Crazy for Keno | This week, we return to discuss the keno game at the El Cortez. It has a lot going for it such as being open 24/7 and having 50% of its seating nonsmoking. Most unique is they have more rates than any other casino in town.view
Crazy for Keno | As of late last week, the Atlantis 9-spot progressive has risen to over $1 million. This is unique as normally to win a million at keno you would need to play a 10-spot, but currently it can be won hitting 9 of 10.view
Crazy for Keno | Last column we discussed the incredible 9-spot at the Atlantis in Reno. As information, it is now climbing well above $1 million – you should get it while you can!view
Slot Club Spotlight | The Stratosphere Casino, Hotel & Tower is a Las Vegas landmark offering spectacular views, the highest thrill rides in the country, a variety of dining options and over 2,400 room accommodations.view
Crazy for Keno | The More to the Meter 9-spot keno progressive at Atlantis Casino in Reno is at $1,013,000 and climbing! This is a player return of 89%, very good for keno. It is approaching the break even point (0% house edge), which is about $1,252,000.view
Crazy for Keno | The Excalibur runs away with the title as best keno on the Las Vegas Strip. The pays are better, it is 100% non-smoking and has some very interesting regular and special tickets with low minimums available for way tickets and multi-game play.view
Crazy for Keno | A lot of you out there like 6 spots, which is today’s focus. With odds of 7,752:1 if you are a serious keno player you will hit your share. Please be aware that if you go 6,000 games and do not hit one the odds are still 7,752-to-1.view
Crazy for Keno | Today we are going to discuss long shot keno. On your next trip to Las Vegas take a small portion of your bankroll, money you definitely can afford to lose and will most of the time, for a chance at a sizeable win.view
Crazy for Keno | We all want to win as much as we can with a reasonable frequency, even in a long-shot game like keno. We want to have fun but win money, too. The trick is doing all of this when playing without a huge bankroll.view
Slot Club Spotlight | Celebrating its 50th year, the once bankrupt motel that stood on the banks of the Colorado River has evolved into a resort and casino of epic proportions: Don Laughlin’s Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino.view
Crazy for Keno | Is chasing the 7-spot worth it? The amount some downtown casinos pay for a solid 7 is not much less than for a solid 8 while being about six times easier to hit. Let’s play 10-cent ways at The D for the greatest return and see what is possible.view
Slot Club Spotlight | Dotty’s is a chain of slot machine parlors owned and operated by privately held Nevada Restaurant Services, Inc., with about 175 locations in Nevada, Oregon and Montana and over 40 Dotty’s Café’s in Illinois.view
Boyd Gaming properties are bursting with ways to win this May, including Spin to Win Drawings, Memorial Day and Cinco De Mayo promotions, and much more!view
Adam Silver, National Basketball Association commissioner, has shed some new light on the leagues recent revelation that it would seek one percent fee from all wagers on its games should sports betting be legalized in the U.S.
Downtown Las Vegas’ Mob Museum has unveiled several new high-tech exhibits exploring law enforcement methods of identifying, apprehending, and prosecuting criminals, now placing visitors in the shoes of law enforcement officers.
Representatives of Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack, along with other industry executives, are moving forward with an effort to have a grass turf course installed at Finger Lakes in the near future.
While the Vegas Golden Knights continue to make history as the National Hockey League enters its second century, there is no question that the Montreal Canadiens dominated the league’s first 100 seasons.
An effort in Virginia to revive the shuttered Colonial Downs horseracing track near Richmond has resulted in proposed legislation to allow “historical horseracing” clearing the Virginia House Appropriations Committee by a 21-1 vote on Friday.