This is been a whirlwind Vegas News week. There was at least one different casino operator reporting quarterly earnings every day + MGM Getting Dynamic, Ruffin Might Buy Caesars and A Lot More…..
I recently visited Golden Gate Casino. The trip reminded me why I like gambling at the Golden Gate. My single favorite craps table in Las Vegas…….
Roll to Win Craps from Aruze Gaming was the talk of the Global Gaming Expo (G2E) this year. The new semi-automated craps game that replaces felt with a table-length LED display caused quite a stir.
Much of the news in Las Vegas for this week comes from the Global Gaming Expo (G2E). The casino business doesn’t entirely stop but it comes close.
TheInveterateGambler a keen observer of people. After some recent casino trips he had some thoughts. Here are his rants and musing in no particular order or organization.
Resorts World Catskills, the $1.2 billion year-round destination resort in Monticello, New York is the fourth and largest of the four Las Vegas-style upstate casinos opening under a voter-approved amendment to the state constitution.
This is the third of a three part series on the topic of DICE CONTROL. In Part 1 we examined the dice control controversy. Here in Part 3, we will look at the basic principles used by the dice control practitioner.
Last year, Michael told me about an idea to have a conference that would discuss maximizing travel miles and points and casino rewards. Ya know, bringing TravelZork dot com to life. What a great concept. The idea went dark for awhile and popped up just a few months ago. ZorkFest 2017 was ready to go!
This is the second of a three part series on the topic of casino craps DICE CONTROL. Here in Part 2, I will recount the history of dice control as I remember it.
It is nearly impossible to step up to a casino craps table today without seeing at least one shooter attempting to set and toss the dice in a certain manner to get a desired result. This is the first of a three part series on the topic of DICE CONTROL.