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  • Casino News Roundup
    May 23, 2019

    This week’s casino news focuses in on news from three separate casinos in three different parts of the country. Let’s start off in Las Vegas where Caesars Entertainment has partnered with ESPN on a brand new deal:

    Caesars Entertainment, ESPN Ink New Deal For ESPN-Branded Studio

  • Poker News Roundup
    May 22, 2019

    This week’s poker news starts off with the reveal of the Memorial Day event at Hustler Casino. If you’re in the area, here are some more details to entice you to get over and join for your shot at the $150,000 prize:

    Hustler Casino Set To Host $150,000 Guaranteed Memorial Day Weekend Event

  • Super Bowl 54
    May 21, 2019

    Voluntary activities have just begun for NFL teams but some important news has already shifted the landscape. Washington Redskins linebacker Reuben Foster tore his ACL on Monday and is out for the season. Meanwhile, the Cleveland Browns are already dealing with a little bit of drama as Odell Beckham Jr. isn’t on-hand for his team’s activities as he works out on his own.

  • Poker News Roundup
    May 16, 2019

    This week’s poker news starts us off with a couple of big winners. We’ve also got some news for you on a celebrity-filled poker tournament, which you’re able to join if you’re up for supporting a good cause.

    Kenney Wins $2.7 Million As 2019 Triton Montenegro Main Event Champion

    One of the most successful poker players has added to his winnings.

  • Casino News Roundup
    May 15, 2019

    This week’s casino headlines start us off in Las Vegas where the owner of the Treasure Island wants to add to his collection. Are any other casinos on The Strip up for sale, though?

    Treasure Island Owner And Billionaire Phil Ruffin Looking To Expand

  • Preakness Stakes 2019
    May 14, 2019

    Although it’s time for the second jewel of the Triple Crown, the impact and controversy from the first still loom large over the 2019 Preakness Stakes. The best horses in world will head to Baltimore, Maryland and the Pimlico Race Course where the 144th edition of the Preakness Stakes will take place.

  • Casino News Roundup
    May 09, 2019

    It was a week of business news in the casino world as three North American casinos made headlines for very different reasons. Let’s start with the Wynn Resorts in Massachusetts where it seems like the never-ending drama has finally come to an end.

    Wynn-Massachusetts Saga Comes To An End As Wynn Resorts Slapped With $35 Million Fine

    It’s finally over. The Wynn Resorts drama with the Massachusetts Gaming Commission has come to a conclusion and the result is that Wynn will have to pay a $35 million fine but they’ll still open and operate as expected.

  • Poker News Roundup
    May 08, 2019

    This week’s poker news puts the spotlight on a few big victories, including a pair in Europe. We’ll start with Manig Loeser, who was one of the biggest winners of the week.

    Loeser Wins 2019 EPT Monte Carlo Main Event Winner

    There are always some funny jokes passed around whenever Manig Loeser wins. Pun-filled headlines aside, he was a big winner this past week at the EPT Monte Carlo event.

  • UFC 237 odds
    May 07, 2019

    After more than a year outside of the Octagon, Women Strawweight champion Rose Namajunas will make her highly anticipated return when she defends her title at UFC 237. Oddly enough, the champ is an underdog to the challenger, Jessica Andrade. Let’s take a closer look at that matchup as well as the rest of the main card, including all the latest betting odds:

    Rose Namajunas vs. Jessica Andrade
    Odds: Andrade -130

  • Casino News Roundup
    May 02, 2019

    It was a busy week for Las Vegas in the headlines as three of their casinos made news. One casino sold, one made cutbacks and one could soon be up for sale. Here’s what you missed:

    Dragon Hotel And Casino Sells To Construction Company

    Snow Covered Capital has cut its losses with the Dragon Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The Asian-themed casino was sold to construction mogul Don Ahem, who picked it up for just $36 million.