Patrik Antonius is a very popular poker player and was one of the kings of poker.
He was a successful player even before poker had established and was responsible for the poker boom. Antonius was a very popular online poker player and his good looks and gaming skills really gave him a superstar status. Patrick is not very active in poker these days after Full Tilt, the popular poker room online stopped its operations. He still loves the game and plays it from time to time.
Antonius is living in Monaco at present and is taking part in the PokerStars Championship in Monte Carlo. On the sidelines of this event, Antonio opened his heart out to the press and said that he was very happy with his life now. He loves spending time with his kids and family in Monaco and is not interested in spending a lot of time away from home. He feels that Europe is starved of bigger and regular poker games and this is the only drawback that he sees in this part of the world. He loves to play cash games and there are not enough opportunities in Monaco or nearby areas for the same. Continue reading Antonius Looking To Open Poker Room In Monaco
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.
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Card Player Magazine’s subscription is now standing at just $1 per issue with new a brand new Holiday Subscription Special.
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The magazine, along with an archive of over five-hundred issues, is now available to be seen in rich media flash variants or mobile-friendly HTML formats for every subscribers. Each of the issues would carry the newest industry news, player interviews, strategy columns and tournament results from brilliant poker minds like Bryan Devonshire, Ed Miller, Gavin Griffin, Bernard Lee, Steve Zolotow, Jonathan Little, Bob Ciaffone, Roy Cooke, Ben Yu and several others. If you already have the subscription, offer a gift to that very special pokerphile in your life at a divide of the original price.
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The moment is likely to come when the top seeded player is visiting Las Vegas to play for huge $45000 in 46th WSOP. Just have some inspiration from this top seeded poker player as he has left his house to become something. He is residing in Vietnam and has a good name and fame. He started professionally playing poker and earned a huge following. In simple way, many persons of this city as well as from other parts of the world will be able to see their ideal player.
This player has proved that if mettle used, no doubt the person will shine on any front. Since 1997, when he earned his first WSOP bracelet he never looked back. He got a break in the poker from a royal family of United States of America and got a fine take off. Now after a hard and dedicated work in this field, he lands very often in various parts of the world. Quick take offs are also become the part of life of Scotty as sometimes in one day he has to visit various cities of the world. Continue reading Luckiest Persons Will Meet The Top Star Scotty Nguyen This Year