June 25, 2010

Casino Coin Chips Display Case Cabinet


Handcrafted in solid furniture grade beech hardwood with elegant furniture finish, the brass hardwares and felt fabric background create a stunning display. A glass door keeps inquisitive fingers away, as well as dust.

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June 18, 2010

Mass Senate Ready to Pass Casino Bill


Even more news on the casino front here in Massachusetts - and it looks like the bill this time does not guarantee an Indian tribe get one of the casinos.

Massachusetts lawmakers are estimating three proposed casinos would generate up to $1.8 billion in gambling revenues each year and add 12,000 jobs to economy.

Massachusetts would receive a quarter of those revenues -- up to $450 million a year -- under a bill released by the state Senate Friday. In a major change from an earlier version, one of the three casinos would no longer be guaranteed for an Indian tribe.

Via Boston.com

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June 11, 2010

Nevada Casino Winnings Down 5.7% in April - Yuck


That's right folks - things are still down in Vegas. COME ON PEOPLE - Gamble! Hehehe. Regulators say monthly casino winnings in Nevada decreased 5.7% in April, to a little more than $810 million, compared with the same month a year ago.The state Gaming Control Board reported Wednesday that state tax collections based on those winnings was just under $40 million, or 23.4% less than last year.

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June 4, 2010

New Jersey Lawmakers Open to More Online Casinos


Yeah - it's about time people realized the online gambling space and money is just being sent overseas where we could all benefit from the money and tax revenue here in the US.

New Jersey lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow Garden State residents to make online bets on Atlantic City's casino games. Senate Wagering and Tourism Committee Chairman Jim Whelan says more than 500,000 people in New Jersey already play poker on the Internet.

“This is an attempt to regulate what is already taking place in the state,” says Whelan, “generate some revenues for the state, and do it through the Atlantic City casinos so that hopefully they will be able to have some profit by it.”


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