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In honor of military servicemembers, retirees and their families, the Barona Resort & Casino in San Diego is holding a week-long celebration that kicks off Nov. 17, corresponding with Veterans Day. The casino will offer Hot Seat promotions and a chance at winning $500 every half hour from 10 am to 10 pm. It will
Pennsylvania is already reaping the rewards of the gambling expansion it passed earlier this week. The state received a $1 million fee from Valley Forge Casino to change the terms of its resort category license. Now Valley Forge can operate as a full-access casino. Valley Forge was waiting with the money in hand, ready to
What was once known as Sutter’s, founded in 1929 and rebranded as Bay 101 in 1994, the newly reborn Bay 101 did away with its past in favor of a $53 million relocation and facelift, offering a completely modern look. The new Bay 101 is feng-shui certified and boasts of 68,000 square feet of floor
This Thursday morning a line formed outside the Trump Taj Mahal Resort as people looked for a chance to purchase its contents at a clear out price. The casino resort is undergoing a 60-day liquidation sale in order to rid itself of all its assets. Doors opened at 10 a.m. and among the most sought
The owners of TEN casino, formerly known as Revel, have been slapped with a $62,000 lien for unpaid fines. The claim was issued by New Jersey Superior Court Judge Julio Mendez this week for sums of money owed dating back to 2015. According to Florida-based developer Glenn Straub, owner of the former Revel, he should
Hustler Casino in Gardena, California is gearing up for the Liz Flynt Spring Poker Classic. It begins today, April 21 with a $500,000 guaranteed, $350 buy-in tournament with 10 starting flights. The Spring Poker Classic promises more than $1 million in guarantees. There is an unusual format to this starting event that, if it works,
Once the Monte Carlo closes the doors to its eight-table poker room next month Las Vegas will be down to about one quarter of the tables it had a decade ago. The shutdown is part of the $450 million renovation that will be taking place at the casino and is nothing new to the industry
It looks like poker fans in Indiana could soon have a new place to play cards. The Vigo County Commissioners gave their approval in an unanimous vote last week to allow a new casino in Terre Haute. Permission to construct the new casino would be given to one of the state’s longest-running gaming operators. The