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  • Apr 02 2006

    Gambling in Nevada Celebrates 75

    On March 19th 1931, the State of Nevada legalized open casino gambling which completely changed the world of entertainment. The first gambling licenses were issued and the first casinos were set up in an area which is now known as downtown Las Vegas. From its very humble beginnings of a handful of small-time house-based casinos,

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  • Apr 02 2006

    New Technology to Revolutionize the Online Casino

    The latest in online casino technology was revealed recently at the Game Developers Conference in San Jose, California. Philips Electronics announced that its new amBX technology will revolutionize the online casino industry by providing “a full sensory surround experience for gamers.” The latest in online casinos software was revealed recently at the Game Developers Conference

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  • Apr 02 2006

    Montana Offers Legal Online Casino Sports Gambling

    The FBI estimates that about $3.8 billion will be spent on online casino sports gambling on the NCAA tournament, more than half of it in office pools. Office pools are one of the strongest online casino sports gambling traditions during the NCAA tournament, but the problem is that in most states, this activity is illegal.

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  • Apr 02 2006

    Online Casino Firm Goes for Second Floatation

    Australian sports betting and online casino firm Bet Corp has followed up its successful Australian listing by choosing to float stock on the London Alternative Investment Market. The online casino firm saw its shares increase by eight points last week following its decision to float on the AIM. A Bet Corp spokesman has since stated

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  • Apr 02 2006

    U.S. Gambling Fans Bored of Poker TV

    Recent comments from those in the gambling and casino industry less optimistic about the future of poker TV have referred to declining viewer statistics this week. While many U.S. casino or gambling fans are still tuning in religiously to their favorite poker shows, there are fears that too much television coverage is making poker programs

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  • Apr 02 2006

    Online Casino Firm to Announce New CEO

    According to a British online casino publication, online casino poker firm Party Gaming is expected to announce the name of a new chief executive to replace outgoing CEO Richard Segal. Mitch Garber from online payments firm Fire One will become one of the most highly-paid executives in Britain if he accepts the top job with

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  • Apr 02 2006

    A New Entertainment Center from the Online Casino

    There is nothing more entertaining on a week night then watching your favorite television show while playing at the online casino. There are so many great shows on TV now that it is surprising that you still have time to play at the online casino. Between the Sopranos, Survivor, Prison Break and American Idol, there

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