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Retired Wisconsin Woman Turns a Penny Into $1 Million
Retired Wisconsin Woman Turns a Penny Into $1 Million
Wednesday, April 08, 2009

A retired Wisconsin woman vacationing in Laughlin, Nev., will take home quite an impressive souvenir from her trip – a check for $1,115,540.81! The woman became a millionaire playing Aristocrat Technologies' Millioni$er™ multi-site progressive penny slot at Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort Hotel and Casino.
Florida Senate Steams Ahead with Gambling Package
Florida Senate Steams Ahead with Gambling Package
Wednesday, April 08, 2009

With gambling a central debate in the Legislature's budget battle, the Senate steamed ahead with its casino gambling package Tuesday, setting up a three-week cliffhanger on whether Republican legislative leaders can cut a deal on a sensitive political issue.
High Heels Poker Tour Offering All Women's Academy
High Heels Poker Tour Offering All Women's Academy
Wednesday, April 08, 2009

The High Heels Poker Tour and Academy will be offering a 1-day all women's poker academy with poker pro Susie Isaacs who will offer her insight, expertise and experiences as a professionally ranked poker player.
Deleware Looking to Sports and Other Gambling-related Legislation
Deleware Looking to Sports and Other Gambling-related Legislation
Monday, April 06, 2009

The Markell administration in Delaware has eyes on sports betting and other gambling-related legislation.
After Rejecting Gaming Expansion, Florida Passes Scaled-back Gambling Bill
After Rejecting Gaming Expansion, Florida Passes Scaled-back Gambling Bill
Monday, April 06, 2009

Amid warnings that expanding gambling is not a good bet for the state this year, a House committee passed a scaled-back Indian gaming bill Friday.
Massachusetts Survey Supports Casinos
Massachusetts Survey Supports Casinos
Monday, April 06, 2009

Bay State residents support the authorization of two or more resort casinos in the commonwealth by a wide margin, according to a survey out today.
Arizona Allowing Poker Parlor Expansion
Arizona Allowing Poker Parlor Expansion
Monday, April 06, 2009

Amid confusion about the legal status of a game that has emerged as one of America's favored pastimes, Arizona's Poker Parlors are expanding rapidly.
MGM Mirage stock jumps at CityCenter news
MGM MIRAGE CityCenter
Friday, April 03, 2009

A day after reports that Los Angeles-based Colony Capital might be the financial savior of the $8.7 billion CityCenter development, the project's partners remained relatively quiet. Investors and Wall Street, however, answered loudly.
NBC Heads-Up Championship Airs Sunday
NBC Heads-Up Championship Airs Sunday
Friday, April 03, 2009

Celebrity Apprentice star Annie Duke, comedian Brad Garrett, actor Don Cheadle and the world's best poker pros are the featured participants in NBC's 5th Annual National Heads-Up Poker Championship, which premieres Sunday, April 12 at Noon - 2PM ET (Check local listings for PT) and airs for six consecutive weeks in that time slot.
Florida House Says 'No No No' to Gambling Expansion
Florida House Says 'No No No' to Gambling Expansion
Friday, April 03, 2009

Talk in the state Legislature about expanding gambling in Broward and Miami-Dade counties can conjure up a thrilling James Bond-like scenario.
Kentucky Budget Issues Makes Gambling Proposals More Attractive
Kentucky Budget Issues Makes Gambling Proposals More Attractive
Thursday, April 02, 2009

House Speaker Greg Stumbo's proposal for video lottery terminals at racetracks was quashed in the General Assembly session that ended last week -- but it may not be gone for long.
LA-based Investor May Help Financially Troubled CityCenter
LA-based Investor May Help Financially Troubled CityCenter
Thursday, April 02, 2009

Los Angeles-based Colony Capital, which owns the Las Vegas Hilton and 75.9 percent of Station Casinos, could be bringing some much-needed cash to the troubled $8.7 billion CityCenter development, news reports say.
Ohio Horse Racing Authority Pushing Slot Proposal
Ohio Horse Racing Authority Pushing Slot Proposal
Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Ohio's horse racing authority is pushing state lawmakers to allow slot machines at Ohio's seven tracks, including Northfield Park, without having to go to the ballot, where voters have shot down gambling numerous times in recent years.
Police Investigate Counterfeit Chips at Indiana Casino
Police Investigate Counterfeit Chips at Indiana Casino
Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Police were called twice Sunday regarding allegedly counterfeit chips. The second call, at 5:50 p.m., led to about a dozen people being detained by several police officers at the establishment at 4608-10 Parnell Ave.
Montreal Casino to Catch up to North American Competition with $305M Renovation
Loto Quebec Casino in Montreal
Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Loto-Québec will spend $305 million to fix up the Expo '67-era Montreal Casino building to help the casino keep up with its North American competition.
Trump Plaza in Atlantic City Removes Electronic Poker Tables
Trump Plaza in Atlantic City Removes Electronic Poker Tables
Monday, March 30, 2009

They were fast, mistake-proof and didn't need to be tipped. But they had no personality. So now they're gone. Atlantic City's experiment with electronic poker tables proved to be a resounding failure because it seems humans prefer other humans when it comes to dealing the cards.
Florida Seeking To Lower Gambling Age
Florida Seeking To Lower Gambling Age
Monday, March 30, 2009

At 18, Floridians can vote, join the armed forces and buy a pack of cigarettes. Should they be able to play blackjack or slots?
Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel Presents Third Annual Poker Classic
Binion's poker room
Monday, March 30, 2009

The advent of Summer brings more poker to Las Vegas than any other time of year. Binion's Gambling Hall & Hotel, with an unmatched poker lineage in both years and reputation, will usher in the season with the 3rd Annual Binion's Poker Classic.
Once Again Harrah's Extends Bond Tender Offer
Once Again Harrah's Extends Bond Tender Offer
Friday, March 27, 2009

Harrah's Entertainment Inc. extended its bond tender offer again Thursday, as the company struggles to reduce its debt load.
Penny Slot Machine Makes $43M Mistake
Paul Kusznirewicz and wife, Halina, are suing the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation for $42.9 million he says he won on a slot machine.
Friday, March 27, 2009

Computer language blamed for glitch that displayed a $43 million win on a penny slot machine in Toronto, Ontario.
River Spirit Casino in Tulsa Ready to Open March 31
Artist's rendering of the new River Spirit Casino
Friday, March 27, 2009

At the stroke of midnight on Tuesday, March 31, Creek Nation Casino – Tulsa will close its doors and just hours later the new River Spirit Casino will be unveiled to the public, according to Director of Marketing Jennifer Cross.
Texas Players Passionate to Legalize Poker
Texas Players Passionate to Legalize Poker
Thursday, March 26, 2009

Lawmakers in Texas are considering a bill to legalize poker heard from passionate players Wednesday. Texas players want legalized, safe and taxed poker.
M Resort Spa Casino Gains 100,000th iMagine Rewards Memeber
Jason Small, 100,000th member of M Resort's iMagine rewards club
Thursday, March 26, 2009

Las Vegas local Jason Small became the 100,000th member of the iMagine Rewards Club at the M Resort on Monday, March 23.
Florida Bills Seek to Expand Gambling
Florida Bills Seek to Expand Gambling
Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Florida would give the Seminole Tribe roulette wheels, crap tables and full-fledged Las Vegas style casinos while its competitors get blackjack or electronic bingo machines within their facilities under bills introduced Tuesday by the Senate's chief gambling negotiator.
CityCenter Partner Wants Out
CityCenter Partner Wants Out
Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Survival of the $9.1 billion CityCenter development was questioned Monday when the investment arm of the Persian Gulf state of Dubai sued its partner, MGM Mirage, over concerns with the project's viability.
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