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  • China Suffers from Gambling Slowdown
    Aug 04 2012

    China Suffers from Gambling Slowdown

    The quarterly earnings posted by Las Vegas Sands Corp, owned by Sheldon Adelson, were much worse than expected as casino profits in key Asian markets were lower and failed to help offset flagging US revenue. Adelson normally benefits from the company’s sizable presence in Asia compared with rivals such as Wynn and MGM resorts. However,

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  • Vegas Employee Accused of Stealing High-Roller Information
    Aug 04 2012

    Vegas Employee Accused of Stealing High-Roller Information

    Last Friday a Las Vegas casino obtained a court order which banned a former employee from distributing confidential files about thousands of hi-rolling customers. She is accused of stealing the files by emailing them from work to her personal address. However, Jessica Hemingway, the fired Palms Casino Rest host, claims that she was only emailing

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  • Margaritaville to Open in Atlantic City
    Aug 04 2012

    Margaritaville to Open in Atlantic City

    On Tuesday it was announced that next spring a Margaritaville will be opening at the Resorts Casino Hotel in Atlantic City. The Margaritaville restaurants are run by Jimmy Buffett and inspired by his song that celebrates the island culture. At the announcement Buffett said “simply put, it’s a pleasure and an honour to be here.”

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  • Shuffle Master Receives Interactive License
    Aug 03 2012

    Shuffle Master Receives Interactive License

    Shuffle Master Inc. the table gaming and casino management equipment supplier has been granted a license by the Nevada Gaming Commission for interactive gaming. The license allows Shuffle Master to work with land based casino operators and to provide online poker games as well as play-for-fun versions of their world famous table games such as

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  • Asian Olympic Badminton Players Disqualified for Abusing Rules
    Aug 03 2012

    Asian Olympic Badminton Players Disqualified for Abusing Rules

    Eight Asian shuttlers have been sent home after being disqualified in doubles competition for deliberately throwing matches on Tuesday night. The behavior in question involved players deliberately losing in order to receive a more favorable match-up during later competition at Wembley Arena. The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has launched their own disciplinary proceedings since the

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  • Caesars to Open Giant Observation Wheel in Vegas
    Aug 03 2012

    Caesars to Open Giant Observation Wheel in Vegas

    It was announced by Caesars Entertainment Corp. that they have been granted an important county permit to build the world’s tallest observation wheel. The wheel will be part of a retail, dining and entertainment complex they are building on the Las Vegas Strip which will cost more than half a billion dollars. The wheel, known

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  • Boylepoker Launch Need for Speed Promotion
    Aug 02 2012

    Boylepoker Launch Need for Speed Promotion

    Boylepoker has just announced its International Poker Open Need for Speed promotion. This promotion is launching the new fast-fold poker format Speed Poker at the website. The promotion is giving away four Boylepoker.com International Poker Open seats each worth €230 as well as 10 IPO Super Satellite tokens worth €22 each to the players who

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  • Celebrity Deaths in Las Vegas
    Aug 02 2012

    Celebrity Deaths in Las Vegas

    While Las Vegas is the world’s number one gambling destination and a fantastic place to go for a good time, it appears it can be lethal if you are a celebrity. Over the past three decades numerous celebrities have met their ends in Las Vegas for a variety of reasons ranging from drug abuse to

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  • Breaking News: Thursday Morning Olympic Medals Update
    Aug 02 2012

    Breaking News: Thursday Morning Olympic Medals Update

    On the morning of day 7 of the 2012 London Summer Olympics, the Chinese are still at the top of the gold medal leaderboard with 17. They have also won 9 silver and 4 bronze medals. Team USA is in second place with 12 gold medals, 8 silver and 9 bronze medals. In third place

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  • Hard Times for Macau Casinos
    Aug 02 2012

    Hard Times for Macau Casinos

    Things are not going well for casinos in Macau. It has been reported that casino executives have reinforced their personal security after a series of attacks. Last month Ng Man-sun was attacked by a gang of six men in the New Century Hotel and is still in hospital under the protection of bodyguards. It has

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