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Atlantic City is reeling from the current economic crisis and the landmark of its casino strip, the Trump Taj Mahal, has filed for bankruptcy protection. It is one of three hotel casino operation
In a briefing with several of his colleagues, Republican Arizona Senator Jon Kyl called the Obama Economic Stimulus bill "a stinking, bloated, quivering pile of liberal pork." Yet amaz
If Jesus had passed an economic stimulus package similar to the one President Obama has proposed, we would still be paying for it. So says 2012 Libertarian Presidential hopeful, Wayne Allyn Root.
Las Vegas' colorful mayor, Oscar Goodman, wants President Barack Obama to apologize for saying that companies shouldn't visit Las Vegas using tax payers money.
"What's a better place, as I say, than for them to come here," Goodman told KLAS-TV. "And to change their mind and to go someplace else and to cancel _ and at the suggestion of the president of the United States _ that's outrageous."
A professional poker player who is in the Poker Hall of Fame is among the thousands of investors who were scammed out of money by con man financial manager Bernard Madoff.
California lawmakers are working to pass a measure that would legalize online poker. The state, which has been among the hardest hit by the current recession, would welcome some already existing
It may seem illogical. Head to Vegas and spend money gambling, dining, checking out the shows. But that's what economic stimulus is all about, getting people to spend....just do so wisely. Du
Paddy Power, Ireland's biggest bookmaker, plans to expand into Scotland with the opening of 80 more shops by 2011 with a stg£16m investment.
Throughout these trying times, Gambling911.com will be highlighting ways in which a fully legalized online gambling industry can help to stimulate the U.S.
Olympic gold medalist swimmer, Michael Phelps, was dropped by one sponsor this past week following the fallout of his "marijuana" usage at a party this past fall.
Kellogg Co became the first major consumer firm to terminate an endorsement relationship with Michael Phelps. The world's largest cereal maker said on Thursday it would not extend a contract with Phelps, who won 8 gold medals at the Beijing Olympics last summer. The company said the Phelps "bong incident" was inconsistent with its public image.
(Reuters) - Online gaming firm PartyGaming (PRTY.L) said on Friday it expects full-year earnings to beat forecasts even as the strong dollar impacted fourth quarter revenue, which fell 18 percent a
(Associated Press) Gov.
It turns out that in online poker winning really isn't everything.
The online poker craze appears to be going off the boil judging by 888 Holdings's fourth quarter figures, though the online gaming firm said its full-year 2008 earnings should meet
With all this doom and gloom Gambling911.com has been reporting about poker pros in dire straits due to the financial crisis, it's good to see that young ‘em Shannon Shorr may be taking some time
Gambling911.com has reported in recent weeks on big name poker players who appear to be getting hit by world economic crisis. Submitted by Ace King on, Feb/04/2009
The Super Bowl betting numbers are in and the results: A total of $81.5 million was wagered in the state's sports books on Super Bowl XLIII, an 11.5 percent decrease from the game's 2008 handle, ac
After intense pressure in the media, Wells Fargo Bank has decided to cancel a highly publicized trip next month to Las Vegas for employees as part of a gambling excursion. Many charged the financ
U.S. Rep. Barney Frank, a Massachusetts Democrat and head of the U.S.
"It was the best-case scenario for us to have the Steelers win and not cover," Hilton Sportsbook Director, Jay Kornegay told the Las Vegas Review Journal Monday.
For online sportsbooks, nearly 80 percent of the money line action was on the Arizona Cardinals to win outright. Betting on the Pittsburgh/Arizona spread was relatively even but for many books, the amount of bets taken favored the Steelers.
He finished in 60th place at the World Series of Poker last summer and came in 4th place in September's California State Poker Championship. Stuart Pfeifer may not be a big
There was a bright spot heading into this new week amidst what is otherwise a dark abyss known as the world economic meltdown. The 2009 Super Bowl has been deemed a success despite an economic re
Sportsbook.com and BetUS.com appear to be reaping the rewards of a mainstream press fixation with Super Bowl gambling. Both websites offer creative bet options and the necessary means for publici
Slightly more money was brought in on this year's multi-million dollar Super Bowl ad spots than last year, the parties are still taking place and of course 2009 Super Bowl betting will go on as it
Few events draw bigger crowds to Las Vegas than the Super Bowl and the betting frenzy that coincides with it - not to mention the huge parties. Celebrities descend upon Vegas in droves this weeke
As business and political moguls hobnob at the five-day Davos junket we will measure whether many of those who presided over blunders in business
European online gambling website operators will enjoy a huge advantage over their rivals in the UK according to a report in UK Marketing Week.
It never seems to end and some of us here at Gambling911.com have concerns this is just the tip of the iceberg. Financial problems have reportedly hit the son of poker legend Doyle Brunson.
Hilton sports book executive director Jay Kornegay told the Las Vegas Sun that there are more than 300 such wagers on the Hilton's sheets this year.
Rumors have been swirling in recent weeks that the Sands Bethlehem casino could be acquired by MGM.