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Tag: Las Vegas

Archie Karas Arrested on Suspicion of Cheating at Barona Casino in San Diego

Archie Karas arrested on suspicion of cheating at Barona Casino in San Diego.

Director of Poker Operations Craig Lumpp Discusses Changes To Bellagio Poker Room

PokerNews chats with Bellagio's director of poker operations Craig Lumpp about recent and upcoming changes to Bellagio Poker Room.

Five Thoughts:'s Launch, Matusow's Rant on Poker Night in America, and More

Five Thoughts looks at the launch, Mike Matusow's blow up on Poker Night in America, and more. Real-Money Site Open for Business in Nevada

The World Series of Poker launched its real-money online poker room in Nevada on Thursday, Sept. 19.

World Poker Tour World Championship Moving to Borgata in Atlantic City in 2014

The World Poker Tour World Championship will be moving to the Borgata in Atlantic City, N.J. in 2014. to Launch Real-Money Online Poker in Nevada on Sept. 19 will launch its real-money online poker site in Nevada on Thursday, Sept. 19 at 9:19 a.m. PST.

Recap of the Real Money Poker Conference Call

On Monday, a conference call was held to preview Caesars’ first foray into regulated online poker in the U.S. with the launch of online poker in Nevada.

Antonio Esfandiari on Filming Cameo in 20th Century Fox's Upcoming Film Runner Runner

Antonio Esfandiari recently filmed a cameo for the upcoming film Runner Runner. Here he talks about his experience with PokerNews.

Inside Gaming: Hard Rock Proposal Voted Down in West Springfield Mass., and More

This week, Inside Gaming looks at West Springfield’s vote on the Hard Rock proposal, a potential Catawba Indian project in North Carolina, and a change in management in the Philippines.

Online Poker Deal Between 888 and Golden Gaming Receives Preliminary Approval

Nevada gaming regulators have given preliminary approval to a marketing agreement between Golden Gaming and offshore online poker operator 888 Holdings.

Phil "Unabomber" Laak on His Cameo Appearance in Upcoming Runner Runner Film

Phil "Unabomber" Laak filmed a cameo for the upcoming film Runner Runner. Here he talks about his experience with PokerNews.

Inside Gaming: Atlantic City's Woes, Wynn vs. the Boston Mayor, and Versace in Macau

Atlantic City continues to struggle, Steve Wynn is entrenched in a battle with the Mayor of Boston, and Versace is building a hotel for a casino-resort in Macau.

Inside Gaming: Pinnacle Completes Purchase, Miccosukee Sue IRS and a $1 Million Mishap

In this week's Inside Gaming, we take a look at Pinnacle's big purchase, the Miccosukee's battle with the IRS, and a $1 million mistake at the Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati.

2013 World Series of Poker Raises $1.3 Million for ONE DROP Charity

The World Series of Poker raised more than $1.3 million for the ONE DROP Charity.

Inside Gaming: Further Studies Regarding Problem Gambling, Boston Bickering, and More

Are casinos ignoring problem gaming data? That and more in this week's Inside Gaming.

Five Thoughts: Bredin Overcomes the Odds, Perkins Tweets, Ivey Acts Goofy, and More

In this week's Five Thoughts we discuss Jonno Bredin's incredible win, Bill Perkins' tweet, Phil Ivey's Vine, and much more.

Inside Gaming: New York State of Mind, More for Macau, and Studying Problem Gaming

New York State may expand casino gambling, Macau continues to boom, and a UK group studies problem gambling.

2013 WSOP November Nine: Jay Farber

In the ninth and final of our 2013 World Series of Poker November Nine profiles, PokerNews takes a look at Vegas club promoter Jay Farber.