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Tag: Las Vegas

The Nightly Turbo: Updated November Nine Odds, Black Friday Bank Shut Down, and More

The World Series of Poker Main Event is down to three players, and the odds in Vegas have changed to reflect the massive chip lead by Pius Heinz.

PokerNews Weekly: November 4, 2011

Sarah Grant gives you the scoop on all things poker from the last week.

2011 World Series of Poker November Nine Social Media Guide

A look at all of the social media outlets for the 2011 World Series of Poker November Nine players, and media.

The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars Cracks Down on U.S., Alan Meltzer Passes Away, & More

PokerStars is cracking down on U.S. players still playing on the site, and recreational high-stakes poker player Alan Meltzer has passed away.

MGM and Boyd Gaming Strike Deal with Bwin.Party to Form Online Poker Venture

MGM & Boyd Gaming strike deal with Bwin.Party to form online poker venture.

Preparing for the 2011 World Series of Poker November Nine: Anton Makiievskyi

Each year the final tablists of the WSOP Main Event take a four-month hiatus before reconvening in November. Find out what Anton Makiievskyi has done to prepare.

A Look at the Deep Stack Extravaganza IV with the Venetian's Kathy Raymond

PokerNews takes a look at the Venetian's Deep Stack Extravaganza IV with Kathy Raymond, Director of Poker Operations.

Inside Gaming: LV Mob Drama, MGM Goes Bollywood, and Sportingbet Leaves Turkey

This week, Inside Gaming brings you the bizarre business behind The Mob Experience, MGM's new plans for Indian non-casino casinos, and Sportingbet's rationale for selling its most profitable website.

Where Are They Now: 2003 WSOP Main Event Final Tablist, Tomer Benvenisti

We caught up with 2003 WSOP fifth-place finisher, Tomer Benvenisti, to see what he's been up to since the poker boom and how the final table changed his life.

Sin City Series: Home Game Poker Etiquette

Kristy Arnett and Sarah Grant demonstrate proper home game poker etiquette.

The Nightly Turbo: Bord Blasts Americans, November Nine Prop Bets, and More

NBC has cancelled the popular National Heads-Up Poker Championship, and defending World Series of Poker Europe Main Event champ James Bord has put American poker pros on blast.

Inside Gaming Crystal Ball Edition: Miami the New Macau? Future of Hooters? MGM Online?

In this forward-to-the-future edition, Inside Gaming looks at the Sands' plans for Miami, Hooters' struggle to make it to the future, and MGM's growth strategy.

Sin City Series: Cha Cha Velour

Sarah Grant chats with the teachers at the Las Vegas Burlesque School.

South Point Casino's Michael Gaughan Announced Debut of

On Wednesday, Michael Gaughan, owner of the South Point Hotel, Casino & Spa in Las Vegas, announced the debut of, the first free-play online poker site launched by a casino-based and state-regulated property.

The Nightly Turbo: PokerStars Pro Sued By The Wynn, Campos and Elie Respond, and More

Team PokerStars pro Leo Fernandez cheated the Wynn out of roughly $700,000, and two of the men indicted by the Department of Justice on Black Friday have filed motions to dismiss their charges.

Off the Felt with Kristy Arnett

We sat down with Kristy Arnett to talk a little poker, sushi, and triathlons.

Inside Gaming: Caesars Takes on Asia, New Online Laws for Denmark, and More

Caesars breaks ground on its first hotel in China, the EU approves new Danish online gaming regulations, and in-room betting technology passes the Nevada Gaming Commission.

Inside Gaming: Germany's Online Gaming Strides, Caesars' Loveman Gets Political, & More

Find out about Germany's strides in online gaming, Caesars' CEO appointment to Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman's business advisory council, and more.

Sin City Series: The Emergency Arts

Emergency Arts is a new facility opened up in downtown Las Vegas featuring everything from coffee to erotic art. The space is completely unique and Sarah Grant went down to check it out.

Sin City Series: The Downtown Farmers Market

Downtown Las Vegas is home to a farmers that opens every Thursday. She finds out more about non-genetically modified foods by speaking with the vendors and operator.