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On the Other Side of the Coin: The Student Gambling Crisis

There is a battle brewing over the extremely lucrative, but controversial online gaming industry. Online gambling sites bring in over 30 billion dollars a year, but they also bring a host of problems too. Many in the industry are currently

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New York State Is On The Map For Another Casino Project

(Newburgh, New York USA) – One of 22 proposed sites on the table for new construction is in a state that already boasts 18 casinos. Each interested bidder ponied up the standard $1 million for a chance to get one

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Two Casinos Planned for NH in the Shadow Rejecting One

The New Hampshire house is in the process of voting to allow two casinos to be established in the state, when about a month ago the same house voted down establishing just one. If this sounds crazy, it is just

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Australian Businessman James Packer to Build $5b Casino in Japan

James Packer’s Melco Crown Asian gaming joint venture is planning to build $5 billion Casino in Tokyo, Japan. The company is in talks with several Australian and Japanese companies to join forces to build a unique and culturally diverse casino

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Social Betting Company Bodugi Has License Revoked

The UK Gambling Commission has revoked Bodugi’s operating license. The group had previously had its license temporarily suspended, while an investigation into a number of concerns was carried out. Chief among the concerns was the apparent inability for gamers to

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Approval of the First Foreign-Run Casinos in South Korea

South Korea recently approved the construction of its first-ever foreign-owned casino, contrary to the country’s reputation of keeping their waging activities to themselves. The South Koreans are currently Asia’s fourth-largest economy and is hoping to imitate the profitable Macau and

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Some Say the British are Better with Money than Americans, but Better at Poker As Well?

The U.S. just can’t catch a break! First only a couple of States legalized internet casinos when legislation initially targeted more than half of them, and now it turns out that the British are better gamblers than the rest of

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Baltimore’s Unemployed Are Thinking “Casinos”

Not everyone may think of spending the night gambling when they picture the historic city of Baltimore Maryland, but at least 1,700 of the city’s unemployed residents are now thinking casinos, and in a big way. What is starting all

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Well Chicago isn’t Vegas, But It Is Fun!

If you are passing through the Midwest and have a layover in Chicago, or if you are feeling the need to gamble and find yourself near the Great Lakes, you may want to visit one of the many casinos around

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Native American Tribe Giving Up Heritage and Millions for a Casino

The Alabama-Coushatta tribe never received the $270.6 million that a federal court ordered paid to them because they want something more permanent. This settlement was to compensate the tribe for the illegal forestation and oil and gas removal from their

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The Apache Nation is Banking on Help from New Casinos

A little more than than twenty years ago, the state of Arizona’s San Carlos Apache Nation opened their first casino. They have long been one of the poorest Native American tribes, and they hoped to change this with the opening

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It’s No EuroVegas… but Spanish Casinos are Still Winning in Madrid

While billionaire Stephen G. Adelson may have decided not to build the highly anticipated mega resort and casino named Euro Vegas in Madrid, that does not mean that the Spanish will not be gathered around the blackjack tables gambling. In

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Will Gridlock Stall Gambling in Illinois or Will Quinn Put Pen to Paper?

Illinois is famous for two things The Blackhawks and politics. Both play a pivotal role in almost every household in the land of Lincoln as politics is followed as closely as the scores during the Stanley cup playoffs. But, in the

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Seems NJ Would Rather Have Legalized Weed

New Jersey’s legalization of online casinos declines in the public eyes view As we have covered before, this past November the state of New Jersey legalized internet gambling sites that operate within the state borders. Initially due to the local

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Love Betting Online? It’s Not Good for Everyone

Gambling has been around since the first person said “I bet you can’t…” and the other person tried to win regardless of the outcome. Ancient poems recount the popularity of all forms of gambling, and ancient texts, like the Arthashastra

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Florida Delays Gambling Legislation for Another Year

On Wednesday, Senate President Don Gaetz and House Speaker Will Weatherford spoke to reporters from the Associated Press at the Florida capital about possibly postponing legislation on gambling expansion another year. Of course, those waiting on the legislation that was

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Detroit Needs Casino Revenue Like A Fish Needs Water

Many economic analysts are attributing the decline of wagering tax revenue of Detroit’s three casinos to one of the leading causes for their economic hardship. How bad is it? Now, for the first time in US history, a city has

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Candy Crush Kids to be Future Gamblers?

According to certain experts on the gambling industry, children that play online games like Candy Crush Saga, role-playing games, or virtual poker could grow up to become serious gamblers. The game or application has been downloaded a shocking 500 million

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The Return of Live US Poker and Virgin Gaming

Back in 2006, Congress banned online gambling sites from operating in the United States. However, new laws that are being approved in legislation all across the nation are turning this over. The latest to enter into the online gambling community

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Have Mobile Games and Apps Become More Socially Acceptable?

Many of us can remember when Facebook first started to roll out their fun little games. We were inundated with requests for Farmville and Mafia Wars in our daily steam. It seemed almost every status update was related to a

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Really Size Up Your Opponents by Using Sports Betting Statistics

“How to win more money by taking a chance on sporting games at the casino, at home, and on your mobile phone with more knowledge.” Betting on sporting events is one of the oldest forms of gambling in the human

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Why So Many People Love Mobile Gaming in 2013

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Thanks to the increasing levels of mobile technology late in 2013, Americans are never without access to some type of portable gaming device it seems. We can find entertainment at our very fingertips on our Smartphone’s, tablets, and iPads at

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Online Gambling: A Study and Overview

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“All In” Online Could Push Land-based Gambling Out In the 21st century where all businesses have started having a presence online whether it be a multi-billion corporation or a mom & pop run family business, why should a casino stay

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Facebook’s First Real Money Casino

 “Black Hoodies and White Togas” It was almost a year ago when Mark Zuckerberg made his famous fashion faux pas by wearing a hooded black sweatshirt to business meetings ahead of the fated Facebook IPO. Some passed it off as

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Top 5 Online Casinos Review Videos That Leak Greatness All Over

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What do player’s want in a new online casino? Loose slots? More deposit options? These video reviews are the best that youtube has for real money gambling. Many of them show how to use a bonus while still depositing with a

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