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The Iipay Nation of Santa Ysabel Indians has apparently decided not to wait for California to approve online poker and announced it will be launching its own real-money poker site. The tribe has already launched the free-play and according to reports was saying it could start real-money gambling

Nevada’s 14-month-old online poker industry has seen rather tepid results to date. Since the first website launched in April 2013, Nevada’s three online poker websites—, Station Casinos’ Ultimate Poker and the South Point’s Real Gaming—have generated about $921,000 per month, reported the Casino City Times. Now the Nevada Gaming

The Revel casino in Atlantic City was not saved by a last minute buyer and is scheduled to close September 1, putting 3,100 employees out of work. The casino had been in a bankruptcy auction, but no qualified bidders emerged forcing casino officials to announce the shutdown.

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