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NBA Finals Odds Favor Golden State Over Cleveland in Rubber Match Series

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For the third straight year, the NBA Finals odds in Las Vegas favor the Golden State Warriors to win the Larry O’Brien Trophy over the Cleveland Cavaliers. But if history tells us anything, it’s that the rubber match series is anything but a foregone conclusion. On Thursday night, the Cavs took care of business by…Read More

Las Vegas Not Drunk Enough to Make List of Top 20 Booziest Cities

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Las Vegas may be thought of as Sin City, but that doesn’t mean the place is awash in booze 24/7. Well, actually, maybe it is. But when it comes to determining the drunkest cities in America, Las Vegas hasn’t got a thing on Midwestern metropolises such as Dubuque, Iowa, Lincoln, Nebraska, or Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A study…Read More

Rio Olympic Infrastructure Left in Economic Chaos, Was It Worth the Gamble?

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The Olympics no longer have the upper hand in determining where its summer and winter games will be contested. That’s because the international sporting competitions have left a path of destruction, both in a financial and infrastructural sense, in recent decades. Cities are finally wising up that the gamble on hosting the Olympics far outweighs…Read More

Hard Rock to Roll Dice on Trump Taj Mahal, Upping Renovation Budget to $500 Million

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Hard Rock International doesn’t like what it sees inside the former Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, which the company purchased in March for $50 million. Billionaire Carl Icahn’s bargain price selloff meant the Hard Rock was acquiring a Boardwalk property for pennies on the dollar, as former casino developer turned US President Donald Trump…Read More

Philippine Casinos Will Soon Be Forced to Abide by Anti-Money Laundering Laws

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Philippine casinos currently operate without much financial oversight from the federal government, but the odds of that changing in the not too distant future seem strong. The Philippine Senate is expected to soon pass a measure that designates gambling venues as institutions covered by the country’s Anti-Money Laundering Act of 2001. Should the legislation pass…Read More