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The World Series of Poker is announcing a record 62 events for its 2013 tournaments in Las Vegas.
FM News 100.5 KXNT–02/18/2013
A Nevada gambling regulator says eight Las Vegas area residents have been arrested in a New York City police investigation of illegal bookmaking and money laundering, including the sports book chief at the M Resort in Henderson.
During a state-of-the-industry speech Tuesday, American Gaming Association chief Frank Fahrenkopf Jr. is expected to focus on the popularity of online gambling abroad, while Congress and federal regulations prohibit Internet poker and other games in the U.S.
Antigua and Barbuda is threatening unspecified sanctions against the U.S. if the federal government fails to lift a trade “blockade” preventing the island from hosting Internet gambling, a top government official from the island nation said Wednesday.
Nevada recorded its second $1 billion gaming revenue month of 2012 during July.
Sunday marks the true beginning of the NFL season and the chance to get rich is always an option in Nevada.
A lawsuit filed by Las Vegas sports betting giant Bill Walters claims people are being tricked into thinking they’re buying betting advice from him.
The expansion of casino gambling has continued rapidly over the last several years, nowhere more fiercely than in the Northeast. There is serious disagreement within the industry as to whether the market is oversaturated or whether there is room for further growth.
A Roman Catholic priest from Nevada is due at a low-security federal prison in Texas to begin serving three years and one month for embezzling $650,000 from his Las Vegas parish to support a gambling habit.