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Faring Better Than Las Vegas at Reno and Tahoe

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Las Vegas has been reeling after the disasters of September 11 but showed a slight rebound and there are lots of deals being offered in Las Vegas. Reno and Tahoe fared even better, as gaming revenues soared, as did the occupancy rate, which scored 92%. It didn’t hurt to be a more “drive-up” market than […]

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Check Out A California Indian Casino

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Saturday I decided to check out what all the ruckus was about California Indian Casinos. It had been a year since I last visited the one just off of California State Route 88 in Jackson, so it was time to visit again and see what changes had occurred since the passage of Proposition 1A in […]

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New York Approve New Gambling Measure

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In an effort to offset some of the expenses associated with the September 11, 2001 tragedy, and to replace lost tax revenues resulting from the events and an economic slowdown, the New York Legislature recently approved a casino gambling bill. The bill authorizes up to six new tribal casinos in the Catskills and western New […]

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Summer Gambling Sizzle in Reno-Tahoe

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Summer at the lake is still cooler than anywhere else not only the pristine blue waters of a humongous lake but matching skies with puffy cotton ball clouds and cool breezes the scent of pine trees and fresh air guaranteed to cleanse the pollution from any city-dweller’s system. Gaming is still hot at the lake, […]