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The Pay Per Head Player Management Report: Simplification for Bookies

The Pay Per Head Player Management Report: Simplification for Bookies
No more having to deal with customer accounting on a daily basis this Football season.  Bookies have the Pay Per Head option and their ability to provide daily Player Management Reports.

Breaking News: NJ AG Directive No Longer Enforcing Sports Betting Ban

Breaking News: NJ AG Directive No Longer Enforcing Sports Betting Ban
NJ Attorney General, John Hoffman, has issued a directive to law enforcement that prohibitions on Sports Wagering in casinos and at racetracks would no longer be enforced.

Twilight Zone: Adeslon Favors Online Poker and Wants to Throw Hat in Ring

Twilight Zone: Adeslon Favors Online Poker and Wants to Throw Hat in Ring
Las Vegas casino magnate and GOP mega donor Sheldon Adelson praised lawmakers who have taken on a pro-Internet gambling position...

Gambling Regulators to Select Casino for Lucrative Boston Area License

Gambling Regulators to Select Casino for Lucrative Boston Area License
State gambling regulators are set to begin deliberations on awarding the lucrative Boston-area casino license on Monday

NBA Commissioner Changes Stance on Sports Betting

NBA Commissioner Changes Stance on Sports Betting
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver believes that legalized sports betting is “inevitable” and that the National Basketball Association should embrace this concept.

Trial Over Raid That Closed Alabama’s Largest Casino Starts Tuesday

Trial Over Raid That Closed Alabama’s Largest Casino Starts Tuesday
A trial starting Tuesday in Montgomery could determine the future of what was once Alabama's largest casino.

ESPN.com Adds New Betting Guide Section for Sports in Shocking Turnaround

ESPN.com Adds New Betting Guide Section for Sports in Shocking Turnaround
Is 2014 the year the US-facing sports world finally begins to embrace sports betting?  It sure seems that way.

Jacksonville Firm Eyes Shuttered Show Boat Casino

Jacksonville Firm Eyes Shuttered Show Boat Casino
A Florida company that develops restaurant and entertainment complexes is interested in the former Showboat casino in Atlantic City.

Trump Plaza Might Try to Keep Betfair Online Gambling Relationship After Closure

Trump Plaza Might Try to Keep Betfair Online Gambling Relationship After Closure
Two Trump casinos in Atlantic City are in turmoil as the closing of Trump Plaza nears.  Trump Plaza is considering keeping its Internet betting operation online after the physical casino closes

‘Frontline’ to Profile Macau: How Billions of Dollars Make it to the Gambling Tables

‘Frontline’ to Profile Macau: How Billions of Dollars Make it to the Gambling Ta
The popular and well produced PBS series “Frontline” this month (September 2014) will profile the Chinese gambling enclave of Macau.

Anti-Web Gambling Crusader Adelson May Buy the US Senate: $100m Up for Grabs

Anti-Web Gambling Crusader Adelson May Buy the US Senate: $100m Up for Grabs
Gambling magnate and GOP mega donor Sheldon Adelson may be looking to try to buy the US Senate. 

Undercover in Myanmar's Sin City Where Anything Goes: Casinos Coming Soon?

Undercover in Myanmar's Sin City Where Anything Goes: Casinos Coming Soon?
The BBC last month featured an undercover report detailing Myanmar's Sin City and its “anything goes” mentality that includes the likes of gambling, drugs, prostitution and various black markets. 

Gambling Dad Arrested: Admits to Leaving Child in Car While Playing in Casino

Gambling Dad Arrested: Admits to Leaving Child in Car While Playing in Casino
Delaware State Police arrested a Maryland man for leaving his 14-year-old daughter in a running car unattended while he gambled inside the Harrington Raceway and Casino. 

Mass Unemployment Filings in Wake of Atlantic City Casino Closures

Mass Unemployment Filings in Wake of Atlantic City Casino Closures
Hundreds of newly laid-off casino workers began filing for unemployment Wednesday morning, the first attendees at an assistance center that expects to process 5,000 workers over the next three days.

Bookies Make Out Well for First Week of College Football

Bookies Make Out Well for First Week of College Football
Sports bookies both online and in Vegas enjoyed a successful weekend and hope that trend continues with the start of NFL this upcoming weekend.

Revel Starts Shutdown Monday After Just 2 Years

Revel Starts Shutdown Monday After Just 2 Years
The most spectacular and costly failure in Atlantic City's 36-year history of casino gambling begins to play out Monday when the $2.4 billion Revel Casino Hotel empties its hotel.

High Profile Names of Denver Sports Betting Clients Will Not Be Released

High Profile Names of Denver Sports Betting Clients Will Not Be Released
Jeffrey Dorschner, a spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office in Colorado, has confirmed that the names of clients of a multi-million dollar Denver area sports betting ring will not be made public.

Atlantic City Residents Hope for Best as Casinos Close

Atlantic City Residents Hope for Best as Casinos Close
The storied Showboat Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey has shut its doors and two more casinos are about to close in the coming weeks. 

Gary F. Young Added to Nevada’s Infamous ‘Black Book’

Gary F. Young Added to Nevada’s Infamous ‘Black Book’
Another name has just been added to Nevada’s “Black Book”, which includes a list of individuals prohibited from entering any of the state’s casinos.

Behind the Scenes of the Showboat Casino Closure and How it Will be Done

Behind the Scenes of the Showboat Casino Closure and How it Will be Done
When a casino shuts down, making an announcement over the loudspeaker and herding gamblers off the casino floor is only the beginning. Here's a look at what takes place behind the scenes:

New York Post Asks if Phil Mickelson Will be Charged With Insider Trading

New York Post Asks if Phil Mickelson Will be Charged With Insider Trading
The Sunday New York Post reports that golfer Phil Mickelson could be looking at a lengthy prison sentence if found guilty of insider trading.

Chris Christie Law Firm Bills $780,000 for Sports Betting Case, Other Items

Chris Christie Law Firm Bills $780,000 for Sports Betting Case, Other Items
The law firm hired to defend Gov. Chris Christie's administration in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal has charged the state another $780,000 for work this summer.

Nevada Gambling Revenue Inches Upwards in July

Nevada Gambling Revenue Inches Upwards in July
State officials say Nevada gambling revenue was up less than 1 percent in July compared with the same month last year.

Study Finds Gamblers Brains Are Similar to Those of Pigeons

Study Finds Gamblers Brains Are Similar to Those of Pigeons
Psychologists at Warwick University, in the United Kingdom have concluded that gamblers brains are similar to those of pigeons.

888 CEO Brian Mattingley to Step Down

888 CEO Brian Mattingley to Step Down
888 Holdings Chief Executive Brian Mattingley will step down from the day-to-day running of the online gambling company next year and become chairman in a management restructuring, 888 said on Wednesday.
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