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The game of craps can be one that is difficult to figure out for those who have never played. Equally as confusing is the BCS rankings system. The system is so confusing and hated by fans, that other industries have started to follow the model.
In their ongoing attempt to drag out each World Series of Poker as long as possible, officials have announced that in the next week, all of the paper work will be completed from the 2005 WSOP. That also means the final bracelets will be given out live on ESPN.
While the majority of the world is focused on steroids when it comes to Roger Clemens and his lying, casinos around the US are worried about their mints. It seems Clemens not only has denied using steroids, but he also denies ever taking free mints from various casinos.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have crapped out when it comes to re-signing LeBron James, but that does not mean the team will not have a James in uniform next year. Confused? The cavs have signed sixteen year old LeBron James from Barcelona, Spain.
In a stunning change of heart, LeBron James has announced on the eve of his free agency that he will be canceling all meetings with NBA teams. Instead, James has decided to sign with Barcelona, making him the first athlete to go from pro basketball to the NBA.
A casino in Manitoba has denied a man a $350,000 poker bad beat jackpot after the gambler smiled. The casino claimed the smile was a violation of the etiquette laws in Manitoba.
Atlantic City has long been the bully of the casino industry in the Northeast, but lately it has been the little brothers that have been eating up AC casino profits. The latest state to steal customers from New Jersey is Delaware.
Las Vegas casinos have had such a hard time with the economy over the past couple of years, that they have decided to try out a new strategy for 2010. In what is being touted as "Operation Honesty," the casinos want customers to know they are coming for their money.
There is some reverse psychology that Las Vegas casinos are using on their customers leading up to the holidays. Instead of touting big jackpots that can be used for holiday gifts, the casinos are pushing for customers to help give employee families something special for Christmas.
Jon and Kate Gosselin are in the middle of a messy divorce and recently Jon emptied out a joint bank account. Now, an expert believes that the best way to fix their financial problems is to gamble away their kids.
An equal rights activist group is calling for the removal of the word black from roulette tables at casinos around the country. We Are African American wants the black spots on the roulette board to be known as "Dark" from now on.
Online gambling just became a lot more interesting for millions of players around the world. An online casino wants customers to have the full feel of being in an actual casino, so they have decided to add virtual hookers to their list of offerings.
Internet cafe owners around the US thought they were doing something beneficial to their illegal gambling business when they joined forces to give out free doughnuts for police men and women. It turns out, the doughnuts only led authorities to the scene of the crime.
Baseball fans can be extremely superstitious, but the events of the past couple of weeks have one owner, we'll just call him Ant, believing that Kansas City outfielder Jose Guillen holds the keys to all gambling fantasy baseball leagues across the country.
All of you out there who have walked out of an Oklahoma casino with some sort of a jackpot, the casinos are looking for you. On November 27th, Oklahoma casinos will hold their annual, "Give Back To Casinos Day."
Several online casinos have started a new promotion in which customers can exchange their old cash for credit at the casino. The promotion is being called, "Cash For Credit", and there are very few restrictions.
While most online casinos would like to operate under the false pretenses that they are giving away money to their customers, one has come along that has decided to be brutally honest. The You Will Lose Casino tells players like it is.
A man who had been playing slots at a local casino and was drinking heavily during that time, ended up the hero on Thursday night. The man, Bill Brawster, stumbled out of the casino and ended up saving a kitten.
The game of Go Fish was never intended to make anyone lose money, but that is exactly what has happened to our own Crappy Carl. Carl lost money at an online casino over the weekend in an intense game of Go Fish.
NFL owners have joined the crusade to stop Delaware from offering sports betting when they filed a lawsuit late this week. In a related issue, NFL owners have approved sponsorship deals with online gambling sites.