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$40 Dollar Million Dollar Tournament

$40 Dollar Million Dollar Tournament

Details for the forty million dollar tournament for 2004 are discussed. This tournament was hosted by Party Poker and took place in June of that year. Applicants were advised to meet certain criteria and pay their respective entry fee or fees. There were a number of entries fees, which were dependent on the game. Read more...
Greece Olympics Betting

Greece Olympics Betting

Olympic games have come full circle as the event's origins are linked to ancient Greece and the Olympic games were hosted in Greece recently. It is believed that while Greece had government rules against gambling, the public still took part in it. A number of dice games were believed to have originated in Greece and ancient Greece may have even had primitive casinos. Read more...
Jon Ramsey

Jon Ramsey

In an interview with Gambling Online Magazine, Jon Ramsey discussed how Winward Casino is different from a number of other venues. The history of Winward Casino is discussed, as well as the rapport which exists between the players and the casino at large. Additionally, the casino views any players which have been at the casino for more than three months as a VIP and they are treated with additional respect and offer extra incentives. Read more...
Josh Arieh

Josh Arieh

From law firm courier to professional poker player, Josh Arieh has established quite a reputation for himself as one of the bad boys of Poker. While his strategies at the 2004 World Series of Poker may have earned him some negative nicknames, he was able to come in third place and pocket more than two million dollars, offering a better life for his family. Read more...
Las Vegas Tycoon

Las Vegas Tycoon

By opening a casino in Macau, Sheldon Adelson hopes to boost the casino and gambling industry in China. While the venture cost more than two hundred million dollars to construct, it is hoped that annual revenue generated will be in the billions. Adelson believes it will be possible for Macau to become the Chinese equivalent of Las Vegas. Read more...
Low Budget Gambling

Low Budget Gambling

Despite the fact that many people see gambling as an expensive and detrimental hobby, this is not always the case. For those who have the self-control and self-discipline, it is possible to conduct low budget gambling. This allows players to have fun, without putting their lifestyle and family responsibilities in jeopardy. The player simply needs to stick to a budget, as one would for any other past time. Read more...
NFL Pre-Season Best Bets

NFL Pre-Season Best Bets

When it's time for football training camps to start up, it can be very difficult to determine which teams are favored during the scrimmages. For the most part, football line makers are blindly setting the spreads. Starting the season ahead of the books is advised and betting on the pre-season games can be increase odds of success versus bookies. Read more...
Oasis Casino

Oasis Casino

The Double Joker Poker online game produced yet another winner from the Oasis Casino, with Joe G winning more than thirty thousand dollars. Giving away more than two hundred thousand dollars in jackpot prizes in two months alone, Oasis Casino has delighted its customers. In addition to online games, the casino also offers wagers for Las Vegas events. Read more...
Sands Slot Reward

Sands Slot Reward

Sands, also referred to as the Carri bean online casino, has an extra incentive designed to draw slot in individuals who enjoy playing slots. The gambling site offers active slot players a monthly slot reward as a loyalty bonus. With over sixty slot machines to choose from, loyalty members are offered a wide array of machines to play and additional bonuses are available to members. Read more...
Who Wins Lotteries

Who Wins Lotteries

There are a number of lotteries around the globe. While Spain and Britain have well-known lotteries, these prizes are small potatoes compared to those offered in the United States and Canada. While the US intended to give some of the money generated by lotteries to the educational system, this only happened to a certain extent. Read more...