Gambling NewsCasino GamblingOnline GamblingBlackjackVideo PokerSlotsCrapsPokerRoulette
ReadyBetGo! HomeNews HomeCasino NewsPoker NewsSlot NewsGambling Buzz
A Huge Collection of Loose Slots!
Book Picture
Online casino slots are loose. Why? Because with the lower overhead, no slot employees to pay, and lower taxes, they can afford to pay more back to their customers. Roxy Palace offers a huge range of casino slots for you to play for fun or for real money prizes. From easy to play 3-reel games and fruit slot machines, all the way through to popular video slots, progressives slots and brand new releases from Microgaming, every game provides a high level of quality.
Play Now at Roxy Palace!
Find Loose Slots... Play Online!
Book Picture
Roxy Palace has some of the loosest slots on the web. Their selection is huge and with less overhead, employee costs and taxes than your typical brick and mortar casino, they can afford to give back a bigger percentages of bets back to the customer. If you're looking for loose slots, play online!
Play Now at Roxy Palace!

New Macau leader seeking casino revival

Monday, July 27, 2009

MACAU -- As reported by Bloomberg: "Macau's new leader Fernando Chui says China will help the casino hub develop, which may boost operators including Las Vegas Sands Corp. and Wynn Resorts Ltd.Macau casinos
Macau casinos
  that were hurt last year by mainland travel restrictions.

"'The Motherland not only provides us with powerful backing, but also continuously injects dynamism into our development,' Chui, who takes charge of the Chinese territory Dec. 20, said in a statement yesterday. Chui got 282 of the 296 votes cast by Macau's 300-member election committee, his victory a foregone conclusion because he was the only candidate.

"Chui, 52, takes over as Macau's casino industry seeks more Chinese visitors to reverse a slump that cut jobs and revenue as tourism numbers fell. Gross domestic product shrank 13 percent in the first quarter, after expanding 32 percent in the corresponding period a year earlier.

"...Chui succeeds Chief Executive Edmund Ho, who has led Macau since its return to China in December 1999 after 442 years of Portuguese rule. Macau was granted autonomy in the handover, similar to that given to Hong Kong two years earlier.

"China in May 2008 limited travel by its citizens to Macau to once a month, and later cut the limit to once every two months, harming the main source of business for the casinos...'"


© 2006-2012 ReadyBetGo!

ReadyBetGo! is an independent gambling news and information service. If you plan to play in casinos, ensure
that you are not breaking any local laws. It's up to you to know the legality of your actions when you gamble.