Not all progress is created equal. While Pennsylvania and New York took small steps on major casino issues, they pale in comparison to NJ gambling success.
Pennsylvania continued its long and winding road towards legalizing online gambling this week. Unfortunately, it has been a long, drawn-out process.
In an improbable turn of events a Harrah’s Las Vegas Willy Wonka slot hit two six-figure progressive jackpots in less than three months.
Sports betting supporters got a glimpse at the arguments in the SCOTUS New Jersey betting case when both sides filed briefs this week.
While some groups like the World Poker Tour move forward to new gambling frontiers, other states are stuck in gambling’s version of neutral.
You win some, you lose some, even if you’re billionaire Carl Icahn flipping billion-dollar casinos in Atlantic City and Las Vegas.
It’s not happening at the pace supporters would like, but from lottery to DFS, legal online gaming is spreading across the United States.
Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut topped the list Best U.S. Casino from the USA Today 10Best Reader’s Choice 2017 awards this year.
Several feuds in the gambling world this week Phil Hellmuth won a heads-up title, while NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo escalated his battle with Seneca Nation.
The NY State Thruway could end up a looking like the Las Vegas Strip if Gov. Cuomo’s promise to build another casino is more than just another empty threat.