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  • Underage Gamblers to Face Fines in Maryland
    Apr 16 2014

    Underage Gamblers to Face Fines in Maryland

    Earlier this month Maryland state legislators passed a bill which would fine anyone under the age of 21 caught playing in a land-based casino. The bill is yet to be signed by Governor Martin O’Malley but it has received the support of Maryland casino operators. The Maryland General Assembly has passed the legislation as has

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  • District Court Upholds Gaming Rights of Alabama Indians
    Apr 16 2014

    District Court Upholds Gaming Rights of Alabama Indians

    A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the State of Alabama which challenges the rights of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians to operate casinos in the state. District Court Judge Keith Watkins has ruled that the state has no authority to regulate gaming on Indian lands. The ruling would seem

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  • Hard Rock Casino Sioux City to Hire 500 Employees
    Apr 16 2014

    Hard Rock Casino Sioux City to Hire 500 Employees

    The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City has already received about 1,500 online job applications for the 500 positions that will be filled at the venue over the coming months. The General Manager, Todd Moyer, said, “It makes me feel good that so many people want to work here. We’re going to treat people

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  • Borgata Casino Files Federal Lawsuit Against Phil Ivey
    Apr 16 2014

    Borgata Casino Files Federal Lawsuit Against Phil Ivey

    The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City has filed a federal lawsuit against poker star Phil Ivey claiming that he won $9.6 million in a card-cheating scheme in baccarat. The lawsuit claims that Ivey and an associate made use of a defect in the playing cards that enabled them to sort and arrange

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