Poker by George | Everyone dreams. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a dream is a succession of images, thoughts, or emotions passing through the mind during sleep. Why do we dream? This is one of behavioral sciences’ greatest unanswered questions.view
Calif. - Southern California poker players will have more opportunities to win extra cash at Pala Casino Spa & Resort in March when the Poker Room will host four Vegas Seat tournaments and its Pala Super Deep Stack and Friday Night 2K events.view
Heavenly Poker | Taking a break from the poker game is rarely discussed in gaming publications. Yet, strange as it may seem at first blush, it can be important to success at the poker table.view
Poker by George | This is a tribute to Anita K. who recently died of Alzheimer’s disease. She never played poker, although I did try to introduce her to the game. Even so, she is well deserving of our plaudits.view
The Pinstripes & Polka Dots poker tournament, held at the Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino inside the poker room, is hosted by the Duke of Fremont Street for the benefit of the Clark County Museum Guild and the Clark County Museum.view
Heavenly Poker | Made hands are hole cards that could win the pot without further improvement. Before the flop, A-A, K-K, and Q-Q are in this category. But they are all highly vulnerable. An opponent can catch a better hand, making your big pair a costly second-best. Let’s focus on pocket Queens.view
Poker by George | Stuart Cutler, age 72, has been playing poker since he retired about six years ago. With experience, he has been able to move up to 1/2 no-limit hold’em. He enjoys playing in Las Vegas area casinos two or three times a week.view
Winning Strategies | People who learn the right strategy, for whatever reason, make some mistakes while playing. There are a variety of reasons why these mistakes are made. The player might be tired or he might have been drinking or he might just be human.view
Winning Strategies | One of the complaints of utilizing a strategy that requires playing games properly is the notion it requires computer perfect strategy and humans are simply not that perfect. There is obviously some truth to this. Humans certainly are not perfect.view
Poker by George | If you play much Texas hold’em, undoubtedly you have been the victim of an “Oh no!” experience, perhaps several.view
Poker by George | I much enjoyed reading Irene Edith’s poker resolutions in the Dec. 12 issue of GamingToday. And I told her so. In her resolutions, she offered some fantastic advice for poker players who would like to improve their results at the table. I could not have done nearly as well.view
Heavenly Poker | I was playing $4-$8 limit hold’em at my local casino. I had just joined the game and, in the cut-off position, looked down on J-Q spades, well exceeding the Hold’em Algorithm starting hand criteria. What a great way to begin a poker sessionview
Poker by George | Playing Texas hold’em, you have decided to stay to see the flop in accordance with Step I of the Two-Step Concept. Now, you wait anxiously to see the three face-up community cards on the flop.view
Heavenly Poker | My recent column resulted in several additional popular sayings that apply to the game of poker. Tom, who had read the column online, suggested this one: “Every cloud has a silver lining.”view
Poker by George | The flop is undoubtedly the most important part of a hold’em poker game. These three cards that the dealer neatly places face-up on the board, combined with your two holecards, represent over 70% of your final holding.view
International Game Technology (IGT), the major gaming and lottery services and products provider, beat market expectations for its first quarter company-provided 2018 results revealed.
Las Vegas is this country’s most “cyber insecure” metro area, according to an Israeli-based cloud security vendor. The report concluded that 43 percent of Wi-Fi networks in Las Vegas are unencrypted, unsecured or improperly configured.
The reinvention of downtown Las Vegas is continuing with word that the city government has approved a plan to spend about $60,000 on an arch-style sign to greet motorists headed north on Las Vegas Boulevard into downtown.
Scientific Games Corporation (SGMS) has announced that Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) is lengthening until July 31, 2022 SGMS’s Canadian subsidiary's contract as one of OLG's instant games providers.
Ice Cubes | Twelve months ago, the Vegas Golden Knights didn’t have a roster, busily preparing for the NHL expansion draft. Today, in light of the unique location of this expansion team, there is only one word that can cover the club’s unprecedented success: Boxcars!