Everybody must get stoned...
60 pound seagulls and other plagues at Revel, Atlantic City
Millennials want to use coordination, dexterity, knowledge or some kind of skill to influence the outcome of their game, just like they used to do with those video-game consoles that we're still waiting for them to remove from our basements.
Recent events have caused me to wonder if hanging around casinos has, in fact, become a hazardous job
According to the Discovery Channel's website, archaeologists exploring a cave on the shores of the Great Salt Lake unearthed "hundreds of carved sticks, hoops, dice and darts dating back to about 700 years ago." They are identifying the site simply as "Cave 1."
One of the memorable sights from last month's closing of the Riviera in Las Vegas was the Crazy Girls statue strapped to a flatbed truck.
Some of the newest revelations coming from states with casinos take things beyond cluelessness and into the realm of what Moe used to call "chowderheads."
Some day you'll be able to walk from one end of Connecticut to the other completely indoors, through casinos and skywalks.
Skill games for the millennial casino player are supposed to test hand-eye coordination and dexterity gained through countless hours of sitting in a bedroom with a joystick and nachos
As Sergeant Friday used to say, you just don't know about some people
The saga of Jose Canseco's finger
I just got a hot tip on a pigeon that's a sure thing.
Did I miss National Pierogi Day? That's almost as bad as forgetting International Knish Week.
People have been gambling since we crawled out of the sea. I wouldn't be surprised if history's first bet was made between two primordial humans on how many legs they would eventually have.
From what I can tell reading comments from all the slot executives, each and every one of these mergers is capable of conjuring up multiple usage of the term "synergy."
The sports fans of the world get really pumped about the World Cup, and they bet millions of dollars, and pounds, and euros, and pesos, and colons on it.
Packer vs. Gyngell, Wynn vs. Clooney, Adelson vs.... everyone. It's fisticuffs and fighting words among the world's richest moguls.
If I'm playing slots or video poker, I like to wave bye-bye to my $20 bills as they go into the slot. It's a sentimental thing. Gambling on the internet is so... virtual.