A federal judge ruled on Friday that poker pro Phil Ivey and a companion violated state gambling regulations in the way they won nearly $10 million at cards at an Atlantic City casino
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New Jersey’s horse racing industry is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether the state can allow sports betting at its racetracks and casinos.
W Las Vegas, a 289-room tower of the SLS Las Vegas, is now taking reservations for a Dec. 1 soft opening.
The state Gaming Control Board will refer a proposal to strengthen money-laundering regulations for Nevada sports books to its staff to determine if it would create additional burdens on its tax and audit divisions.
A U.S. judge on Wednesday halted a lawsuit against Caesars Entertainment Corp., saying it could derail last week’s $5 billion agreement that was aimed at extracting the casino company from a costly bankruptcy.
About 800 people wrapped up two days and 64 games of the Plaza’s Super Bingo event Tuesday afternoon. In December, the company is pulling out all the stops, featuring a $150,000 tournament Dec. 11-13 with 126 games.
Jim Murren, chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International, told local business and civic leaders in Atlanta on Monday that Las Vegas-style gambling, including a $1 billion-plus resort in Atlanta, could be an economic engine for the state.
Red Rock Resorts Inc. has announced that Station Casinos LLC has completed its acquisition of the Palms.
A company already protesting the Maryland lottery’s recommendation on a $262 million contract has filed a second protest specifically aimed at the lottery director.
A federal trial that could shape the future of gambling in Florida began Monday as attorneys for the state and the Seminole Tribe accused the other side of reneging on its promises.