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Iskoe's NBA Basketball Records and Scoring Averages January 13, 2015 by Andy Iskoe

V.I.P. Iskoe's NBA Basketball Records and Scoring Averages Iskoe's NBA Basketball Records and Scoring Averages for the 2014 season through last Sunday night

Iskoe's NFL Football Averages and Rankings January 13, 2015 by Andy Iskoe

V.I.P. Iskoe’s NFL Football Averages and Rankings lists wins and losses straight up and against the point spread and Over/Under results. Analysis also includes yardage, turnovers and home/road scoring averages for the current 2014-2015 season through Sunday night’s game.

Parry's NCAA Basketball Power Guide January 13, 2015 by Noland Parry

Parry’s NCAA Basketball Power Guide is an excellent tool for gamblers to calculate a betting line near the anticipated point spread at Vegas sports books. Know what the betting line should be before placing your wager.

Parry's NBA Basketball Power Guide January 13, 2015 by Noland Parry

V.I.P. Parry’s NBA Basketball Power Guide is an excellent tool for gamblers to calculate a betting line near the anticipated point spread at Vegas sports books. Know what the betting line should be before placing your wager.

Parry's NHL Hockey Power Guide January 13, 2015 by Noland Parry

V.I.P. Parry’s NHL Hockey Power Guide is an excellent tool for gamblers to calculate a betting line near the anticipated point spread at Vegas sports books. Know what the betting line should be before placing your wager.

Parry's NFL Football Power Guide January 13, 2015 by Noland Parry

Parry’s NFL Football Power Guide is an excellent tool for gamblers to calculate a betting line near the anticipated point spread at Vegas sports books. Know what the betting line should be before placing your wager.

Caesars' bankers given ultimatum January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

While second-tier bondholders worked to force Caesars Ent. into an involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy position Monday morning, the company’s operating company (CEOC), flushed from a weekend victory, fired its second salvo.

Instant Racing bets called 'illegal hoax' January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

Calling Instant Racing machines an “illegal hoax,” several Native American tribes in Idaho are demanding Gov. C. L. Otter immediately end the use of the gambling devices that have been used in some states to save live horse racing.

Macau gaming revenue dips hit billionaires' hips January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

Macau’s 2014 slowdown that affected the share price of casinos have generated some major losers among their biggest shareholders. Best known to the Las Vegas community were Sheldon Adelson and Steve Wynn.

Chicago tracks to appeal $82M penalty January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

An appeal is being prepared by two racetracks in the Chicago area that were dealt an $82 million blow by a federal court that sided with four riverboats in a lawsuit that alleged the tracks were involved in a bribery scheme.

Gaming revenues raise scrutiny from officials January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

A major drop in gaming revenue has aroused greater scrutiny from government officials, according to Lionel Leong, secretary for Macau’s economy and finance office.

Macau operators may be offering unpaid leave January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

Because of the revenue declines, some Macau operators are believed to be offering employees unpaid leave for as long as one year. The leaves have attracted the attention of a casino workers’ union.

UNLV starts gambling law and regulation program January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas has established its first master’s degree program in gambling law and regulation. The university’s law school will launch the program in the fall.

Judge rules Mountaineer Casino must collect hotel tax January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

A Circuit Court judge has ruled that Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack & Resort in New Cumberland, West Virginia, must collect the state hotel occupancy tax on complimentary rooms.

Arkansas lawmakers extend lottery contract January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

Arkansas lawmakers have approved extending the state lottery’s contract with its vendor for draw games through the fall of 2019. However, a member of the panel granting the license questions whether the vote was valid.

Acoma Pueblo reach agreement on new compact January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

The Acoma Pueblo in New Mexico says it has reached an agreement with Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration on a new gambling compact. The deal will increase the percentage of revenue it shares with the state.

American Gaming Association adds nine members January 12, 2015 by Ray Poirier

The American Gaming Association has added six board members and three general members while it seeks to unify the gaming industry through a policy of inclusivity and transparency.

Internet sites to share players January 12, 2015 by Staff & Wire Reports

Bigger prizes mean more players so New Jersey’s two major poker sites plan to share players beginning this week. WSOP.com and 888poker.com said the move is designed to increase so-called player liquidity.

Casino panel to consider request for 4th casino January 12, 2015 by Staff & Wire Reports

The board tasked with picking locations for casinos in upstate New York will consider Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s request to reopen the bidding process for a license in the Southern Tier, said the board’s chairman.

Caesars readies for bankruptcy as early as next week January 12, 2015 by Staff & Wire Reports

Caesars Entertainment Corp. says a pre-packaged bankruptcy plan for its operating division has the blessing of the majority of its first-lien bondholders. More than 60 percent of the operating division’s debt OK’d a restructuring agreement.

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Hollywood couldn’t have scripted this any better. Madison Square Garden, the world’s most famous arena, hosting Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski on the verge of his 1,000th college basketball victory.

Draft Kings has put up a Pro Bowl and Super Bowl game called Desert Bowl.

Gov. Scott Walker on Friday denied a request by the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin for permission to build an off-reservation casino in Kenosha.

​The Florida developer in line to buy Atlantic City’s former Revel casino hotel is threatening to walk away from the deal if a court ruling goes against him.

Mississippi Gaming Commission executive director Alan Godfrey says that South Mississippi was “the shining star” of Mississippi’s casino business last year. He says the coast was the only part of the state where casino revenue was up.

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