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Anti-Casino Groups Repeal in Massachusetts Goes So Far to Say Lotto is Not Gambling

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As the issue of allowing casino construction awaits voters in Massachusetts on November 4th , the anti-casino group Repeal the Casino Deal is hoping to create enough public awareness to undo what has already been done by trying to get

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Fighting Wynn Over Building Casinos Never Wins

This is not an anti-media or pro-casino rant. Some of us love to gamble, and some people would suggest that your money would be put to better use supporting one of their causes, such as taking in stray animals or

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California Indian Casino Approval Meets Heavy Resistance

Indian reservations were one of the forerunners of providing broad access gaming around the country based on the fact that their land is not considered part of the US. At the beginning, before the expansion of state operated casino licensing,

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When Two Casinos Equal Less Than One in New York Gaming Expansion

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In the midst of many states closing casinos and losing gaming revenue, the state of New York has a very different problem. The air is thick with “we really want the new casino here” attitude from four counties as there

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Whales and a “Wong” Decision

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For most of us “regular players”, going to the casino is a weekend adventure where we spend a few hundred dollars or less to relax with fellow wheel spinners and card sharks. For a select few, going to the casino

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Glendale, Arizona Casino Proposal Challenged by Senators

One of the more unusual state casino venues is in the state of Arizona. According to Arizona law, the only casino construction allowed is that on Indian reservations. However, this is not actually a law but an agreement made between

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The Arapahoe Park, Colorado Casino Debate

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Arapahoe Park, Colorado is a place that generally does not come to mind when the issues of state operated casino gambling and how it is regulated is discussed. However, the people who own the racetrack at Arapahoe Park are looking

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More Opposing the Gaming Expansion in Massachusetts

The fight for legalizing casinos in Massachusetts continues as an anti-casino group, Repeal the Casino Deal, said it has acquired more than the minimum number of signatures to have the issue put on the November ballot. The group claims it

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First In-State: New MGM Casino to be Built in Massachusetts

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission has finally awarded the first casino construction license, giving it to the city of Springfield. MGM has been awarded the license and pledged to create approximately 2600 new construction jobs and 2350 full-time jobs that will

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Can a College Degree in Casino Management Predict the Future of Gaming in NY?

Casino management training is continuing to progress in the state of New York. The State University of New York (SUNY) at Broome Community College can earn a degree in – casino management. For those interested, the degree is an AAS

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The Unpatriotic Falling of Mississippi USA Casinos

For more than two decades, the state of Mississippi was a gamblers haven, boasting some of the best and most popular casinos in the United States (see more here). With a huge number of old-fashioned riverboats, it attracted players from

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Massachusetts Gambling Expansion – Chaos Incorporated, Dumb Luck Ensues

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When it comes to the most educated state in America, Massachusetts, pro-casino legislators and casino advocates must have some of the lowest IQs in the nation. A recent article in the Miami Herald said that the law for casino operation

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Foxwoods Review: Lost in the Woods Like Casey Kasem

Once one of the New England region’s most talked about and attractive casinos, but is nothing like Vegas. Now to add to the less than acceptable service levels reported by recent guests, the Foxwoods casino is now scheduling early closing hours

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Gaming That Really Makes Sense in PA

The state of Pennsylvania, particularly the city of Philadelphia, has arrived at a rational casino gaming approach that benefits both the public and the state as a whole financially. Up for grabs is the license to build another casino in

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Club World And Lucky Red Down – Making Thier Way To The Scam List

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It was a Cyber-Attack. Now Resolved! We are happy to report that this issue is resolved and Club World is back online!! From the Club World Representative:The DDoS (Cyber-Attack) was directed at us for a reason, to take us down,

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My Favorite Games Have The Worst Odds

You should go to the casino to have fun, and perhaps win a little money, in that order. However, you cannot win more often than you lose with no regard to the game you play or it is just not

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Failed Attempts to Bring More Gambling to New York: It Never Ends

A proposal to construct… you guessed it, a new casino, but now in Tyre, NY is meeting resistance with the assistance of national gambling opposition groups including casinofreetyre.com and the Saratogians Against Vegas-Style Expansion, or SAVE. This is in addition to

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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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