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Will Hurricane Earl Affect Online Casinos Based in the Caribbean?

For reasons that are both practical (i.e. you can’t do it in the US) and financial (tax breaks) many online casinos are home based in the Caribbean islands. As I said, by locating on the islands, they can avoid paying hefty taxes and circumvent gambling laws in countries like Canada and the United States. However, […]

A State Run Casino in South Central Kansas? Could Happen.

More news that I just picket up from an Associated Press report. I am just fascinated by the number of counties and states that want casino gambling as a way of raising revenues. Hypocrites. If states weren’t so cash starved, you and I both know we wouldn’t have so many state run casinos. Not that […]

Opening the Doors to Casinos in New York City; Video Terminals to be Installed at Aqueduct Racetrack

After nine years of on-again, off-again movement, the Aqueduct casino project now seems all but certain to be a done deal. Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, as expected, has given his approval to Genting New York’s bid, the final of three sign-offs needed in order for the state to now move ahead and sign a memorandum […]

Arkansas Now Has a Lottery; but Legalized Casinos May Have to Wait A While

If you thought that the passage and start up of a state run lottery would open the floodgates to gambling in the great state of Arkansas (LOVE the Razorbacks…I go back to Frank Broyles)…. you were wrong. At least for now. A legislative proposal  to offer casino gambling in seven counties in Arkansas — including Miller […]



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