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Inside Gaming: Nevada Revenue Down as Strip Slides, Skill-Based Games at G2E

Nevada endured a down month for gaming revenue with the Strip in particular suffering a decline; meanwhile the G2E conference wraps up in Las Vegas.

Inside Gaming: Caesars Debt Woes Continue, Sands Gives Up in Florida, Showboat Bought Again

Caesars at a $2 billion "impasse" with creditors, bankruptcy looms; Las Vegas Sands gives up on Florida; and the Showboat Atlantic City changes hands again.

Famed Gambler Archie Karas Banned from All Nevada Casinos

Two decades after "The Run," Archie Karas has been placed in Nevada's "Black Book," officially known as Nevada's List of Excluded Persons.

Card Counter Sues Hard Rock Casino and Resort in Las Vegas

A New Jersey gambler sues the Hard Rock in Las Vegas on claims that the casino illegally detained him and confiscated $3,625 worth of casino chips in August 2015 after they witnessed him counting cards at a blackjack table. Nevada Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary This Saturday with Special Promo NV celebrates its two-year anniversary with special promotion.

Inside Gaming: Skill-Based Slots to NV, Fantasy Sports Talk, Debating Trump’s Casino History

Nevada regulators approve skill-based slots, legislator wants to examine daily fantasy sports' legality, and Donald Trump's record with casinos scrutinized.

Lax Anti-Money Laundering Controls on High Rollers Cost Caesar Palace Millions in Fines

FinCEN and Caesars Palace agree on an $8 million fine to settle a dispute caused by Caesars' "willful and repeated violations of the Bank Secrecy Act."

Inside Gaming: Offers PayPal Payment Option; Tom Brady Reinstatement Moves Lines

Two stories concerning Caesars Interactive and, Macau's continued troubles, and NFL betting lines highlight this week's "Inside Gaming."

Caesars Agrees to Pay $20 Million Penalty Over Anti-Money Laundering Lapses

Caesars Entertainment Corp has reached a $20 million deal with the Justice Department to settle charges over anti-money laundering lapses.

Inside Gaming: Las Vegas Club Shutters After Being Sold, a NY iPoker Hearing & More

This week’s Inside Gaming takes a look at the closing of one of Vegas' oldest downtown casinos, an online poker hearing in New York, and more.

Inside Gaming: Nevada, Macau Revenue Declines; Frissora’s First Earnings Call as Caesars CEO

Nevada and Macau both report monthly revenue declines, MGM denies plans to sell The Mirage, and Caesars' new CEO Mark Frissora reports second quarter gains.

Road to the 2016 WSOP: The 300-Day Grind Begins

Matthew Pitt has set his sights on building a bankroll for a trip to the 2016 World Series of Poker. Read his initial thoughts on realizing his goal.

Inside Gaming: Speculation Over MGM’s Mirage Sale Intensifies; Native American Gaming Revenue Up

MGM Resorts may be about to sell The Mirage, Native American gaming up again in 2014, and the Seminoles' agreement to deal blackjack in Florida is expiring.

Inside Gaming: Caesars’ Stock Swoons After Failure to Halt Bankruptcy Lawsuits

A judge rules creditors can pursue lawsuits against Caesars, meaning the parent company may face having to file bankruptcy; GLPI and Pinnacle merge.

Inside Gaming: Smoking Ban Might Hurt Macau, Judge Won’t Unseal Records in Sands Case, Boston Taking On Wynn

A bill to ban smoking in gaming venues might further hurt Macau, and in different lawsuits the Sands and Wynn Resorts face allegations of mob connections.

The Sunday Briefing: Mantas "bagoch" Bagočius Wins the PokerStars Sunday Million

The top online prize on Sunday was won by Mantas "bagoch" Bagočius, winning the PokerStars Sunday Million for nearly $170,000.

Inside Gaming: Trump Plaza To Stay Closed, GLPI Increases Pinnacle Bid, Gaming Grief in Greece

A deed restriction means the Trump Plaza won't reopen soon, GLPI increases its Pinnacle buyout bid, and a conflict in Greece affects Nevada slots companies.

The Sunday Briefing: "1K_a_Day" Takes Top Sunday Prize

The top online prize on Sunday was won by "1K_a_Day" for winning the PokerStars Sunday Million.

Inside Gaming: Frissora New Caesars CEO, Macau Down Again, Mickelson in the Rough

Mark Frissora takes over as CEO for Caesars, Macau's gaming revenue is down again, and golfer Phil Mickelson is linked to a federal money laundering case.

Dispatches from the WSOP: Filling the Void; or, Three Ways to Plug Holes in Your Game

In another of his "Dispatches from the WSOP," Nate Meyvis describes three areas on which players can focus to plus holes in their no-limit hold'em games.