Winning Strategies | A few weeks back, shortly after the Global Gaming Expo, I wrote a column that gave my thoughts about the latest fad, skill-based games. I made it clear when I wrote that column I was writing more as a layperson than an expert.view
Poker by George | Suppose I asked you: “What is the best starting hand you could hope for in a game of Texas hold’em?” Most likely, you quickly replied: “That’s a no-brainer. It’s pocket Aces!”view
Heavenly Poker | I have always admired Daniel Negreanu, world-famed poker celebrity and member of the Poker Hall of Fame. Rather than just earning a living at the game, he seems to care about the poker world.view
Poker by George | I vividly recall a hand I played a few months ago at Larry Flynt’s Hustler Casino in Gardena, California. It was a hand I will never forget. I was dealt pocket-Jacks, caught a set on the flop, and then quad-Jacks on the turn. Wow!view
Winning Strategies | This week, I continue my discussion of Ultimate Texas Hold’em. Those who have watched others play have noticed a clear pattern of strategy used (or misused) by many players who are too timid about making the 4x wager.view
Slot Club Spotlight | Just steps from Fremont Street, the Mob Museum and The Smith Center, the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino urban resort offers guests a variety of options to dine, play, game and explore the heart of Las Vegas.view
Poker by George | The other day, I had another fascinating poker dream. This one was so strange, albeit quite realistic. At 6:40 a.m., I got out of bed and carefully hustled my aging bones to the computer. I did not want to forget this rare and very strange dream about Texas hold’em.view
Heavenly Poker | Last week, we identified typical playing traits you will encounter as you play Texas hold’em. Knowing how each opponent usually plays his cards, you can be prepared to take appropriate measures in your own best interests. Let’s explore this:view
Winning Strategies | If imitation is the highest form of flattery, there is little doubt the two most successful games in the table games industry are Three Card Poker and Ultimate Texas Hold’em.view
Beyond the Numbers | Pennsylvania is poised to become the fourth state to legalize internet gambling. Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, said he supports expansion of gambling to help with a $2 billion deficit in the budget.view
Poker Profiles | South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa welcomes Jason Sanborn to the team as poker room manager. With more than 20 years spent in poker rooms he brings his knowledge and skills to keep South Point’s poker room top of mind for both locals and visitors alike.view
Winning Strategies | The Two Pair is one of the more curious hands in video poker. In jacks or better and bonus poker, it is a very important hand. It accounts for roughly 26% of your payback; 13% of your hands end up as a Two Pair.view
Crazy for Keno | The Mega10 Megakeno Progressive 10-spot now stands at nearly $2.2 million and continues to rise. Except for the progressives, a 7-spot – especially in downtown Las Vegas – offers the greatest bank for your bet.view
Upon further review, a New Jersey man will get his full $82,000 payout on a disputed $110 sports bet.
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB and Mo breakdown college football, the blowout lines, new segment Either/Or and the Get It Back game. Flying through the NFL games.
Mesquite Gaming, owner of Casablanca Resort and Virgin River Hotel, plans to pack the streets of Mesquite with classic cars, custom automobiles and vintage hot rods during the Super Run Classic Car Show.
Bob Christ's Thursday NFL Breakdown | Every once in a while the NFL schedule makers give a team one of their infamous atomic wedgies. This week the victims are the New York Jets, who will be in Cleveland for Week 3’s Thursday night game.
Dye-ing to Know | The part of his job that can be the most agonizing is actually what Ed Malinowski enjoys best. Malinowski is the corporate director of race and sports for Golden Entertainment, Inc., which includes the Stratosphere, two Arizona Charlie’s properties and a resort in Laughlin.