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  • New shops at Foxwoods expand entertainment beyond gambling

    Foxwoods Resort Casino and a retail outlet opened a $129 million shopping center Thursday to throw some elbows in a crowded market, draw more visitors, make a play for younger gamblers and promote an enterprise that's increasingly an entertainment destination rather than a gambling mecca.
  • Big events at Hard Rock, Isle; Free-roll at Mardi Gras

    Big events at Hard Rock, Isle; Free-roll at Mardi Gras
    The two largest poker rooms in South Florida will have 11 a.m. tournaments on Memorial Day and then there's a free event at Mardi Gras Casino. The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino's Holiday Deep Stack event guarantees $30,000 in total prize money....

    Artificial intelligence bot vs. the poker pros

    Artificial intelligence bot vs. the poker pros
    Doug Polk, one of the world's best poker players, shoveled egg whites into his mouth with a plastic fork and slurped unsweetened oatmeal from a paper cup, 13 days into the oddest tournament he has ever entered. His opponent, Claudico, did not struggle...

    Senate passes revamped Connecticut casino bill

    State senators voted Wednesday night to create a two-step process for possibly opening a new tribal casino in northern Connecticut to help blunt growing, out-of-state gambling competition, especially from neighboring Massachusetts. Supporters of the bill...

    Senate OKs Casino Bill, But Plots A Cautious Path

    Senate OKs Casino Bill, But Plots A Cautious Path
    HARTFORD — The Senate voted narrowly late Wednesday to start the process of authorizing a third casino in Connecticut, although proceeding on a cautious path that would buy the state more time to sort out complicated legal issues. The Senate...