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Oct 11, 2014

Revel AC Sold, Taj Mahal Union Offer, SLS Rebate and Caesars Default Notice

Brookfield Asset Management’s bid of $110 million for Revel in Atlantic City was accepted by Chief U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Gloria Burns this week. The company plans to reopen Revel as a casino. No

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Oct 4, 2014

Revel, Change it 21, Adelson Wynn, Taj Mahal

A subsidiary of Brookfield Asset Management won the Revel bankruptcy offer on a bid of $110 million. That is less than a nickel on the dollar for a resort that cost $2.4 billion

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Aug 4, 2014

PrivateTable.com Launches Play Money at California’s First Online Poker Room

In the past few weeks, a California Indian Tribe named Santa Ysabel has been making noise in the online gaming, and specifically in online poker, industry after releasing what it claims will be

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May 1, 2014

New Hampshire Gambling Bill

In a hearing scheduled for Wednesday, the New Hampshire House of Representatives will vote to allow for two gaming licenses. The introduction of gambling to New Hampshire could help stem some of the

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Apr 22, 2014

Crimea Casino Prospect Under Putin’s Consideration

Russian president, Vladimir Putin, has proposed an amendment to Russian law allowing for a gambling zone to be established in the Crimean peninsula. This would be Russia’s fifth gambling zone and a huge

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Apr 18, 2014

Vote for Cedar Crossing Iowa Casino Rejected

The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission voted down a reported $164 million gaming license proposal on Thursday April 17, 2014. The vote came in at 4 to 1. Their position was that a

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Apr 15, 2014

Phil Ivey Being Sued by Borgata Casino for $9.6m in Baccarat Dispute

Phil Ivey, the youngest poker player to win nine WSOP bracelets, was brought up on charges of cheating by the Borgata Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. The alleged incident occurred back in

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