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  • Japan Lawmakers Debate on Casino Resort

    Earlier on Japan was set to join Macau and the US in the gambling hierarchy. Japan’s grand debut into their first casino resort

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  • A Version of Britain in Las Vegas

    There are currently Las Vegas casinos that have themes for other countries, such as the Venetian and the Paris Las […]

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  • Gambling for a Cause at the Casino Royale

    The charity night began in 2012 as a way for guests to enjoy the atmosphere of a casino while at the same time helping good causes. At the event guests play a selection of games, including poker, blackjack and roulette, with casino money that

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  • Steve Wynn Brings $28 Million ‘Popeye’ Statue to Las Vegas

    It must be nice to have the sort of money to buy a statue of Popeye for $28 million, though in fairness it was a 2,000 pound statue that was created by none other than Jeff Koons. He won the bidding for the piece, which is just one of three made by Koons at a recent auction.

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  • Baltimore to Spend Windfall From New Casino

    The opening of the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is set to bring a minimum of $15 million into the neighborhood; this is the 5.5% of slot revenue that state law guarantees for spending in the area local to a casino. Now the problem is deciding how to spend

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  • Japanese Casinos a Possibility by Olympic Year

    Japan looks set to join Macau and the US in the gambling hierarchy if proposed legislation to legalize gambling in the country is successful. If the Japanese government goes ahead with the legalization process the first casino resort could be open

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  • Genting Arrives on the Vegas Strip

    After the trend of US gaming giants, such as Las Vegas Sands, encroaching on the Asian casino landscape, comes the arrival of Malaysian giants Genting on the Las Vegas Strip. The Resorts World Las Vegas project will see

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  • A Double Jackpot Night in Milton Keynes

    The luck descended on Milton Keynes, in the UK, on 30 April 2014. The Casino MK, which first opened its doors six months ago, saw two customers hit the jackpot. At 7pm that evening a Bedfordshire woman scooped £19,120

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  • Chairman of Massachusetts Gaming Commission in Step Down from Casino Vote

    Since legislation was passed three years ago, to allow Las Vegas style gambling in Massachusetts, various parties have been vying for licenses. The single slot parlor license was awarded to Penn National Gaming for Plainville. In the awarding of the casino

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  • Will the Macau Magic Continue?

    There has been lots of talk recently that Macau has reached its max; can there really be any more room to grow? As the one place in China where people can legally gamble in casinos the region is a mass of casinos and hotels as demand continues and supply

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