Real Deals | Big promotions and big parties are in store all around the valley for the Big Game this Sunday. Here are a few suggestions for enjoying the Super Bowl in a party atmosphere.view
Winning Strategies | Today’s column is not about the merits of GLI vs. anyone else, but rather the overall importance of having the math worked out before you get too far with any game.view
Winning Strategies | Blackjack is played with anywhere from 1 to 8 decks. Blackjack might pay 3-to-2 or 6-to-5. You might be able to split to two hands, four hands or maybe more.view
At one time, the addition of table games to West Virginia casinos was considered the vehicle needed to enhance gaming growth. Not any more. In Wheeling, revenues dropped from $462,758 to $372,436 for the period that ended on November 30.view
Winning Strategies | Twenty years ago if you walked into a casino, you had four choices of what to play. Blackjack, Craps, Roulette and Slot Machines covered about 95% of the casino floor. Flash forward to 2013 and the casino floor is quite a different place.view
Smart and Fun Gambling | Las Vegas is changing. The Vegas Strip mega-casino-resorts are more focused on the resort side than the casino. The casinos don't want to kick gamblers out. Gaming is still 30%-40% of casino-resort revenues in Las Vegas.view
Table games at Pennsylvania’s casinos are seeing an increase in revenue compared to a year ago. The state Gaming Control Board said the games brought in nearly $64 million last month, up 14 percent from November 2012.view
Winning Strategies | Is it any wonder why I like to call Mississippi Stud – Let It Ride on speed? The strategy for Mississippi Stud is a bit more complex than that for Let It Ride.view
Real Deals | Tis the season for giving – and receiving! Riviera hotel/casino is proud to benefit local children in need with the “Toy D-RIV-E.” Las Vegas locals who drop off a new, unwrapped toy to the Box Office will receive a ticket to an upcoming comedy show.view
Smart & Fun Gambling | Distractions are an easy way to get you out of your comfort zone and make you a bad gambler. The 6:5 blackjack may be masked with party pits, go-go dancers, loud music and side bets to distract you.view
Smart & Fun Gambling | Thanksgiving just passed and it’s always a time to look back and be thankful for the things we have. When it comes to the casino I’m thankful for technology and the amazing community of gamblers online who have helped me.view
Pokin' Around | Compiling my best blackjack venues. I have to say, by far my best blackjack experience came at the old Tropicana with that Sistine Chapel-type ceiling. My worst experience was at the Sands in Atlantic City. Now for the eight in-between.view
Smart & Fun Gambling | The frugal gambler will tell you that 3:2 blackjack rules and 6:5 blackjack drools. They’re right. It’s better to get paid more. It doesn’t take a smart person to know that.view
Winning Strategies | In blackjack, you don’t have to memorize all of the math behind the game. It’s not necessary to figure out how many cards will bust you or the dealer.To learn to play blackjack, many players use a simple strategy table.view
Poker Deals | Time to tune-up the poker strategies for the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Rock ‘n’ Roll Poker Open returning Nov. 13-Dec. 2. During this World Poker Tour (WPT) Regional event, players can win their share of over $1.25 million.view
Smart and Fun Gambling | Someone who stays on a 4 when the blackjack dealer has a 9 showing isn’t a big deal. Over time the money will even out and the player will lose and go away. I worry about things I can control in blackjack, like my strategy.view
Poker Deals | The WSOP.com Internet site officially launched on Sept. 19. Anyone of legal age in the Silver State with an Internet connection and a mobile phone can now play real money online poker at WSOP.com.view
The Ocean Resort Casino now has a clear path to open on Thursday with the granting a casino license yesterday by New Jersey regulators.
The major overhaul of The Linq’s casino floor is moving quicker than originally planned, according to local media reports. The remodel includes significant upgrading of the property’s sportsbook operation including so-called “living rooms” available for hourly rental.
MGM Resorts International expects to open its next sports wagering operation in Mississippi, according to Jay Rood, the company’s vice- president for race and sports.
Penn National Gaming, the country’s largest regional gaming operator, has revealed it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the operations of Margaritaville Resort Casino in Bossier City, Louisiana
Caesars Entertainment Corporation, the Las Vegas-based gaming and entertainment firm, was recognized nationally for the fourth year as one of the most community-minded companies, and for the third time as the leader in the consumer discretionary industry