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FBI Agents Pose as Cable Guys to Catch Gamblers in Las Vegas Hotel

FBI agents act as repairmen to catch illegal gamblers

- October 30, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

United States federal agents utilised a number of secretive techniques in an attempt to break alleged illegal betting operation inside a Las Vegas hotel, Associated Press has revealed. The FBI agents believed an illegal betting ring was operating inside a Las Vegas hotel having been tipped off by one of the hotel staff and they [...] Continue Reading

Huge Average Minimum Bet of $270 at Macau Casinos

Macau Casinos

- October 29, 2014 By Oliver Young -

According to a report on Money.Cnn, land based casinos in the world’s largest casino gambling hub have huge average minimum bet topping that of Las Vegas. Apparently, the Sin City is excellent place for shopping, dining and has great night life, but Macau is the go-to destination for serious casino gamblers. Based on the figures, [...] Continue Reading

Australians to Spend $26 Billion on Sports Betting in 2014

Australians to bet $26 billion on sports in 2014

- October 28, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

The Sunday Telegraph has learned that bettors in Australia will stake a total of $26 billion on horse racing and sports betting events in 2014 alone as the market enforces its reputation as a genuine Mecca for gambling operators. According to the report, the country residents will wager an average of $1,200 on this week’s [...] Continue Reading

Flawed Massachusetts Casino Laws Overturned

- October 27, 2014 By Samantha A. -

When it comes to putting casinos throughout the country, so many people are worried about the bad that is going to come with them – claiming that it outweighs the good of the state. This might be true, and for a lot of those people that do not see this situation in light, are now [...] Continue Reading

Casino Robbery Remains Mystery Even 22 Years Later

Stardust Hotel Casino

- October 27, 2014 By Oliver Young -

The end of last month marked the 22nd anniversary of the well-known Last Vegas casino robbery that still remains unsolved, reports 8NewsNow. Back in 1992, an employee at the former Stardust Hotel and Casino was accused of robbery. Bill Brennan allegedly walked out of the casino with half million dollars in chips in his hands [...] Continue Reading

Myanmar Set to Introduce Land-based Casinos for Foreigners Only

First casinos set to open in Myanmar near border crossings

- October 23, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

Myanmar is set to pass the latest gambling law that is designed to introduce land-based gaming establishments in three-star and higher hotels near border crossings, although it is important to note that such casinos will not be able to accept residents of the country. German news agency Deutsche Presse-Agentur has been in touch with a [...] Continue Reading

Taj Mahal Doesn’t Want Trump’s Name Taken Off

Trump Taj Mahal

- October 22, 2014 By Oliver Young -

Atlantic City’s Trump Taj Mahal Resort Casino has to meet a list of many demands if it doesn’t want to close its doors next month. One if the most successful businessmen in the US, Donald Trump, sued the casino at the beginning of August this year and wants his name taken off of it. Trump [...] Continue Reading

Bank Employee Avoids Jail Time After Stealing €100k and Gambling it Away


- October 21, 2014 By Nemanja L. -

Conor Egan, a bank worker from Ireland, has managed to avoid jail time despite stealing €100,000 from an Allied Irish Banks (AIB) branch in Kildare where he was employed. The 27-year-old stole the money from his employers on numerous occasions and then used it to fund his gambling habit, going almost a year without getting caught. [...] Continue Reading

Losing Bidder Seeks Revenge by Blocking Sale

- October 20, 2014 By Samantha A. -

The person below the ones at the top is upset over losing in the bidding war over the top selling casino in Atlantic City and now they seek to block the sale, and get the casino back in their hands. This man states that the auctioneers gave away the last bid to someone that was [...] Continue Reading

Legalization of Casino Gambling in Japan Delayed Again

Flag of Japan

- October 20, 2014 By Oliver Young -

The legalization of casino gambling in Japan will probably be delayed again, reports say. According to an official, this is a huge setback to gambling operators eager for the launch of the second biggest gambling market in Asia. Experts believe that the Japanese casino gambling market would be one of the largest untapped markets in [...] Continue Reading

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