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Thursday, August 16, 2018

Gamblit Gaming introduces Gamblit TriStation to New Mexico

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Casino City Times
Gamblit Gaming introduces Gamblit TriStation to New Mexico
The innovative, single-player hardware is now live at Route 66 Casino Hotel signifying the expansion of the placement of Gamblit TriStations throughout the United States.
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Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun report dip in July win

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World Casino News
Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun report dip in July win

Connecticut’s two tribal government casinos, Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun on Wednesday both reported decreases in slot machine revenue for July from the same time last year. According to The Day newspaper… The slot report from the Mohegan Sun reportedly showed its win after payouts was $55 million. That is 1.5 percent less than […]
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Former WSOP Main Event Champ Ryan Riess Wins Big in Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open

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Casino News Daily
Former WSOP Main Event Champ Ryan Riess Wins Big in Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open

The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood is definitely Ryan Riess’ lucky poker venue. The player recently scooped his third poker title at the casino after besting the 91-person field of the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open $10,000 One-Day event. Riess collected $236,838 for his performance and the tournament trophy.

The event took place on Monday at the host venue. As mentioned above, it drew 91 entrants who created a prize pool of $873,600 to absolutely smash the $500,000 guarantee. The event’s structure provided for fast and furious action at the poker tables. It featured 30-minute levels this year, a change from previous editions of the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open festival. The top 12 finishers received a share of the money, with min-cashes kicking off from $21,857.

Poker pro Aaron Mermelstein was the unfortunate bubble boy to bust out in 13th place. He was followed by James Calderaro whose twelfth-place finish secured him with the first payout of the tournament.

Notables who failed to make it into the money included Elio Fox, who topped the field of the SHRPO $50,000 Super High Roller just a couple of days ago, and WPT champ James Romero. Stephen Chidwick, Barry Hutter, and Ben Yu were among the tournament regulars to cash from the One-Day event, but failed to claim the title.

Final Stage of Play

The short levels allowed players to reach the final stages of the tournament quite quickly. It was not that long before Riess and Ray Qartomy were the last two players left in contention. Riess was the chip leader ahead of heads-up. He came on top the chip counts chart late into play to never look back. As for Qartomy, it can be said that he controlled action throughout the greater portion of the final table.

Instead of squaring off for the title, the two remaining finalists decided to strike a deal and split what had left of the prize pool based on their chip counts. Riess was thus crowned the tournament’s champion and collected the lion’s share of the prize pool, good for $236,838, while Qartomy scooped a $206,297 for his runner-up finish.

Riess has previously won two other tournaments at the same casino. Last April, the player took down the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown $10,000 Finale for a first-place prize of $716,088. And in the spring of 2015, he won a $2,200 No-Limit Hold’em tournament that was part of that year’s edition of the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown. His payout from that tournament totaled $63,891.

Despite his numerous successes on the live tournament felt, Riess is still best known for capturing the most coveted poker title on the planet – the WSOP Championship. The player won the Main Event in 2013 to collect a first-place prize of $8,361,570. Including his latest live tournament cash, Riess now has more than $12.2 million in live tournament earnings.

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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Pala donates to San Diego Rescue Mission

11:57 PM 0
Casino City Times
Pala donates to San Diego Rescue Mission
The casino's Getting Involved in Volunteer Events and Services program donated $500 and almost 500 packs of school supplies to the mission for distribution to needy schoolchildren in Southern California.
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Wakayama reveals local results

Talking Stick social casino platform -- CASINO ARIZONA

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eGaming
Talking Stick social casino platform -- CASINO ARIZONA

Casino Arizona recently launched its "Talking Stick" brand casino app. 

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Aerosmith to perform at Park MGM

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Casino City Times
Aerosmith to perform at Park MGM
The rock ‘n' roll band is bringing the heat to the Las Vegas Strip with their headlining residency, Aerosmith: Deuces Are Wild on 6 April 2019.
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Tuesday, August 14, 2018

CG Technology Holding hit with $250,000 fine

11:36 PM 0
World Casino News
CG Technology Holding hit with $250,000 fine

In Nevada, local race and sportsbook operator CG Technology Holding has reportedly been fined to the tune of $250,000 for illegally accepting wagers after a contest had finished as well as for taking out-of-state bets. Handles sportsbetting for eight Las Vegas casinos: According to a Sunday report from the Nevada Appeal newspaper, CG Technology Holding […]
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