Online Slots Archive - Slot Machine News For March '07

Slots Bill May Not Even Be Up For a Vote in Maryland
Thursday, 29 March 2007

Senate President Miller acknowledges the difficulty of passing the slots bill in the current Senate session. Critics of the bill said the session should be utilized for more pressing issues.

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Mayor Callahan of Bethlehem Asserts Slot Machines Will Help the Economy
Wednesday, 28 March 2007

Mayor Callahan asserts that the slots casino to be built in Bethlehem will help strengthen Bethlehem's economic status. Bethlehem will be expecting $7.8 million in casino hosting fees.

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Philadelphia City Council Supports Slots Parlor Proposal
Tuesday, 27 March 2007

The Philadelphia City Council has allowed the voters to decide on the matter of the waterfront slots parlor. Councilman Goode stated that it is only fair that the voters will be the ones to make the decision.

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Erie Slot Machines Earned Around $9 Million On Their Opening Day
Monday, 26 March 2007

After a series of delays, the Erie slots parlor in Philadelphia finally opened for business on February 28, 2007, making around $9 million on its very first day.

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Former School Worker Wins $2 Million at Nickel Slots in Atlantic City
Sunday, 25 March 2007

Marguerit Pittman Wins the $2 million jackpot prize at the Borgata's Wheel of Fortune slot machine. Pittman plans to take a family vacation with her winnings.

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Delaware City Council Faces Threats for Being Against Slot Machines
Thursday, 22 March 2007

The Delaware City Council is planning to pass a proposal that will not allow slot machines in the state. Foxwoods and other casinos are threatening to sue the city if the proposal will push through.

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Property Value Rises Near the Slot Machines
Thursday, 22 March 2007

The properties near the Mohegan Sun casino in the Pocono Downs have already risen. Real estate agent, Charles Adonizio, says that he is encouraging his family to buy in the area.

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Slots Gambling in Pennsylvania is Risky Business
Wednesday, 21 March 2007

Pennsylvania's Mount Airy Casino may soon have a competitor in Mohawk Casino. Like the Mount Airy Casino, the Mohawk Casino will also offer slot machines aside from their casino table games.

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Cost for Hollywood Slots Project Grows Dramatically
Monday, 19 March 2007

The cost of the new Hollywood Slots facility has risen to $131 million. Peter Carilino, the CEO of Penn, stated that the reason for the dramatic increase is the hotel they are planning to build aside from facility.

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Slot Machines in Presque Isle Downs Tested Before Grand Opening
Sunday, 18 March 2007

The Presque Isle Downs conducted a trial run of their 1,000 slot machines on February 24th. If all goes well, the racino will be ready for opening by next Monday.

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