Online Slots Archive - Slot Machine News For September '07

Barden to Sold Fitzgeralds Casino for Majestic Star Casino Financing
Friday, 30 May 2008

Don Barden intends to sale his Fitzgeralds casino so that the construction of the Majestic Star casino can continue. Standard and Poors also improved the rating for Bardens project.

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Magna Entertainment Says Slots Not Enough To Keep Racing Track Open
Thursday, 29 May 2008

Magna Entertainment said that slots are not enough to keep Laurel and Pimlico Park open. Officials said that additional amenities like restaurants and others are needed to attract more visitors.

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Per Magnus S. Wins the $100,000 Slots Event of
Wednesday, 28 May 2008

Per Magnus S. from Norway is the champion of the slots tournament of She won a total of $100,000 from the event.

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Schaeffer Wins $4.2 Million on Slot Machines
Tuesday, 27 May 2008

Robert Schaeffer won $4.2 million from playing Video Megabucks Slots Machines. He won the jackpot while playing at the Resorts Atlantic City casino.

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New York Racing Association Studies Video Slots Bid for Aqueduct Racing Track
Monday, 26 May 2008

NYRA is currently studying the bids for video slot machines at the racing tracks in the state. They will review the bids for about two weeks.

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Rincon Files Lawsuit Against Governor Schwarzenegger Because of Slots Issue
Wednesday, 21 May 2008

The Rincon tribe said that they should not pay an extra fees if they want to offer more slot machines. The tribe is still lacking 400 machines from the 2000 slot machines that they can offer.

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Lebanon County Edged Out of Slots Profits
Tuesday, 20 May 2008

Lebanon did not get a part of the slots profits from the Hollywood casino. Officials said that they deserve some of the revenues because the casino is partially located in the county.

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Rincon Tribe Files Case Against Gov. Schwarzenegger
Monday, 19 May 2008

The Rincon Tribe has filed a suit against Gov. Schwarzenegger. The reason why is that the tribe wants to offer more slot machines.The case is current being reviewed by the Court of Appeals.

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Laurel Park Continues to Lose Revenue Because of Competition in Neighboring States
Thursday, 15 May 2008

Horse Racing track Laurel Park continues to lose earnings because of out of state competition. Officials are petitioning the Maryland Racing Commission to counteract the ongoing crisis.

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Penobscot Tribe Threatening to Go Ahead With Slots Plan Even Without Approval of the State
Wednesday, 14 May 2008

The Penobscot Tribe is thinking of going ahead with their slots plan without the go ahead from the state. The Governor is urging the tribe to first seek legal approval.

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Woodlands Facility Must Take Next Step for Slot Machines
Monday, 12 May 2008

Woodlands must make the next move in order to finalize the approval of the slot machines to the racing track. Woodlands is still conducting study regarding the profitability of the slot machines.

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Pennsylvania to Receive Tax Cuts from Slots Profits
Thursday, 08 May 2008

The residents of Pennsylvania can now reap the benefits from the slot profits. Residents will receive tax cuts for their residential homes and farm lands starting from $169.

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Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Could Soon Offer Slot Machines
Wednesday, 07 May 2008

The Seminole Hard Rock Casino and Hotel will soon offer Class III slot machines. They will also offer card games like baccarat and blackjack.

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Role in Anti-Slot Movement Could Put Franchot Into A Big Test
Tuesday, 06 May 2008

A lot of people that are involve in the anti-slots movement of Maryland are worried about the effect of Franchot in the organization. They are also worried that it could have a bad effect.

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Penobscot Slots Bill Approve by State Senate and House
Monday, 05 May 2008

Both the state House and Senate of Maine approve the slots proposal of the Penobscot Tribe. The tribe is hoping that it should be strong enough to overrule any planned veto on the proposal.

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