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Written by:
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Sep/28/2008

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Gambling News

Newest Downtown Vegas Casino Set to Open, Pandemic or Not

Newest Downtown Vegas Casino Set to Open, Pandemic or Not

If the 1,000-seat sports betting auditorium at the Circa Resort & Casino doesn’t get you, maybe the six rooftop swimming pools will.

The Buffet is Back at Hard Rock Casino....But Reinvented

The Buffet is Back at Hard Rock Casino....But Reinvented

Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is the first casino in Atlantic City to reopen their buffet as a new socially distanced all-you-can-eat concept. The newly reopened Fresh Harvest safely delivers all the classic comforts and international favorites of a buffet straight to the table for a one-time price of $29.99 per person. 

How Much Money Can You Make from Gambling?

If you are looking to make money from the gambling industry then you need to look at it from the simple way of the house and the player. The house always wins, is not just a saying, it is a reality. Over the long term players always lose, and just look at Vegas and other casinos around the world.

Accusations Levied Against William Hill for Cheating on In-Game Bets

Accusations Levied Against William Hill for Cheating on In-Game Bets

Nevada's William Hill operations have been accused of cheating players with in-game wagers, accusations that Hill calls "outrageous".

Moving from Online Gambling to Virtual Reality Gambling 

Online gambling is one of the most flourishing businesses worldwide. A large number of people visit the internet to bet on their preferred sports and games.  In the last few decades, it has witnessed rapid growth due to technological innovations and advancement.

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