Archive for September, 2012

Baccarat for Beginners

Baccarat for Beginners

With all the fuss these days around Texas hold ’em poker and blackjack when the best-known and traditional table games, Baccarat has taken a bit of a backseat. However, those who know and understand the game of Baccarat will hasten to tell you are one of the most interesting and fast-moving games you will find online. As its name suggests […]

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Asia Casinos Doubled Revenue | Caesars’ Place at the Table is 50% Larger Than Las Vegas Peers

Asia Casinos Doubled Revenue | Caesars’ Place at the Table is 50% Larger Than Las Vegas Peers

Asia Casinos Doubled Revenue Having Turned to Las Vegas Model The creation of Las Vegas-style integrated resorts in Macau and Singapore propelled more than a doubling in revenue for Asian and U.S. companies alike, including SJM, Genting, Galaxy, Melco, Las Vegas Sands, Wynn and MGM. Caesars’ and Penn National’s top-lines have been stagnant, held back by their U.S. concentration. Caesars’ […]

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Macau’s Casino Visitor Base Is Shuffling Within China

Macau’s Casino Visitor Base Is Shuffling Within China

Visitor growth to Macau has slowed notably and turned negative in mid-2012, compared to the heady 20% growth during much of 2011. While China accounts for more than 50% of Macau’s visitors and is near peak levels, the two most important specific regions for visitors, Hong Kong and Guangdong, have been declining since mid-2011. China’s Free-Spending Macau Tourists More Restrained […]

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Las Vegas Games, Odds & Hotels

Las Vegas Games, Odds & Hotels

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Macau vs. Singapore: Same Approach, Different Scale

Macau vs. Singapore: Same Approach, Different Scale

Singapore’s ability to generate gaming revenue of $4.5 billion from scratch in its second year begs the question of it stealing growth from Macau. Macau’s own growth in the same period and its massive scale of operations largely negate the concern. Macau is more likely to face self-inflicted cannibalization with its own planned expansion on the Cotai Strip. Macau Visitors […]

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Las Vegas tips

Las Vegas tips

Las Vegas like most big cities in America has parts of town where you do not want to go. Tourism is the life blood of the city, and the Mayor as well as the police force are well aware of that, making sure the Las Vegas Strip, and the Downtown casino area very safe places to be. They do say […]

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Where to stay in Vegas

Where to stay in Vegas

With so many options available it all boils down to what are you looking to do while you are in Vegas. Many people will opt to pick a hotel resort based on the players club card they hold the most popular of the players reward card belongs to Caesars Entertainment who own in Las Vegas Caesars Palace of course, along […]

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Gambling and the USA National Debt

Gambling and the USA National Debt

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Zynga’s new real-money gambling executive

Zynga’s new real-money gambling executive

Zynga has repоrtedly hired оnline gambling veteran Maytal Ginzburg tо run its real-mоney gambling ventures. Zynga has turned its ambitiоns tо оnline real-mоney gambling as its stоck prices have slumped tо a near-all time lоw tоday amid dоubt abоut its prоfitability with existing sоcial games. But its latest hire, first nоticed by Sоcial Casinо Intelligence, indicates that Zynga is in […]

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The best places to eat in Las Vegas

The best places to eat in Las Vegas

In order to compile a list of where the best places are to eat at in Las Vegas we thought why not ask our friends, and colleagues who work in the casino industry where they like to go out to eat on their night off. You can be sure that none of these selections are going to disappoint. Best Steak […]

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