While many craps aficionados scoff at the idea that a player can effectively control the roll of the dice, Wynn Las Vegas has become a believer.
A complex fraternal dispute within a prominent Chicago business family has spilled into the Las Vegas courts.
The government’s crackdown on Internet poker ensnared two of the game’s best-known superstars Tuesday while a prosecutor accused one website of being a “massive ponzi scheme,” defrauding players of more than $443 million. Poker professionals Howard Lederer and Chris Ferguson were added as defendants in a civil money laundering complaint against online gaming company FullTilt Poker, saying the players and executives funneled money to their own accounts, rendering FullTilt insolvent.
A federal judge said he needs more information before deciding whether to unseal documents in a case filed by a security team that protects the family of Las Vegas Sands Corp. Chairman Sheldon Adelson.