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Colorado Election Will Decide Whether to Approve Three Racetracks

Colorado Election Will Decide Whether to Approve Three Racetracks

October 16th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

Amendment 68 Would Allow Casino-Style Gambling at Arapahoe Park near Denver Colorado voters will decide this November whether to approve casino style gambling for Arapahoe Park, a Denver horse racing track. If approved, the measure will approve two other future... 

New Jersey Considers Legalizing Real Money Skill Gaming in the Near Future

New Jersey Considers Legalizing Real Money Skill Gaming in the Near Future

October 15th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

New Jersey Residents Might Soon Be Playing Candy Crush for Real Money The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement is seeking proposals from game developers to conduct real-money betting on skill-based games. Games like “Candy Crush Saga” from King... 

Chukchansi Casino Closed after Armed Standoff between Tribal Factions

Chukchansi Casino Closed after Armed Standoff between Tribal Factions

October 13th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

Two Armed Factions Took Control of Different Sections of the Chukchansi Casino U.S. District Judge Lawrence O’Neill closed down the Chukchansi Casino after an armed standoff between factions of the tribe erupted inside the casino. When the standoff happened,... 

Question 3 on November 3rd Mid-Term Elections Is the Casino Repeal Initiative

Question 3 on November 3rd Mid-Term Elections Is the Casino Repeal Initiative

October 11th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

Jeff Jacoby Wrote an Op-Ed Post in the Boston Globe Supporting the Casino License On Tuesday, November 3, Americans in all 50 states will turn out for the 2014 mid-terms elections. At stake will be 38 governorships, 33 senatorial seats, all 435 seats in the U.S.... 

Online Gambling CEO Calvin Ayre Is Not Hiding from the US Justice Department

Online Gambling CEO Calvin Ayre Is Not Hiding from the US Justice Department

October 10th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

Calvin Ayre Lives in Antigua, Which Has No Extradition Treaty with the United States Calvin Ayre, the founder of Bodog.com, is not hiding from the U.S. Justice Department. The DOJ charged in 2012 that the flamboyant Internet mogul with breaches of the 1961 Wire... 

Gaming Commission Says Wynn Resort Had No Role in Lightbody Scandal

Gaming Commission Says Wynn Resort Had No Role in Lightbody Scandal

October 9th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

James McHugh Says Wynn Resorts “Clearly” Had No Knowledge of Lightbody’s Role in the Land Deal Massachusetts Gaming Commission Chairman James McHugh said Wynn Resorts “clearly” had no role in the wrongdoing of three men associated... 

New Jersey Sports Betting Could Exceed Las Vegas Bookmaker Revenues

New Jersey Sports Betting Could Exceed Las Vegas Bookmaker Revenues

October 7th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

William Hill Sports Bar at Monmouth Park Could Become the William Hill Race and Sports Book The Las Vegas Sun believes sports gambling in New Jersey could dwarf the sportsbooks in Las Vegas. New Jersey’s proximity to the major metropolitan centers of New... 

U.S. District Judge Postpones Opinion on New Jersey Sports Gambling

U.S. District Judge Postpones Opinion on New Jersey Sports Gambling

October 6th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

Michael Shipp Is a Graduate of Rutgers and an Adjunct Professor at Seton Hall U.S. District Judge Michael Shipp was scheduled to have published an opinion on Monday in the New Jersey sports betting case, but he announced a postponement. The judge granted an extension... 

How the New Revel Casino Could Help with Atlantic City’s Turnaround

How the New Revel Casino Could Help with Atlantic City’s Turnaround

October 5th, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

Brookfield Manages Atlantis Casino in the Bahamas and Hard Rock Las Vegas, So It Has a Player Database Local officials are enthusiastic to learn that the new owners of Revel Casino want to operate a casino at the property. On Tuesday, Toronto’s Brookfield... 

Kauai Police Commissioner Convicted of Running Illegal Sports Betting Ring

Kauai Police Commissioner Convicted of Running Illegal Sports Betting Ring

October 3rd, 2014 Written by Christine Davies

Bradley Chiba Had Been Running His Betting Ring for 2 Years When He Was Appointed Police Commissioner On Friday, former Kauai Police Commissioner Bradley Chiba was sentenced to 6 months in prison for running an illegal sports betting ring. Chiba, 37, pleaded guilty... 

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