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Online gambling isn’t such a big deal right now. It’s getting off to a slower start than many originally thought it would. That will change as states add online gambling, but it won't happen very quickly.
One of the first steps in growing online gaming will come from online poker. Online gambling isn’t so simple to explain to everyone because it’s not an equal monster. Online gambling is currently legal in Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware. While Nevada only allows online poker, the other states offer other types of casino games from blackjack to slot machines.
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The World Series of Poker wound down last week. The nine remaining players in the Main Event (CardsChat.com takes an in-depth look at them here) will return in November to play for $10 million. As the brass at Caesars Entertainment closed the doors to the Amazon room at the Rio convention center, it represented the end of nearly two months of poker nirvana for both amateur and professional players alike –- unless, like this writer, you were quickly shown the door with a meager bankroll and a string of bad luck.
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The big event of the 2014 World Series of Poker is well underway at the Rio. Not the Big One for One Drop which netted one player $15 million and over $4.5 million for charity. The big one in this case is the Main Event which is currently on the second of two Day 2's that will eventually play down to one winner going home with $10 million dollars. And, if that hasn't sufficiently confused you yet, we're going to throw some facts and figures out now for what has been a bigger and better record-breaking year for the WSOP:
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Poker fans should be excited by this news. A new television show covering the world of poker just has made it onto national airwaves. “Poker Night in America” debuted a couple weeks ago on CBS Sports Network. If you’re a fan of watching poker on TV, you'll be happy to know the show is being brought to you by a veteran. PokerNews.com reports the co-creator of the Heartland Poker Tour, Todd Anderson, is the brains behind “Poker Night in America."
CBS Sports Network isn’t the same CBS where you’ll watch “60 Minutes." It’s a separate channel dedicated 100% to sports. It’s channel 333 and 1333 on Cox in Las Vegas. You can find where CBS Sports Network is in your town here.
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The American Gaming Association polls casino visitors every year to to see who they are and what they enjoy. One of our favorite survey questions focuses on what casino games people like to play the most. You can expect some differences than what you'd typically expect to see in Las Vegas since there are more slot machine-only casinos across the country. Here's how it breaks down:
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Operated by Cantor since 2012 and offering just a handful of tables, CardPlayer says "the news probably isn't too surprising." It reports that the Palms would not comment on the shutter.
Caesars Palace is about to go all in on its new poker room.
Yesterday, a visit to the resort found construction walls are down around the newly created space which is located to the left of the sportsbook. The open-air venue is quite prominent on the casino floor and impossible to miss, especially with latticework as walls.
The World Series of Poker kicked off this week at the Rio. There will be 65 poker tournaments taking place in the Rio convention space over the next six weeks and there’s a lot to know. You have all the basics for a great time at the WSOP so now it’s time to blow you away with
useless amazing WSOP facts that will help you win any meaningful trivia contest. Here are some quick and useful facts about previous, current and future WSOP tournaments.
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May means it’s time for the 45th annual World Series of Poker. As tens of thousands of poker pros, amateurs, fans, and dreamers make their way to Las Vegas, they will take up residence in the city’s hotels. Caesars, which runs the WSOP, offers special rates for entrants at host hotel Rio as well as its other properties across the city. Many will take them up on the offer, but quite a few will instead take advantage of special year-round poker rates not generally advertised to the public. The cool thing about these rates is that they’re open to anyone, not just the poker pros.
We’re less than a week away from the beginning of the 45th World Series of Poker at Rio. This marks the 10th year the WSOP will be at the off Strip casino. The tournament -- really numbering 65 over a six-week period -- takes place May 27 through July 14. It all culminates with the largest poker tournament of the year, the $10,000 No Limit Hold ‘em Tournament more commonly known as the Main Event.
The Main Event takes place July 5-14 during which time a field of thousands will be whittled down to a final table of 9. The final table, also known as the November Nine, returns November 10-11 inside the Penn & Teller Theater. The prize pools are based on how many people enter, but this much is clear -- the Main Event winner is guaranteed to take home $10 million!
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When we're asked to recommend nightclubs in Vegas, PURE is never first to mind. (Or, second. Or, third. Or... you get the point.)
So, it's probably no surprise that PURE is in its final
days nights at Caesars Palace. The Las Vegas Sun reports that PURE will close at the end of the month for a full remodel while the Review-Journal cites a more specific May 26 closing date.
The second installment of the The Big One For One Drop will return to the World Series of Poker at the Rio in just over a month. You may be familiar with The Big One For One Drop tournament because of its huge buy-in and jackpot. The Big One For One Drop is a $1,000,000 buy-in, no-limit hold’em charity poker tournament limited to just 56 players willing to put up the highest entry fee in any public poker game.
There will be no rake or house fees to operate the event. Also, $111,111 of each buy-in will be taken out as a charitable donation to One Drop meaning $888,889 will go directly to the prize pool. With the new 56-player cap, the first place prize has the potential to reach in excess of $20,000,000 (yes, $20 million) if every seat is filled.