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The Attraction of Gambling is Easily Explainable

Gambling both online and in real casinos has been on the rise for the last couple of years. Casinos have been seen as a tool for economic growth primarily due to greater tax revenue to state and local government and,

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How New Regulations Could Affect Casino Industry In 2018

The online gambling market is growing each and every day, and with it change is on the horizon again. As more and more US states legalize online gambling, and as the industry grows, a larger groundwork of rules will be

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Why US Betting Companies Ultimately Fear Africa

Not many people in Africa can comfortably walk into a casino and place stakes. There is a pre conceived belief that casinos are only reserved for white collar tie knotters who come to the casinos to land business deals then

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CryptoCrazy! Bitcoin is Revolutionizing Online Casino Gambling

Cryptocurrency in gambling sprung up once the currency gained a modicum of momentum. Since the premier BTC-accepting casinos began operations a couple of years ago, many others have surely joined the fray. While some of them are newly-launched BTC-only sportsbooks

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Leakey Gaming Report & Where Casino Expansion is Really Headed

The Nelson A. Rockefeller Institute of Government in New York state recently published a study on New York gaming as a whole, which included casinos, lotteries, raceinos, and video gaming in the state. The report is likely to surprise both pro

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Ban on Proxy Betting Doesn’t Add Up

Many people are interested in betting, but they just don’t want to engage with the corrupt, the crowds, or breaking the local laws… In comes the salesman, “If you happen to be among this lot, then you should not be

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The Changing Casino Landscape, It’s Not Just Vegas

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The Los Angeles Times recently had this headline in its Business Section: Hawaiian Gardens gambles on a $90-million overhaul of its casino as rivals invest in their own upgrades.” What caught my eye was the word “rivals.” Given the changing

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Courts Finally Applying Law in Casino Disputes

Though it may seem odd given the amount of time taken to move forward with the North Fork Rancheria’s proposed casino in Madera County, California, a judge has ruled that while the objections to the construction of a casino on

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Online Gaming – Without the Trump?

If you omit Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump from the political side of gambling, you will notice that there has not been much media coverage of state and online casino issues for awhile. When state operated casinos made up a

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American Sports Betting App “Bait” Totally Legal, Trust Based Peer-to-Peer Payments

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The American sports betting market has a huge appetite, making tech savvy companies venture into designing social sports betting apps for the first time. Bait, a sports betting app is not an exception to the ongoing craze making it the

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Top 8 Successful Betting Strategies for Slots

If you only play online slots, traditional ones, or both… using my top 8 slots strategy tips can get you more money! On a whole, gamblers are an optimistic bunch who are always looking for ways to gain an advantage

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A Girls First Time Shooting Craps at the Borgata

There is a myth or a legend that when a woman is new to the game of craps, and it is her first time throwing the dice, that she is very good luck. Is it a coincidence I feel like

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California’s Struggles With Online Poker Continues

Legal Online Poker in California Has A Slim Chance

The issue of online gambling continues to be the source of controversy and duel legislation nationally. In recent weeks a congressional bill has been introduced by Texas representative Joe Barton. Bill HR 2888, The Internet Poker Freedom Act of 2015

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US States Looking to Gambling to Fill in Budget Deficits

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8 of the 50 US states offer land based casinos and in total, 30 states offer some type of real money gaming option. These options run the gamut from off shore gambling “riverboats”, to Indian reservation casinos, to the state lotteries. It has been

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Crime, Corruption, and Casinos – The Legacy Continues Today

Las Vegas, translated as “the winds”, sprung up in the desert of Nevada during the 1930s as a way to entertain all the men who worked on the construction of Hoover Dam in nearby Boulder City. Gambling was already going

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American Online Poker: The Boom That Never Busts

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Televised sports may be America’s favorite pastime, but gambling is a close second. If any casino game is truly all American- it is Poker. While the game of Poker evolved from a tradition tied to the origin of tarot cards

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115 Hours Of Poker And Still Alive. One Man Took It Further Than Anyone For Charity.

Could you imagine playing Poker for 155 hours; a little over 4 and a half days? Unless your a real card shark you would probably get sick to your stomach just thinking about sitting at a table for that long.

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Nice People at Horseshoe Casino Changing Cleveland One Bet At A Time

When the Horseshoe Casino finally opened up in Cleveland, Ohio downtown on May 14, 2012 it was unclear whether or not it would drive more business downtown. It’s almost been three years now, and it’s finally clear that the casino

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Casino Forced to Change Name by Monaco Representatives

Monaco, on the French Riviera, is one of the favorite hangouts of the rich and famous. Power people congregate there to enjoy themselves around others who are, well , rich, famous and powerful, too. The center of social life in

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Everything You Want To Know About Bitcoin & Gambling

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Ever since the first Bitcoin was created in 2010, it has taken the world by storm. Despite the fact that there are other anonymous online payment systems available like prepaid Mastercards, Bitcoin has not only proliferated, but it has taken

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Macau & China’s Struggling Gambling Industry

It seems as though there are some limits that China is unable to cross on the path to becoming more Westernized. China has already built an impressive army, drawn several major corporations to its borders, and established a platform for unprecedented economic

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Watching Others Thrive Motivates Gambling Amendment Proposal in Tennessee

Millions of dollars of tax revenue is the catalyst behind a recent proposal to amend Tennessee’s law to allow casinos and gambling. Democrat Representative Jason Powell is aware of the tax dollars Tennesseans are spending in Mississippi at their casinos,

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2015 Mobile Gaming Market Trends and Analysis

The recent surge in popularity of mobile casino gaming since the launch of platforms by Microsoft and competitors such as Activision, King, Ubisoft, and PlayRaven signals the near future advance of gambling ‘on the go’. Market research on mobile gaming

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Las Vegas Casino Heist Remains a Mystery

In 1992 employee to Stardust Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Bill Brennan, walked out with half a million dollars and was never heard from since. He reported to his job like he had for the previous four years, but

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Homeless Woman Arrested For Murdering Poker Dealer “Elvis” Joe

World Series of Poker dealer, “Elvis” Joe Levine, was found dead on Wednesday September 3rd, 2014. Police claimed that a homeless woman had shot the man late Wednesday night at his home in Las Vegas. Levine died of a gunshot

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