The introduction of Triple Zero Roulette at Las Vegas Strip casinos Planet Hollywood and New York-New York is just the latest in a trend marked by operators squeezing every last penny they can out of tourists they perceive as either oblivious or uncaring.
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After a much-needed breather in 2017, Atlantic City is suffering through a tumultuous stretch, with land-based revenue down double-digits so far in 2018. Can it turn things around by the summer?
The fight continues over whether or not new casinos will be built in the northern part of New Jersey. Governor Murphy is a proponent, but there are still plenty of detractors.
Atlantic City may offer some of the best live casino gaming on the east coast, but NJ online casinos go a step further, offering players nearly unprecedented returns on penny slots, roulette, and video poker.
With all the talk about the revival of Atlantic City, and the explosive growth of online gambling in NJ, it's easy to overlook that live poker is down in the dumps.
The saga of the former Revel appears to have taken a turn for the positive, thanks to its purchase by Colorado developer Bruce Deifik for $200 million.
There was a time when a savvy and disciplined video poker player could make a healthy annual income. Those days appear to be nearly over.
The house may always have the edge, but at NJ online casinos the house edge on slots is about the lowest players will find in the US.
Several NJ online casinos now enable players to exchange their online loyalty points for luxurious comps at Atlantic City casinos.