Sure, the real Great Wall of China may seem impressive, but does it have bricks stuffed with cash? No. For that, you need to visit its smaller, wealthier cousin at the Morongo Casino, Resort & Spa in Cabazon, California.
Crazy for Keno | There is a keno tournament coming up at the California Hotel, Aug 3-7, and I have in mind an interesting ticket that promises a lot of action and even a shot at winning it all.
Poker Deals | Ultimate Poker partnerships now give players the opportunity to deposit and cash out at over 20 convenient locations around the state, including El Cortez, Station Casinos and Peppermill Resorts.
Winning Strategies | The topic comes courtesy of my own experiences this past week. I had one of those frustrating nights that could’ve been so much better “if only.” I like to play Double Double Bonus Poker if I’m out for a short period of time.
Poker by George | Last issue, we discussed “starting out” in your hold’em session: table selection and when to change tables; and getting more information by smarter observations to gain an edge over your less astute opponents.
Pokin' Around | As the World Series of Poker finalizes this year’s November Nine, it’s no doubt comforting for that select group to know they are guaranteed at least $1 million.
In the span of a day we went from Brazil to Sweden at the top of the leaderboard in the 45th World Series of Poker Main Event. The world’s most prestigious poker competition, which began July 5 with 6,683 entrants is down to the final 27.
The World Cup may have been a disaster for Brazil, but countryman Bruno Politano has taken a commanding lead in the 45th World Series of Poker Main Event.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board recommended approval for an interactive gaming platform that could be home to links to online poker for a number of casinos. The technology for the site was developed by 888 Holdings.
Poker icon Phil Ivey took over the chip lead from Tim Stansifer heading to Thursday’s play in the 45th annual World Series of Poker Main Event at the Rio. Ivey, who has never won the Main Event in his great career, stands at the top of the standings with 535,000.
Tim Stansifer with 481,500 chips took over the lead heading into Wednesday’s play in the 45th annual World Series of Poker Main Event at the Rio. Stansifer gained 143,500 chips Tuesday to move into the top spot.
The chip leader at the end of day 1C at the 45th annual World Series of Poker at the Rio was Eric Tracey with 206,175. Close behind was none other than ten-time gold bracelet winner Phil Ivey (187,025).
My column a few weeks ago about commission-free Baccarat and commission-free Pai Gow Poker prompted a reader to send me an e-mail asking for advice on how to improve his play at baccarat. The simple reality is I could not provide him with any advice.
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