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Atlantic City casino must pay up for alleged tournament cheater
New York Daily News
Atlantic City casino must pay up for alleged tournament cheater. The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement ruled that the Borgata Casino must pay $500 to gamblers who played in their Winter Open with Christian Lusardi, who is charged with using ...
Atlantic City casino claims poker champ Phillip Ivey cheated to win $9.6 million
Were Phil Ivey's $9.8 Million Atlantic City Casino Winnings Fair or Foul?
Atlantic City casino paying poker players in tournament where fake chips were ...
Online gambling is up, but fails to lift AC casinos
New Jersey casinos brought in 15 percent more from online gambling in March over the previous month, but it wasn't nearly enough to offset the diminishing revenue from Atlantic City's long-struggling brick-and-mortar casinos. The state Division of ...
Atlantic City's March casino revenues fall
Atlantic City casino revenue down in March
Phil Ivey, poker pro, sued by Atlantic City casino for alleged cheating
An Atlantic City casino is suing a former World Series of Poker champion, claiming he won $9.6 million US in a card-cheating scheme in baccarat. The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Phillip Ivey Jr., considered one of ...
Suit claims he and an associate exploited a defect in cards made by a Kansas ...
Pro poker player Phil Ivey sued by Atlantic City casino Borgata
Phil Ivey being sued by Atlantic City casino for allegedly cheating them out ...
Rally calls for unionization of Revel casino workers
Press of Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY — Hundreds of people gathered outside the Revel Casino Hotel in Atlantic City this evening to support the creation of a union for the casino's employees. Local 54 of UNITE- HERE has previously said the casino workers are not protected in ...
Unionized Workers Turn Up The Heat On Revel Casino As Possible Sale Looms
Local 54 rallies to unionize Revel Casino & Hotel
For most Atlantic City casinos, 2013 was ugly
Caesars Entertainment Corp. last year slashed the value of three Atlantic City casinos by 89 percent, recording $2.2 billion in impairment charges, according to documents released Monday by the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. Over the last ...
Atlantic City casino profits plunged 35 percent in 2013
Atlantic City's casino industry earnings drop 35 percent in 2013
Atlantic City casino earnings fell 35 percent in 2013
Atlantic City Casinos Win $11.9 Million From Online Gambling In March
According to a state report released Monday, the city's casinos reported web gaming win of $11.9 million in March. That figure was a 15.2-percent increase compared to the $10.3 million in February. Revenues have steadily been climbing since the games ...
Atlantic City casino revenue down in February
New Jersey casino regulators say Internet gambling grew at a faster rate in March, its fourth full month as a legal option in the state. But it wasn't enough to keep Atlantic City's casinos from seeing their overall gambling income decline again. The ...
Atlantic City Places $20 Million Bet on Younger, Hipper Crowd
As Atlantic City's “Do AC” campaign enters its second year, the Atlantic City Alliance, a casino-funded marketing group, is refocusing its message, promoting specific events it hopes will pull in more tourists rather than emphasizing AC as a clean and ...