December 25, 2009

Casino 6-Deck Automatic Card Shuffler - Shuffle Those Cards


We're always looking for ways to improve our home game and this shuffler fits the bill. Make dealing a snap with this Automatic Card Shuffler. Battery-operated shuffler has a 6-deck capacity and shuffles standard or bridge-sized playing cards. Requires 4 "C" batteries (not included). Playing cards sold separately.

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December 18, 2009

Casino Dealer Visor - Perfect for Dealing Chips


Casinos, chips, and dealer go hand and hand and so does wearing one of these visors when you're dealing just the chips. One Size Fits All Dealer Visor is tinted green, and is plastic-billed. We love the look and clear green views.

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December 11, 2009

Atlantic City Casino Revenues Experience Double Digit Loss


Remember when the news was always good for caisinos? It seems lately the news is always about losses - and everyone here at Casino Snob is sick of it. Seems the east coast Vegas is experiencing year long decline to put the losses in the double digits.

Overall, Atlantic City's casinos took in$299.3 million in revenue for November, down 13.4 percent compared with the same month a year ago. Slot winnings declined 9.5 percent to $206.8 million, while table game revenue plunged 21 percent to $92.5 million, according to figures released Thursday by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission.

Good luck Atlantic City - we're going to hang in there with you and hope for an amazing 2010.


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December 4, 2009

Online Gambling Under Renewed Scrutiny - Go Figure

Like this is a big surprise according to Information Week Congress has begun to grapple with the thorny issue of online gambling and Congressman Barney Frank (D-Mass.) has indicated he'll push new legislation that will legalize some forms of online gambling while regulating the practices at the same time.

At Frank's House Financial Services Committee hearing Thursday, supporters and opponents of Internet gaming alternately advocated for and condemned online gambling, which is said to add up to $16 billion a year with most of that figure coming from U.S. bettors.

Via InformationWeek

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