Online Slots Archive - Slot Machine News For April '07

Ohio Education To Incur Cuts Because of Ohio Supreme Courts Decision on Slot Machine Plan
Tuesday, 01 December 2009

Gov. Strickland said that the budget for Ohio education may suffer as much as 10.3% cuts because of the decision of the Court on the slots plan. The plan is subject to a vote in November 2010.

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Seneca Gaming to Begin Slots Gaming Expansion
Monday, 30 November 2009

Seneca Gaming plans to start the slots expansion of the Seneca Buffalo Casino. The expansion will allow the casino to offer 200 hundred more slot machines.

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Gov. Ted Strickland Proposes Postponement of Income Tax Reduction in the Absence of Slots Plan
Friday, 27 November 2009

Gov. Strickland said that the postponement of income tax cuts will help the state to solve the budget deficit. He added that it will also help the state cope up with the dismissal of the slots plan.

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Maryland Slots Commission Reviews Slots Plan in Baltimore and Anne Arundel County
Wednesday, 25 November 2009

The state slots commission approved the 1,500 slots facility plans for Cecil County. The commission is also reviewing the slots plan for Anne Arundel County and Baltimore.

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Gambling Board Members Considers Hollywood Slots Request for New Type of Slot Machines
Tuesday, 24 November 2009

Bob Welch is the main proponent of the plan to install new type of slot machines at the Hollywood Slots in Bangor. The Board Members will consider the proposal at its meeting on December 2009.

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William H. Warner Drops Bid for Gambling License in Rhode Island
Monday, 23 November 2009

William H. Warner has backed out from his bid to gain a license in Rhode Island. Warner backed out because of his plans to build a slots casino in Massachusetts.

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Harrahs Rincon and Valley View Casinos Receives Go Signal to Expand Number of Slot Machines
Friday, 20 November 2009

Harrahs Rincon and Valley View Casinos will now be able to expand the number of their machines after receiving new licenses. Bruce Howard said that they have waited long for this day to arrive.

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Rep. Tom Hackbarth Proposes Slot Machines at Minnesota Tracks To Help Finance Vikings New Stadium
Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Rep. Hackbarth proposed the placement of slot machines at tracks for the stadium of the Vikings. Lester Bagley said that they appreciate Hackbarths effort to help them build a new stadium.

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California Gaming Commission Gives Permisson for New 10,000 Slots Licenses for Indian Tribes
Tuesday, 17 November 2009

The California Gaming Commission give their consent for new 10,000 slot machines licenses for tribes. Tribes that only offer fewer than 2,000 machines will be eligible to petition for more machines.

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Penn National Pays Additional $6 Million for More Slots Licenses in Cecil County
Monday, 16 November 2009

Penn committed $6 million more for slots licenses in Cecil County. The state commission informed the company that they needed to commit more in the project or face rejection of their bid.

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Flagler Racing Tracks Slots Room Opens to the Public
Wednesday, 11 November 2009

The slots room of the Flagler Racing Track opened on October 15th, 2009. The room offers a total of seven hundred slot machines. The track will also offer virtual blackjack machines.

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Black Bear Entertainment Hopes to Construct Slots Casino in Western Maine
Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Black Bear Entertainment officials proposed to construct a casino facility in Western Maine. The earnings from the slot machines at the casino will be allocated for state education.

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Sands Bethlehems Slot Machines Earnings Slide to Lowest Level Since May 2009
Monday, 09 November 2009

The gross gaming earnings from the slot machines of Sands Bethlehem dropped to their lowest point since its opening last May 2009. Players bet a total of $55.3 million in the slot machines.

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Foxwoods Casino Officials Studies the Possibility of Building a Temporary Slots Facility
Friday, 06 November 2009

Foxwoods said that they are thinking of building a temporary slots facility instead of a permanent one. Casino officials said that they are having difficulty in securing financing for the project.

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Twin River to Pay Dog Owners to Stop Greyhound Racing as it Faces Bankruptcy Issue
Thursday, 05 November 2009

The Twin River slots facility settled with dog owners to stop greyhound racing at the facility. Twin River officials said that the reason why is the bankruptcy issue that they are facing.

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New Hampshire Racinos Pushes for Slot Machines and Table Games
Wednesday, 04 November 2009

Racinos in New Hampshire like the Rockingham Park are pushing for slot machines and casino table games. Rockingham officials said that state legislators must act first before Massachusetts.

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Long Beach Slots Player Wins $1,061,225.26 on Indiana Jones Slot Machine at Pechanga Casino
Monday, 02 November 2009

A slots player from Long Beach won more than $1 million slots jackpot at the Pechanga Casino. Pechanga VP of Slots Buddy Frank said that they are very excited and happy for the lucky player.

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