Crazy for Keno | Las Vegas isn’t the only place to play Keno. The California Lottery offers Hot Spot (keno) at numerous locations throughout the state. In the San Diego area alone there are nearly 100 places offering this game.view
The chairman of the Connecticut Lottery Corporation’s board of directors said that officials were still conducting market research, setting up regulations and negotiating a revenue-sharing agreement with the state’s two tribal casinos.view
Crazy for Keno | With tournaments coming up four times a year at downtown California Hotel, I thought I would show you another tourney ticket you might like to try.
Real Deals | Boulder Station will celebrate its 19th anniversary Saturday with free cupcakes and champagne for all guests from 4-7 p.m. on the casino floor.view
Crazy for Keno | Golden Nugget complies with their $1.25 special rate with excellent high end payouts. The 6, 7, and 8 are particularly good with SOLID hit payouts of $3,000, $15,000, and $40,000, respectively.view
Crazy for Keno | There are casinos in Las Vegas that have a $2 Eight Spot Progressive, notably the Coast Casinos. The strategy espoused here can work anywhere if your intention is to hit a SOLID (catching all eight numbers) Eight Spot.view
Smart and Fun Gambling | When you spend a lot of time in casinos gambling, you are reminded of what to avoid. That happened to me recently when I chased a keno jackpot that was just a few dollars from hitting. I was reminded not to chase bets.view
Crazy for Keno | Here is a strategy and playing suggestion to maximize the use of kings, namely the All King ticket. The pays are from the keno game at the California Hotel, an excellent, comp friendly and extremely well run keno operation in downtown Las Vegas.view
Pokin' Around | Thinking outside the box. That’s the message Jim Pedulla is delivering in his busy role as Sunset Station bingo/keno/poker manager. The big push these days is the true match play promotion for bingo.view
Real Deals | Riviera Casino & Hotel is enhancing weekday casino play for June and July. The property is hosting free weekly slot tournaments on Wednesdays where participants will compete for $3,000 in cash and free slot play.view
Real Deals | This past Monday, the El Cortez served up White Castle’s to all of their players! Tuesday The Fat Bar, in conjunction with Fatburger, will offer $1 hamburgers from 4-5 p.m. in observance of National Hamburger Day on the Las Vegas Strip.view
Pokin' Around | The Green Valley Ranch's new bingo room is open daily from 9 a.m. until 11 p.m. with cash balls of $5,000 and $1,000. The room has state-of-the-art technology with the feel of a movie theater.view
Real Deals | Mother’s Day is always one of the busiest days at casinos in Las Vegas, especially in all of the restaurants. If you plan to take Mom out, plan ahead, call for a reservation if the restaurant offers them.view
Smart & Fun Gambling | The 3Girls for GamingToday are fun. They’re a nice excuse to look at a pretty girl and check in on what’s happening in gaming. When we see 3Girls in the flesh at a casino we should probably turn around and walk the other way.view
Smart and Fun Gambling | Playing the casino games with the smallest house edge gives us the best chance to win money or, at least, play for a longer time. Unfortunately those games are less and less available.view
Tiger Woods made it look and sound as if he had never been gone. More than turning back time, every hole seemed like the one before Saturday at the Tour Championship. A tee shot striped down the middle of the fairway. The clean strike of an iron as he held his pose.
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.