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How to Think Like a Poker Pro - 3 Rules For Success by Nathan @BlackRain79 Williams

Poker is the ultimate game of mental warfare. Because it doesn't matter how good you are, you will get humbled by this game sooner or later.

In fact, I don't care if your name is Daniel Negreanu or Phil Ivey, you will get humbled again and again and again by this game.

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Gambler Banned From Casino After Overpayment On Winning Sports Bet, Lawsuit Says by Brian Pempus

A Delaware man claims he was banned from the Dover Downs Hotel & Casino after the property overpaid him on a winning baseball parlay bet, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court this month.

According to the lawsuit, Davell A. Golding was a “frequent” guest at the casino, playing slots and table games, as well as partaking in sports betting. The lawsuit, from law firm Schmittinger & Rodriguez, said that in July of 2018 Golding, through a friend, placed a $20 wager on an MLB parlay.

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Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board Reports February Sports Wagering Revenue

 

HARRISBURG, PA: The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board today posted on its web site February’s Sports Wagering Report.

The report encompasses the full month returns from:

  • Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course
  • SugarHouse Casino
  • Rivers Casino
  • Parx Casino
  • South Philadelphia Race and Sportsbook
  • Harrah’s Philadelphia

The monthly report provides a breakdown of the total handle collected, gross revenue, and taxes paid to the Commonwealth.

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House of Cards® Gaming Report for the Week of March 18, 2019

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This week’s stories include gambling at Pennsylvania’s truck stops, casino fined for illegal poker game and $5,000 in a sock.

Have any news or tips regarding casinos, gaming or legislation? Send us an email at newsroom@houseofcardsradio.com and follow House of Cards® on twitter at @hocradio!

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House of Cards® - Ep. 582

 

This week Dave interviews Matthew Cullen, Sr VP of i-gaming and sports for Parx Casino, and Ashley chats with Tom Wheaton, CEO/Founder of Faded Spade Playing Cards.

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NEW JERSEY SPORTS BETTING FIGURES DOWN ACROSS THE BOARD, BUT THAT’S HARDLY CAUSE FOR CONCERN BY ROBERT DELLAFAVE

February was a rare down month for the now nearly one-year-old NJ sports wagering industry, with handle clocking in at just $320.4 mm, down from a record-breaking $385.3 mm in the month of January and just slightly ahead of the industry’s December tally.

Revenue also took a substantial hit, down from $18.8 mm in January to $12.7 mm last month.

These rather significant dropoffs feel like they should be alarm sounding, especially given the newness of the industry. But that’s hardly the case.

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Santa Fe-Based Casino Opens Sportsbook, Second In New Mexico by Matt Rybaltowski

Less than six months after launching sportsbook operations at a resort near Albuquerque, the Santa Ana Star Casino & Hotel has its first competitor in New Mexico.

Patrons began placing sports wagers Monday at the Hilton Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the largest casino in Northern New Mexico. Although the New Mexico legislature has yet to expressively legalize sports betting, state officials have interpreted existing tribal-state compacts to effectively include sports wagering as permissible class III gaming.

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While the casino becomes the second in the state to roll out a sportsbook since the Supreme Court struck down a federal ban on sports gambling last May, Buffalo Thunder is the first to offer wagers on sports in conjunction with race wagering.

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House of Cards® Gaming Report for the Week of March 11, 2019

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This week’s stories include record fine levied against Wynn Resorts, Pennsylvania online gaming projection and man kidnaps himself to get out of a bet.

Have any news or tips regarding casinos, gaming or legislation? Send us an email at newsroom@houseofcardsradio.com and follow House of Cards® on twitter at @hocradio!

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House of Cards® - Ep. 581

 

This week Dave chats with Adam Small from USBets.com to talk about the NJ online casino advantage players, gambling legislation and some big sports betting deals for PointsBet and DraftKings.

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