Online Slots Archive - Slot Machine News For November '07

Hollywood Slots Celebrates Second Anniversary
Wednesday, 28 November 2007

The Hollywood Slots in Bangor recently celebrated their anniversary. The Slots facility first opened for business on November 4th, 2005.

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Debate Over Slot Machines Causes Late Night Meeting
Monday, 26 November 2007

The debate over the slots proposal and tax increase proposal of Gov. OMalley led to a late night meeting between the legislators. legislators are hoping that they could finish talks by next week.

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Leaders Apprehensive About Slot Machine Plan at Laurel Park
Sunday, 25 November 2007

Leaders are worried that placing slot machines in Laurel Park may have a financial and moral impact on the area. But Gov. O'Malley wants the slots profits because it will help a lot of sectors.

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Anti-Gaming Organizations Want to Prohibit Slot Machines in Maine
Thursday, 22 November 2007

No Slots for Me! and CasinosNo! are seeking to ban slot machines all over Maine. But the Hollywood Slots in Bangor said that it will not have any effect on their casino construction.

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Langley Bingo Aims to Offer More Slot Machines
Wednesday, 21 November 2007

Langley Bingo wants to bring the total slot machines that they offer to 1,147. The council is expected to vote in favor of the gaming expansion.

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A.C. Slots Still Suffering Against Pennsylvania Slots
Tuesday, 20 November 2007

The slot parlors in Pennsylvania continue to affect slots profits in Atlantic City casinos. But the casino table games posted positive gains.

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Lower Shore Divided Over Slots at Ocean Downs
Monday, 19 November 2007

Residents and Legislators are divided over the possibility of slot machines in Lower Shore. Legislators said that the governors support will not changed their opinion.

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New Administrator Announced at this Critical Moment of Slots Talks
Sunday, 18 November 2007

Nedved Introduced Gerald Joy as the next administrator in Allegany. But Joys appointment comes after the issue on whether gaming machines that do not use tickets can operate in Allegany County.

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Voter Referendum to Put Slots Proposal to 2008 Vote
Tuesday, 13 November 2007

The slots issue in Maryland would be pushed to the November 2008 because of the voter referendum. Gov. Martin O'Malley wants the issue to be resolved as soon as possible.

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Gaming Boards Slots License Method Criticized
Monday, 12 November 2007

Despite opening for business, the criticism for the slot machines in Mount Airy did not stop. The BIE is tasked to investigate the Mount Airy Casinos owners and the gaming board.

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Gov. O'Malleys Slots Solution to Maryland Budget Deficit
Sunday, 11 November 2007

Despite the criticism about the slots plan of Gov. OMalley by some sectors, the budget deficit problem needs to be solve. State officials can increase taxes if they do not want the slots plan.

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Maryland Association of Counties Supports Slots Plan
Thursday, 08 November 2007

The County Organization in Maryland is backing the slots plan of Gov. O'Malley. The association said that the budget deficit should be solved.

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Playtech Debuts Brand New Slots Games
Wednesday, 07 November 2007

Playtech recently launched two new video slots games called Bonus Bears and Whats Cooking. CEO Mor Weizer said that their main goal is to continue manufacturing quality games.

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Abbotsford Bingo Awaits Slots Decision
Tuesday, 06 November 2007

The hall in Abbotsford has filed an application before the council on whether they could offer slot machines at the facility. The bingo hall is counting on the slot machines for additional revenue.

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Robaina Wants Slot Machines For Hialeah Park
Monday, 05 November 2007

Robaina wants Hialeah Park to benefit from the Class III slot machines. But if the legislation fails to discuss the issue before the Jan. 29th referendum, Hialeah Park will be out of the picture.

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Century and River Cree Casinos Receive More Slot Machines
Sunday, 04 November 2007

The River Cree and Century casinos have received slot machines more than any other casinos in Edmonton. AGLC expressed they have met requirements to be able to receive more machines.

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