Nine

The Casino City Gang is back at the company's worldwide headquarters in Boston, and they continue talking about the November Nine with audio from the players. They also take a look at the latest hearing to legalize online gambling in the U.S and Vin discusses a beef he has with poker players at the casinos.  read more
The Gang talks to the November Nine



Casino City Press relaunches connects casino and gaming industry buyers to over 13,000 suppliers, manufacturers, and distributors offering more than 1,000 gaming products and services.  read more

Economic reality hits Las Vegas casinos

Las Vegas casino revenue declined six percent the first five months of 2010. This comes on the heels of a 16.9 percent decline between 2007 and 2009.  read more

Analyst worries Senate campaign tone will hurt Vegas

Deutsche Bank gaming analyst Andrew Zarnett said the toxic rhetoric of Nevada's U.S. Senate campaign could harm local casinos.  read more

Harrah's submits new proposal on Kansas casino

Harrah's Entertainment has submitted a new proposal to develop and operate a state-owned casino in south-central Kansas.  read more

Game makers take aim at Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is one of three Eastern states that have legalized table games and Nevada companies are gearing up for a potential financial windfall.  read more

Penn National terminates agreement on Ohio casinos

Penn National Gaming has terminated option agreements with rival Lakes Entertainment concerning two casino sites in Ohio.  read more

Station Casinos moves forward on Michigan project

The Gun Lake Casino will have 1,400 slot machines and 28 table games and is now expected to open in early 2011.  read more

Las Vegas Sands fires top Macau exec

Sands China Chief Executive Officer and President Steven Jacobs was removed from his position on Friday.  read more



WSOP champs start famous but have faded out

Winning the World Series of Poker leads to instant fame, but the last seven champions have not won another bracelet after their big victory.  read more

Palms poker room worth a look

The poker room at The Palms offers low-stakes players seeking a place to play in Las Vegas a great off-The-Strip option.  read more

Full Tilt renews Million Dollar Cash Game sponsorship

Full Tilt Poker will be the sponsor of Europe’s prestigious annual high stakes poker event and television series for three more years.  read more

California casino offering plenty of August poker

The Pala Casino Spa and Resort is having numerous tournaments and an advanced training course taught by Mike “The Mouth” Matusow.  read more



The Reel Life

When The Reel Life goes to the authorities to report a disturbance, we make sure we're not in handcuffs and don't have any drugs. A Florida man didn't follow the same plan.  read more

Did You Know
Did You Know?
ESPN is showing 32 original episodes of WSOP coverage, and Main Event coverage begins on August 10.
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