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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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USA Online Casinos – Real Money Casino Sites

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How it Works… All the best real money online casinos in the world are available to USA players who love to gamble. I am one of them having won a lot of cold, hard cash over the years on the same

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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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Iowa Casinos Looking For New Possibilities

There is no doubt that gambling in Iowa has increasingly become a money generating venture. This is because they have recently become local driven attractions and more people are embracing the industry than ever before, especially in Cedar Rapids, or

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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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Former Owner of M8trix Casino in Court… Again

Eric Swallow, a former owner of Casino M8trix in San Jose, California has decided to sue the state’s top gaming official and two of his former business partners who now happen to be the principal owners of the card room. Swallow

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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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An Overwhelmingly Positive Outcome to New Pennsylvania Gambling Laws

It’s no secret that legalized gambling has managed to bring in a lot of revenue to local communities. In Pennsylvania, this has been the case since 2004, when casino gambling was legalized. Back in 2004, this was a controversial enough

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Gardens Casino Redevelopment May Offer a New Future for Hawaiian Gardens

The Gardens Casino had humble beginnings when it opened over 20 years ago inside a 60k sq ft tent. Now it has undergone an ambitious $90 million redevelopment, and features a full 200k sq ft of gaming space with a

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Will Vegas Gambling Influence Trump’s Foreign Policy?

It’s an “open secret” that most of the big money donors are shying away from Donald Trump. However if you look behind the rhetoric and connect the dots you can see a pattern emerging and it shows that Vegas gambling

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Sports Sponsorship by Betting Companies are Being Picked Up in the US

Sports sponsorship by betting firms is no longer a new phenomenon in developed economies such as Spain, U.K and Australia, with most firms sponsoring various football divisions in these countries. Conspicuously missing from this list is the U.S., which has

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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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NGO Formed to Spread Awareness about Gambling

A NGO (non-profit, non-governmental) has been formed to make people aware about the various aspects related to the problem of gambling addiction. SaferGaming.com established Q1 2016 in Malta, has been launched to educate the gamblers and seek ways to further

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Slotland Casino Review

Established back in 1998, Slotland was one of the very first of twenty casinos to appear in cyberspace, gaining fame as a quality gambling site ever since. Unlike many other come-and-go online casino sites, Slotland has over the years become

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Two Presidential Hopefuls Already Against Online Gambling

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If one wanted to know what the next President might think about the current state of U.S. online gambling, we don’t need to go any further than the candidate pool that already exists. At least two hopefuls have made it

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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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Results of the 2015 Annual Southern Gaming Summit

Gambling is big business in the USA, especially in Mississippi. The Delta saw tough times after mechanization of the agricultural industry in the late 20th century. Whole families that had depended for generations on jobs working in the fields had

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Bill Could Open Gambling Backup in Alabama with Economic Repercussions in Mississippi

Bill Could Open Gambling Backup in Alabama with Economic Repercussions in Mississippi

Opening up a new business in any city almost always has repercussions to others that must be considered. While new casinos can boost the economy, pouring income in from residents and tourists, it can also hurt the economic success of nearby states who

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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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Illinois Gambles: Trickle Down Casino Expansion Bill

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Government officials are anticipating a bill to be passed in Illinois with hopes to expand gambling for its US jurisdiction. They are expecting 2015 to be a golden year that will spur new growth among chosen cities looking to benefit

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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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The American Gaming Association Handles IRS Proposal to Lower Taxable Jackpot Winnings Threshold From $1200 to $600

Members of the American Gaming Association (AGA), a pro-gaming group, are concerned about rumblings within the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The IRS is suggesting a proposal which will reduce tax reporting thresholds for casino winners from $1200 to $600. If

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FedEx Was Saved By A Weekend Of BlackJack

It would be hard for anyone to believe that a highly successful company like FedEx was ever once saved by a $5,000 gamble. However, that is exactly what happened for the package delivery giant. Frederick W. Smith, the founder and

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