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Cantor Gaming, an affiliate of the global financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, announced in January that “pocketcasino,” only available on the Las Vegas Strip at The Venetian and The Palazzo, is now offering casino-style games.
Casino Gaming, LLC, creator of other table game options including the Blackjack betting option Automatic Win and the craps betting option 7 Point 7, debuted its newest game, COLORS, at The Orleans Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.
In October, Minden’s Carson Valley Inn hosts two unique gaming events—one that benefits a great cause and another that interjects an unusual twist: the ability to win other players’ money.
Circus Circus Reno gives fans the opportunity to relive the Eagles experience on July 17 as it hosts a one-night-only concert by tribute band Life in the Fast Lane, as this talented six-piece performs the Eagles’ greatest hits. Circus Circus is also putting on the “Life in the Fast Lane” slot tournament on July 18, with prizes totaling up to $3,000.
Sheldon Smith is the education and publicity director for The Casino Chip and Gaming Token Collectors Club, Inc. There are many reasons why he gives so much time and attention to this group, but make no mistake—he’s a collector, too. “My wife and I have always enjoyed playing in the casinos but haven’t been able to win many chips,” he says. “So we decided to collect them instead.”
Harrah’s Laughlin invites guests to fish for cash—appropriate for a hotel-casino surrounded by water—or Bonus Reward Credits as part of its new “Reel ’Em In” promotion. Through April 10, guests can enter for a chance to win a share of $60,000 in cash and credits.
In October, “The Real Deal!,” the first live interactive poker-themed stage show, premiered at The Venetian in Las Vegas. Hosted by comedian Vinnie Favorito, “The Real Deal!” is a 90-minute extravaganza that gives audience members a chance to play against the world’s best professional poker players to win prizes—and bragging rights.
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