River Schenectady made its mark on the NY casino poker scene with its Capital Poker Classic. It drew over 1,000 players and almost tripled its guarantee.
Is the GAME Act the solution online gambling activists are dreaming of? The new Congressional bill has many hopes high for more online gambling in the US.
Can a change do some good for two casinos changing names? More importantly, will online gambling legislation in Pennsylvania change enough to become law?
The US Solicitor General is opposed, but there is still hope the US Supreme Court could decide to hear the New Jersey appeal to legalize sports betting.
The World Series of Poker gives gamblers something to look forward to while Massachusetts and Pennsylvania struggle with casino proposals.
The World Series of Poker owner Caesars Entertainment announced this week there are going to be some major changes to the way ESPN broadcasts the WSOP Main Event, starting this year. Most of these changes seem to be positive. They will undoubtedly address …
Rivers Casino in Schenectady, NY is trying to make its mark on East Coast poker with a $100,000 guaranteed tournament, the Capital Region Classic.
The casino industry got hit with two different political scandals with gambling ties–one in New York with Andrew Cuomo, one in Nevada with Sheldon Adelson.
Casinos will consider anything when it comes to new revenue streams lately, including virtual sports, online gambling, and more entertainment offerings.