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Gambling News 22-09-2020

Triple Zero Roulette is Pretty Much Everyflippingwhere in Las Vegas

It started innocently enough. An additional space showed up on a roulette table. It looked innocuous, just one additional space on one table at Venetian back in 2016, no big deal. The logo that started it all. Then triple zero roulette popped up at Planet Hollywood and New York-New York. No big deal, right? Well, […]

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Gambling News 21-09-2020

Oyo Las Vegas Reopens, Here’s the Skinny

The Oyo Las Vegas hotel-casino reopened on Sep. 16, 2020, so we had to check it out. By “check it out,” of course, we mean, “We lost $100 at blackjack in less than five minutes.” Seriously, we lost 10 out of the 11 hands we played. How is that even mathematically possible? We were happy […]

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Gambling News 15-09-2020

11 Places We’re Going When Las Vegas Gets Video Poker Bars Back

There are rumblings Las Vegas is about to get its video poker bars, and its groove, back soon. Bars (that don’t serve food) have been shut down for weeks due to the pandemic, including the most important bars, ones with video poker. Let’s just say we have some pent-up demand. While some bars have found […]

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Gambling News 22-07-2020

Boyd Gaming Launches Stardust Social Casino App

The Stardust was a beloved Las Vegas casino, and fans looking for a fix can now download a free social app named after the iconic resort, Stardust Social Casino. The Stardust app is free to play and available on iOS and Android mobile platforms. Do not ask why three of Boyd’s casinos—Main Street Station, Fremont […]

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Gambling News 08-07-2020

Casino Royale Loses Table Games, Gains Photo Op

It’s a time-honored tradition to hit Casino Royale for craps, but guests will have to set aside that tradition for now. The fabled Casino Royale continues to be an oddity on The Strip. It’s small. It’s cheap. And it has no resort fees. Now, Casino Royale also has no table games. Thanks for trying to […]

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Gambling News 18-06-2020

Gaming Control Board Requires Table Games Players to Wear Masks

These are surreal times, and here’s more evidence: Nevada’s Gaming Control Board is now mandating guests wear masks at casino table games when there’s no barrier between themselves and dealers. The move has the stated purpose of “mitigating the spread of COVID-19 between people who are in close contact with each other for at least […]

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Gambling News 08-06-2020

World Series of Poker 2020 to Take Place Online

The best-known poker tournament series in the world, the World Series of Poker (WSOP), will happen entirely online this year due to the COVID-19 crisis. The World Series of Poker, which typically happens at Rio Las Vegas, may have been postponed, but now players will have a chance to pursue a coveted WSOP bracelet from […]

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Gambling News 23-05-2020

Governor Sets June 4 Target for Reopening Las Vegas Casinos

Nevada’s Governor Steve Sisolak says the target for reopening Las Vegas casinos is June 4, 2020. Opening casinos on June 4 would mean the end of an agonizing, 486-month shutdown of the world’s most important industry aside from the manufacturing of Captain Morgan spiced rum. When the fun starts. The Governor is expected to announce […]

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Gambling News 28-01-2020

ATMs at Las Vegas Casino Table Games Are Officially a Thing

The D casino announced it now offers what amounts to ATMs at its table games, and the Internet sort of lost its mind. In a news release, The D shared it has “officially debuted a new automated cashless gaming system, ACS PlayOn, for all table games.” The release continues, “Offering a convenient experience for guests, […]

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Gambling News 18-09-2019

Battle of Malta 2019: Schedule, Changes and Packages

The Battle of Malta 2019 is less than a month away. The prestigious, award-winning tournament will start on Wednesday, October 16th and run for seven days with a record number of 27 different events. The buy-in for the main event is €555 and it will come with a hefty guarantee of €1,000,000. Last year this […]

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