Robert Mann

Robert Mann

Robert Mann has Northwestern journalism degree, is a former reporter for the Chicago Tribune and National Enquirer, was in news management for CNN and several TV stations and is a 30 year resident of Las Vegas

Tiger vs. Phil needs clarified rules

Tiger vs. Phil needs clarified rules

posted on September 05, 2018 by

One Mann's Opinion | Many of the details of the Tiger Woods v. Phil Mickelson golf showdown for a reported $9 million Friday, Nov. 23 (Thanksgiving Weekend) at MGM Resorts International’s Shadow Creek Golf Club in North Las Vegas remain “to be announced.” 

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Ocean Resort, Golden Nugget Atlantic City unveil permanent sportsbooks

Ocean Resort, Golden Nugget Atlantic City unveil permanent sportsbooks

posted on September 04, 2018 by

Ocean Resort Casino and Golden Nugget Atlantic City have now unveiled their permanent sportsbooks, just in time for Thursday’s NFL opener featuring the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles (-2.5 O/U 45) hosting the Atlanta Falcons.

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New Tiverton Casino Hotel in Rhode Island is now open

New Tiverton Casino Hotel in Rhode Island is now open

posted on September 04, 2018 by

A sister property to the Twin River Casino in Lincoln, the new operation features 33,600 sq. ft. of gaming space including 1,000 of the newest video slots. Also featured, are 32 live table games and 18 brand new Hybrid Stadium Seats.

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Maryland remains without firm plan to implement sports betting

Maryland remains without firm plan to implement sports betting

posted on September 04, 2018 by

Maryland, a major casino gambling state, remains without a firm plan to implement sports betting, despite nearby states that include New Jersey, West Virginia and Delaware having already jumped into the sports betting marketplace.

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White: McGregor vs. Nurmagomedov biggest event in UFC history

White: McGregor vs. Nurmagomedov biggest event in UFC history

posted on September 03, 2018 by

UFC President Dana White says he believes Conor McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov fight will be the biggest event in the sport’s history. White remains confident the matchup will draw two million pay-per-view buys.

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