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  • Sep 30 2008

    Fire Sale of Tropicana Casino likely to be blocked

    Cordish Company offered $700 million for the Tropicana Casino & Resort in Atlantic City. The bid will be reviewed by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission and a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Delaware. CEO of Tropicana Entertainment, Scott Butera is not entirely happy with the offer and says that it may be below the

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  • Sep 29 2008

    Splash with Ukash from your online casino account

    Ukash is similar to a credit card and is endorsed by Mastercard. It can be used for any online purchases and will soon be accepted by most online casinos. Chilipoker was the first online casino operator to use Ukash but once other online casino operators see how this card can make a difference it will

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  • Sep 28 2008

    Online casino sites even more secure with Cryptologic

    Security at online casino sites has long been a prickly issue. Cryptologic, leader in innovative security software for online casinos has just concluded a partnership deal with Ethoca Limited. Ethoca has an arsenal of fraud prevention tools and Cryptologic aims to use this technology to make credit card and other payment methods even more secure

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  • Sep 27 2008

    Online gaming sites sing the Kentucky blues

    Should officials achieve their aim, the state will seize control of the online gaming sites’ domain names and might ask the web registrars to block access to these online gaming sites. Justice and Public Safety Secretary J Michael Brown said that he is aware that this may block access to the domains globally but that

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  • Sep 26 2008

    Mohegan tribes opens latest casino in their quiver

    Casino of the Wind opened with all due pomp and ceremony. Mogehan Chairman Bruce “Two Dogs” Bozsum did the smudging and prayer and with a few speeches, the 100-foot-long curtain was lifted from the casino entrance to accompanying drums and flashing lights. The opening of the casino completed the first phase of a $925 million

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  • Sep 24 2008

    DoJ has outdated ideas about online gambling

    The case has been dragging on since 2003 when Antigua commenced dispute resolution process of the World Trade Organisation to challenge the prohibition on cross-border gambling by the US. In 2004 the WTO Dispute Panel ruled in favour of Antigua saying that the restrictions on online gambling violated international treaties. This ruling brought online gambling

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  • Sep 23 2008

    Sportsbook will open with great fanfare at The Palazzo

    Jay-Z Carter, the owner of the 40/40 Club chain has recently sold the club in Las Vegas back to the Palazzo Casino. The sale does not include the naming rights however and the casino will open a new sportsbook lounge in the club’s space. The club covered some 24,000 square foot and every inch will

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  • Sep 22 2008

    Online gambling offline in Turkey as government clamps down

    Online gambling has been in Turkey for some time now but the Turkish government are taking action against the spread of illegal online gambling and betting sites in Turkey. Fines and even imprisonment will be imposed on those caught in violation of the online gambling prohibitions. Advertising of online gambling sites have also become illegal.

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  • Sep 21 2008

    Online Casino Live Dealer Technology Soon to be Released

    Major online casino, GPS Global, has recently announced that its Live Dealer Elimination Blackjack Software is soon to be completed. The live dealer software technology that has been implemented in only several poker rooms and online casino sites features actual real-life people that deal cards to the table via webcam, allowing the players to bet,

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  • Sep 20 2008

    New Casino Hall Loved by Audience, Not so by performers

    The new concert hall of the Treasure Island Casino Event in red wing, Minn, was apparently not the big a hit for the performers. One of the night’s performers, Tim McGraw, told reporters that since the hall is only able to hold about 3,000 people, it reminded him of times when he was “honky-tonking a

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