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Nevada Casinos Pamper High Rollers to Keep Them Coming

Nevada Casinos Pamper High Rollers to Keep Them Coming

November 19th, 2013Written by admin

The recession brought down Nevada’s gambling revenues significantly, but the casinos are not ready to give up just yet. Their next step – is to encourage high rollers, who were more or less dormant during the financial crisis, to play more and more often. And how do they get them to do it? By showering […]

Nevada Wants Online Casinos – Gambling Commission Does Not Agree

Nevada Wants Online Casinos – Gambling Commission Does Not Agree

November 19th, 2013Written by admin

Earlier this month, Delaware and New Jersey have joined the online gaming bandwagon, by launching their online poker as well as casino gaming sites. Nevada, the first state to launch online gambling in the country, will be facing competition from online poker and casino sites in Delaware and New Jersey, and lawmakers in the state […]

Out With the Old & In With the New in Downtown Vegas

Out With the Old & In With the New in Downtown Vegas

November 15th, 2013Written by admin

The Las Vegas strip is no more the only popular place that gaming buffs want to go to. Downtown Vegas, with its new and exciting restaurants and casinos, is the new attraction today. A number of tourists to the Sin City, especially the young, prefer downtown Vegas to other places for obvious reasons – the […]

Boyd Gaming Launches Penny Lane Across Vegas

Boyd Gaming Launches Penny Lane Across Vegas

November 8th, 2013Written by admin

On November 3, 2013, Boyd Gaming has launched its all new Penny Lane feature across its casinos in Las Vegas and outside, in order to offer something better and more attractive to its patrons. Casino enthusiasts visiting the four Boyd properties in Vegas will get a chance to visit the company’s improved “Penny Lane” destination, […]

Siena Hotel in Reno Set to Offer Online Poker in Nevada in 2014

Siena Hotel in Reno Set to Offer Online Poker in Nevada in 2014

November 5th, 2013Written by admin

The list of upcoming online poker sites in Nevada has a new addition now. So far, all the casinos that have obtained licenses for offering online poker in the state are from Las Vegas. The latest entrant to join the list is from Reno, and will be the first ever online poker site based in […]

Nevada Casinos Continue to Profit – September Results In

Nevada Casinos Continue to Profit – September Results In

November 5th, 2013Written by admin

The profits continue to come in for casinos across Nevada, even though in lesser amounts. For the month of September this year, casinos in Nevada posted a growth of 7.4% in terms of the profits they generated. The state casinos took in a total of 958.7 million USD as revenue for the month, posting an […]

Downtown Las Vegas Gets a New Casino

Downtown Las Vegas Gets a New Casino

October 30th, 2013Written by admin

The newest casino of Las Vegas downtown was launched recently. The Downtown Grand Hotel, which opened unofficially in downtown Las Vegas, is unlike the retro casinos that populate the Old Vegas area. The Grand opened its doors to its guests on last Sunday, October 27, and aims at bringing the element of luxury to the […]

Nevada’s Online Gaming Regulations Modified

Nevada’s Online Gaming Regulations Modified

October 29th, 2013Written by admin

It has been only six months since Nevada launched its two online poker sites WSOP.com and Ultimate Poker and the board is already discussing changes to the regulations. Unlike other states like New Jersey, Nevada is not really looking beyond online poker at present, but has some significant changes to be discussed in the agenda, […]

Sands Survey Reveals Most People Opposed to Online Gaming

Sands Survey Reveals Most People Opposed to Online Gaming

October 29th, 2013Written by admin

On one hand, the Nevada state government and casinos in the state are trying very hard to build a robust online gaming market in the state to generate more revenue. On the other, Las Vegas Sands casino has come up with interesting results from a survey revealing that a majority of people in the country […]

NGCB to Discuss Online Gaming Rules, Not New Games

NGCB to Discuss Online Gaming Rules, Not New Games

October 25th, 2013Written by admin

The Nevada Gaming Control Board is meeting this week, and the agenda includes discussing the changes to be made to the existing rules for offering online poker in the state. While that is on one hand, the board made it clear that the meeting will not focus on the matter of adding new online casino […]

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