The Russian poker Vitaly Lunkin is not happy to visit Las Vegas to take part in the World Series of Poker event in 2014.
He said that he had plans to visit Las Vegas and to try his luck out at the WSOP event. But, he did not get the tickets for the trip to Las Vegas at a price that he could afford. It was way too expensive for him and this is why he decided to not visit the WSOP in Las Vegas in 2014.
Vitaly said that he was at the crossroads and did not know what to do. He said that he has had enough experience of Las Vegas after visiting there for a couple of years. Vitaly thoroughly enjoyed his stay and play at the WSOP Las Vegas event, but felt that he did not feel that it was the right place for him. He has taken time off to visit all the shows and seen most of what Las Vegas has to offer. He feels that there is nothing more to experience in Las Vegas as well. Continue reading Vitaly Lunkin Fed Up With Las Vegas
The recent poll shows that the planning on adding casinos in North Jersey is losing its grip.
The media campaign for pushing the approval of the ballot question in November has been terminated as per reports. The latest ads from Our Turn NJ came into limelight on 10th
of September. With the objective to put casinos near to New York City, 5 video ads were released by the group last month as per its YouTube page. Jeff Gural, the chairman of Meadowlands Racetrack and Paul Fireman, the former chairman of Reebok are the main supporters of the group. They have proposed individual casino projects of their own in North Jersey. Majority of Gov. Chris Christie and Garden State lawmakers are supporting the idea to break the casino of Atlantic City. However, voters are showing hesitance towards this step.
Both Gural and Fireman issued a statement this week stating that the expansion of gaming in North Jersey is a great opportunity that should not be wasted. These two men have invested $4 billion in the state of New Jersey to develop some high class resort destinations that would have gaming. Continue reading Media Campaigns For Casinos
Native American groups’ casinos from the Native American groups took in US$ 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.
Continue reading The tribal gaming revenue hit a new level