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October 28, 2013

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October 28, 2013

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arrowAl Krigman: How to tip dealers at the craps table

How to tip dealers at the craps table
Al Krigman recommends tipping dealers who have been helpful and courteous in a variety of methods. Krigman suggests making a bet for the dealer as one way to tip them, so you have a partner to root for at the table.  read more

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Delaware to go live with online gambling Oct. 31

Delaware will launch real-money online casinos on Oct. 31. The Halloween treat for casino players was confirmed Tuesday at the World Regulatory Briefing in Philadelphia by Dover Downs Hotel and Casino President and CEO Ed Sutor.  read more
Delaware to go live with online gambling Oct. 31



Caesars enters PR meltdown mode

In one weekend, Caesars was booted from a Boston casino proposal, was forced to dump a licensing partner and had to report that the company is the target of a federal investigation for violating the Bank Secrecy Act.  read more

Casino City Gang: Caesars' Boston Blues edition

The Gang discusses Caesars' ousting from a Boston casino proposal, online gambling regulations and a Poker Hall of Fame controversy.  read more

Boom time in Macau continues to buoy Las Vegas Sands

The Sands' four major Macau gaming divisions produced a 43 percent increase in revenues in the last quarter compared to the same quarter a year ago.  read more

Revenue growth in Macau helps drive Wynn Resorts earnings

The Las Vegas-based company reported third-quarter earnings of $182 million compared with $112 million for the same period last year.  read more

New Jersey split on appeal of sports betting ban

Thirty-seven percent of voters think the state's appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court is warranted, while 34 percent want the case to be dropped.  read more

Sands-sponsored survey finds most opposed to online gambling

Sixty-seven percent said they were opposed to legalizing Internet gaming, while more than 58 percent favored the status quo.  read more

Downtown Grand opens to the public

The newest downtown Las Vegas casino-resort features 634 rooms, about 600 slot machines and 30 table games.  read more

Indian casino development in California gets approval

The Interior Department approved a 20-year compact that will result in a $350 million casino built and managed by Station Casinos.  read more

Japanese court dismisses lawsuit against Wynn Resorts

The court ruled Kazuo Okada's lawsuit should not be handled in Japan because the dispute is technically based in Las Vegas.  read more

Culinary Union puts protests at Cosmopolitan on hold

The Las Vegas union ceased its protests until the end of October after several members were caught on video verbally abusing Strip visitors.  read more



Silver Legacy player hits huge jackpot

Aaron P. hit a Wheel of Fortune jackpot for $397,573 after getting married in Reno.  read more

The Reel Life: Carrot Dating edition

The online dating scene is a competitive one. In order to get good results, you have to showcase your best assets.  read more



Tweets of the Week: It's time to debate

Poker players will debate pretty much anything. They're analytical by nature and they spend hours on end sitting around chatting with their friends at the tables.  read more

Doherty, Corrigan launch Irish Winter Festival

Snooker star Ken Doherty and rugby great Reggie Corrigan kicked off Paddy Power's poker tournament in Dublin.  read more

Did You Know
Did You Know?
Scientific Games and 888 Holdings have been selected as the primary vendors for online gaming services in Delaware, which launches a full suite of games on Oct. 31.
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