Are Casinos of Interest to New Millennials? (Part Two)

Are Casinos of Interest to New Millennials? (Part Two)

Posted by: on Nov 28, 2016 | No Comments

Having seen the crossroads of technology and gambling, the question arises: Which is the path best taken to bring back the younger generation to casinos.

According to the Applied Analysis for the Association

Are Casinos of Interest to New Millennials?

Are Casinos of Interest to New Millennials?

Posted by: on Nov 21, 2016 | No Comments

Gaming might be a popular activity on a mobile device or phone but for some years, the gaming industry has been looking at a bleaker picture when it comes to footfalls in halls, casinos and other physical venues. The American Gaming Association,

Michael Shackleford: Meet the  Wizard of Odds

Michael Shackleford: Meet the Wizard of Odds

Posted by: on Sep 21, 2016 | No Comments

Before we meet the Wizard of Odds, let’s take a short look at the yellow brick road that is paved by mathematics and economics on one side and gambling and gaming theory on the other side. Mathematics and gambling are intertwined; however, mathematics is considered a much more socially acceptable field

Michigan’s Gun Lake Casino to Double its Size with a $76 Million Expansion

Michigan’s Gun Lake Casino to Double its Size with a $76 Million Expansion

Posted by: on Apr 14, 2016 | No Comments

The Gun Lake Casino in Wayland, Michigan has announced a $76 million expansion plan that is expected to nearly double its size. Ed Pigeon, vice chairman of the Gun Lake Tribal Gaming Authority Board said in a news release on January 7, 2016,

Phil Ivey: The Tiger Woods of Poker

Phil Ivey: The Tiger Woods of Poker

Posted by: on Dec 15, 2015 | No Comments

Phillip Dennis Ivey Junior was born on February 1, 1976 in Riverside California and moved to one of the biggest gambling states, New Jersey, when he was three months old. Before you start to wonder if the likeness to Tiger Woods is

Will the Gaming Votes Initiative be a Game Changer?

Will the Gaming Votes Initiative be a Game Changer?

Posted by: on Dec 5, 2015 | No Comments

Americans will elect their 45th President on November 8, 2016. Other than the fact that a casino magnate is the early Republican frontrunner in the polls, there has been another unique feature of this election, in favour of the gaming

Halloween: It’s the Season to be Gambling

Halloween: It’s the Season to be Gambling

Posted by: on Nov 11, 2015 | No Comments

While all festivals fuel the gaming world, Halloween – the predominantly American festival of remembering the dead – is one that sees myriad bonuses on offer, both for online gamers and casino goers. The celebrations begin well in advance and

Casino di Venezia – The Mother of Modern Day Casinos

Casino di Venezia – The Mother of Modern Day Casinos

Posted by: on Oct 22, 2015 | No Comments

While taking a ride on a gondola at the Grand Canal in Venice, you will come across several impressive structures of varying origins – from the Fondaco houses of the 13th century to the ones that speak of Byzantine

Implications of Legalizing Casinos in Israel

Implications of Legalizing Casinos in Israel

Posted by: on Oct 10, 2015 | No Comments

Yariv Levin, Israel’s Tourism Minister, confirmed on September 23, 2015, while speaking on national radio that there is indeed a proposal, backed by Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, to legalize casinos on mainland Israel at last.

Atlantic City Casinos in Peril: Will Governor Christie Come to the Rescue?

Atlantic City Casinos in Peril: Will Governor Christie Come to the Rescue?

Posted by: on Sep 28, 2015 | No Comments

With four out of the 12 casinos in Atlantic City shutting down in the last eighteen months, Wall Street gas been speculating about what these changes indicate. Some believe that the market is right sizing, since the demand for