A video poker player won $100,000 at a Strip casino on Thursday.
Casinos & Gaming
The Golden Knights’ run to the Stanley Cup Final has some local sportsbook operators valuing their fandom over the balance sheet.
Visitors will soon be greeted by human-sized pink donuts, carousel horses on a circular bar and more as part of its “Main Street reimagination project.”
A FAA document shows an interim study for a new building on the Casino Royale site.
Once among the most upscale properties on the Strip, a gilded treasure box of showgirls and celebrities, a destination spot in a destination city, the Trop courts a different clientele these days.
Investigators say the four men teamed to cheat in an electronic craps game by sliding instead of rolling the dice.
Revenue totals have steadily increased in the Chinese enclave and industry analysts are encouraging investors to consider three Las Vegas companies operating there.
Someone might be looking at Pat and Vanna with a little more loving.
According to a Winchester Town Advisory Board Zoning Agenda meeting, the convention center would be on the northwest corner of the property.
The A’s are seeking up to $380 million in public money to go toward the construction of a $1.5 billion, 30,000-seat ballpark on the Tropicana site.
The six-figure win was one of several recent jackpots across the Las Vegas Valley.
Strong casino performances on Strip, downtown and Sparks offset weakness in Lake Tahoe as Nevada Gaming Control Board reports a record for April.
In March, Golden Entertainment Inc. introduced paid parking at its parking garage adjacent to The Strat.
The demolition of the Tropicana hotel on the Strip would delay the completion of the A’s ballpark.
The gambler hit the first two legs of a $100 three-team futures parlay on Argentina to win the World Cup and the Denver Nuggets to win the NBA’s Western Conference.