Cuban immigrant Rolando Coro runs the army of massage therapists that keep thousands of poker players each year at ease during the intense, eight-week tournament.
It took Nevada gaming regulators two days of hearings to reach a decision on whether to recommend the licensing of a Las Vegas table-game company executive.
Steve Wynn’s fight with Japanese businessman Kazuo Okada could hamper the Las Vegas billionaire’s chances to win a major casino license on the Asian island nation, according to research firm Morningstar.
The Downtown Grand on Tuesday received approval from the Las Vegas Planning Commission to build a new eight-story, 495-room hotel tower on a portion of 2.2 acres at 220 N. Fourth St.
MGM Resorts International executive and professional poker player Bobby Baldwin is expected to make a full recovery from injuries suffered in a fall down two flights of stairs at the Aria on Saturday.
A handful of specialty businesses — from makers of poker cards and felt to massage therapists, dietitians, portable toilet providers and cryptocurrency dealers — will also be cashing in at the World Series of Poker being held at the Rio.
A lawyer representing Japanese casino tycoon Kazuo Okada in a legal battle with Wynn Resorts Ltd. on Monday withdrew his representation of Okada.
A $3 million exchange at an Aria poker table is now the center of a lawsuit filed in Clark County court.
SLS Las Vegas President Terry Downey and Chief Financial Officer Bob Schaffhauser have stepped down less than seven months on the job amid an impending change in ownership.
It was welcome news last month that Blake Sartini and Golden Entertainment bought the assets of American Casino and Entertainment Properties, including the Stratosphere, for $850 million.