January 29, 2010
Looks like Delaware is joining the casino gaming world and truly having the full experience at it's casinos. New Jersey's tiny neighbor to the south now poses a bigger threat to Atlantic City's $3.9 billion casino market.
In a final legislative vote Thursday, Delaware's Senate legalized Atlantic City-style table games such as blackjack, poker, craps and roulette. Gov. Jack Markell immediately signed the bill into law.
Atlantic City is already playing 3rd to Pennsylvania in revenues - what's next? Probably 4th place to Delaware.
At Delaware legalizes table games at its casinos
January 22, 2010
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January 15, 2010
Casinos in Massachusetts? There may be no more electric debate coming to Beacon Hill this year, as legislators take up an issue that polarizes the state and its leaders every time it arises. This article (link below) features the man behind making it happen.
Why do we want them? Some covet the new jobs and tax dollars that expanded gambling could bring in; others are troubled by the prospect of adding slot machines and blackjack tables to a state already among the highest in per-capita lottery spending.
But there’s another aspect as well. If casino gambling is legalized - an idea that looks far more likely now that the state’s three top leaders agree on it - it would introduce a whole new industry to the Bay State, attracting international casino developers and demanding a new set of regulations.
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January 8, 2010
That's right - it's just a matter of time before these state casinos start rolling the dice It's now just a matter of time before blackjack, roulette, craps and poker are added to Pennsylvania's casinos. Gov. Ed Rendell on Thursday signed the bill making table games legal.Casinos can add up to 250 tables each, but it will be far less than that at the Hollywood Casino at Penn National in Grantville; at least for now.
"We're looking at perhaps 40 to 50 tables to start," Penn National spokesman Fred Lipkin said. "It'll be the traditional mix of blackjack, craps, roulette and we'll also be setting up a poker room."
At Hollywood Casino Should Have Table Games by Summer
January 1, 2010
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