Posts Tagged ‘las vegas’

December 15th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The opening of the Cosmopolitan casino in Las Vegas marks the final large scale casino to be opened in in Sin City – at least for the time being. Cosmopolitan is expected to open on Wednesday night. Gamblers will be able begin wagering as early as 8 PM. […]

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September 12th, 2010 – by Jimmy For many, the San Francisco 49ers were expected to be the new champs of the NFC West however those expectations may need to be adjusted as the Niners find themselves one game in the hole after losing to the Seattle Seahawks, 31-6. This game went anything but as expected. […]

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August 13th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The Nevada Gaming Control Board has recently announced that the gambling win through the gambling centers in the state have continued a decline over the month of June. The decrease that occurred in June has also set a record – three consecutive years of a declining gambling revenue. […]

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August 4, 2010-  By Bryan Cross As the debate and proposals continue to rage on relating to the legalization of online poker and other online gambling games, the nations largest gambling industry, Las Vegas, is ready to jump on the band wagon if and when the law comes to pass. “Clearly it’s in the best […]

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June 11th, 2010 – by Glen Farmer The gambling haven that is Nevada has been faced with a financial situation that is a rocky outcrop of revenue. In negotiating this outcrop, the state’s casinos have been faced with a series decline in revenue. In April of 2010, the gambling win, or how much the casino […]

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May 19th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross The Las Vegas area is looking for renewed tourism in the area, as the economy has caused the gaming industry and market, along with others casinos across the country to struggle. In December of 2009, a new hotel and casino opened in Las Vegas called CityCenter, which the industry […]

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April 9th, 2010 – by Glen Though Nevada casinos, like many around the United States, have been suffering from declining revenue, the month of February had finally shown some improvements. The marked improvement, which benefit the Las Vegas Strip above any other, had been a total increase of revenue to the tune of 14 percent. […]

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March 13, 2010 – By Glen Farmer Many of the states in the Union have been faced with budget shortcomings. Nevada, a state that relies very heavily on voluntary spending, has taken one of the harshest blows. Problem gambling treatment has long been part of the state’s budget. The treatment was recently ready to lose […]

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