Native American groups’ casinos from the Native American groups took in US$ 28.9 billion from gambling enthusiasts in the year 2014, as per Casino City’s Indian Gaming Industry Report that was unveiled on Thursday.
There were two-hundred-forty-three Native American tribes operating approximately 352000 gaming machines as well as almost 7800 table games in 489 gaming facilities throughout 28 states, said the report.
Even though the US$ 28.9 billion was actually a record, it was only a 2% raise compared to the year 2013. It was the 5th straight year that experienced a gaming revenue uptick. The tribal gaming is running quite well compared to casinos like those ones in Las Vegas. The Indian gaming garnered 43.5% of all casino in the United States gaming revenue in the year 2014.
The best thing is that the growth rate of non-gaming receipts at Indian gaming places was 5% year-over-year. The casinos in Nevada have seen a similar tendency of non-gaming facilities driving growth instead of casino floor. Las Vegas gaming gain has primarily been unaltered for the last few years.
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The season 11 is drawing to a close for the European Poker Tour by the end of this week, but enthusiasm is already being witnessed for of the season 12, as the pertaining announcement was made at the 2015 Grand Final of Monte-Carlo Casino EPT and PokerStars. These are amazing tournaments.
The EPT President Edgar Stuchly told that the starting with the stunning celebrations of EPT100 in August to the Grand Finale of the 11th EPAT in Monaco, the season has been a spectacular success so the organizers are overwhelmingly excited regarding the next season. He further said that more than €100 million have been awarded to players in the European Poker history for the first time and the season had a tremendous entry count of 60,000 players.
For the Season 12 six stops have been announced and the seventh spot will be decided in March. The tournament schedule will be featuring Barcelona, PokerStars Caribbean Adventure, Malta, Prague, Monte Carlo and Dublin. You can check the website for the calendar where you will have the details of the dates related to the above stops.
Barcelona has been a regular in the tour since the starting of Season 1 and the festivity witnessed here is massive. This “City Of Counts” will be eagerly expected again owing to its consistency in record breaking performances and also the Estrellas Poker Tour association. Continue reading Season12, European Poker Tour Schedule is highlighted by the inclusion of Dublin
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The US is home to numerous poker players who have featured in global based tournaments to leave an indelible mark.
There are many renowned champions who have squeezed out substantial bucks at high stakes tournaments. The immensity of these winnings has rendered many players who have fairly made notable accomplishments to be eclipsed. However, these underdogs still continue to shine though some are at the throes of oblivion. Michael DeMichele has been in the poker casinos for quite a long time and has appeared in high stakes games where he has performed incredibly well. His resume is magnificently endowed with a string of winnings that are worth going through.
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