Poker Profiles | Small, but mighty! Whatever your poker pleasure, the Las Vegas poker room at Arizona Charlie’s Decatur is the place to ante up and get in on the neighborhood-friendly action.view
Heavenly Poker | A good measure of a poker player’s level of skill is how well he builds the pots he wins. While you would like to win lots of pots, most important is how big those pots are that you win? That is easily the key to success at the poker table.view
Poker by George | It seems I often find myself awakening in the early morning hours after dreaming about poker. This one seemed so unique I wasted little time in getting up out of bed and making my way to my trusty computer so I could share it with you.view
Winning Strategies | Happy Holidays! As many of my readers might be in a light hearted mood this week, I decided to keep this column that way as well. I won’t discuss Straights or Flushes or even partial Royal Flushes. I’m going to discuss birthdays!view
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Poker by George | In the last issue of GamingToday, we presented my favorite card odds, and added a relevant and significant comment about each. Each of these odds is unique, and you can apply various concepts to make the most of it as you strive to win more chips.view
Slot Club Spotlight | In the heart of Wine Country, located in Rohnert Park, California, Graton Resort & Casino is owned and operated by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, with a Vegas connection through Station Casinos managing the casino and slot club.view
Crazy for Keno | The 10-spot Megakeno Progressive is now over $2.2 million and rising. Cost is $1.50 per ticket and several casinos in Reno and Las Vegas offer this progressive. In Las Vegas the Plaza, El Cortez, and Excalibur use the better of the two pay tables for this progressive.view
Poker by George | Card odds are a fact of life. They are based only on probability and are statistically undisputable. Want to be a winner? While poker psychology, luck and tells can help, the odds predominate – when used properly.view
Poker by George | May I remind you: While playing Texas hold’em, often you will look down at your holecards and see a small pair; that’s 7-7 down to 2-2. It will happen often enough that you would be wise to be prepared as to how best to play this hand.view
Winning Strategies | At my son’s school, they had a guest speaker who is known as the Human Calculator. When my son got home he told me it was okay if I wasn’t the best at being a human calculator. Clearly he was impressed by what he saw.view
Heavenly Poker | All sorts of people play poker in casinos and cardrooms – tall and short, fat and skinny, young and old. You name it, they are there. And, for sure, there are also idiots.view
Crazy for Keno | The 10-spot Megakeno stands at over $2.2 million. You can check on this and the other statewide Megakeno progressives at megakeno.com. Laughlin also has several live keno games. Of special interest is the Colorado Belle.view
Poker by George | The Poker Hall of Fame was founded in Las Vegas in 1979 by Benny Binion, owner of the Horseshoe Casino, to preserve the names and legacies of the world’s greatest poker players and to serve as a tourist attraction to his casino.view
Tiger Woods delivered the perfect ending to his amazing return from four back surgeries on Sunday with a performance that felt like the old days. He left the competition feeling hopeless as he built a five-shot lead early and hung on to win the Tour Championship.
Overall casino revenue rose significantly in Mississippi in August and local bookmakers tell GamingToday that they believe it’s attributable to the roll out of sports betting in the state producing a large influx of gamblers from neighboring Louisiana.
Sara Slane, American Gaming Association Senior Vice President of Public Affairs, has been invited to testify at the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations’ hearing on sports betting Thursday.
Jack Evans, a District of Columbia city council member, has introduced a bill that would allow sports betting in the nation’s capitol. Washington, D.C. currently has no casinos but operates its own lottery.
Upon further review, a New Jersey man will get his full $82,000 payout on a disputed $110 sports bet.