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So sorry, Mr. Poster, your plug's been pulled

If Tim Poster’s suitability hearing in front of Nevada gaming regulators had been filmed for reality television, it might have saved that awful “The Casino” series he and business partner Tom Breitling had when they owned the Golden Nugget in 2004.

Culinary's futile push against Cosmo

The only Sin City video getting more hits on the Internet than the Culinary union’s recent taunting and name-calling of people entering The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas was the 2011 clip of Batman getting body-slammed on the Strip by a drunken tourist.

As gaming unfolded, Faiss was there

Bob Faiss is considered one of the world’s leading gaming attorneys. His 40-year career could serve as a documentary on the history of Nevada gaming law and the expansion of the casino industry.

Bottom line in Web poker: Nevada needs compacts with other states

Time will tell if Ultimate Poker, which has been accepting wagers since April 30, and WSOP.com can generate enough players within the confines of Nevada’s borders to co-exist. Meanwhile, at least three other real money websites — 888 Poker, Treasure Island and the South Point — could go live by year’s end.