Let Em Ride Takes the Cake in Bovada’s Online Casino

by Lucky Gaming on January 16, 2012

Hope you casino playas had a wild weekend of fun in the gaming sun. We are back with more huge winners in the Bovada Casino.

And first, big shoutout to a Bovada regular, Jack M from Chicago, IL. He recently won $20,800 on Blackjack. We had to thank him first because he works harder than the Denver Broncos punt team to pull in that big money. So congrats to him!


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More Bovada Casino Online Slots Paying Out Big

by Lucky Gaming on January 11, 2012

The Bovada Casino has become like Oprah Winfrey's "Favorite Things" episodes from the back in the day: "You get a jackpot, and you get a jackpot, and you get a jackpot ... you all get a jackpot!"

Awesome, and in case you think we're fibbing we've got another list of winners from January 10. Get in on the slots while they're hot people, players are gettin' paid!


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Ronin Slot Pays Big in Bovada Casino Over Weekend!

by Lucky Gaming on January 10, 2012

Grass grows, Jay-Z raps, and the Bovada Casino pays ... big!
In a weekend where Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos collected a monster check for upsetting the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bovada's casino players did the same. Starting with the Ronin slot machine!


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Witches and Wizards Pays Out Most in Bovada’s Online Casino

by Lucky Gaming on January 6, 2012

How do you handle the post-holiday blues? Win a lucrative online casino jackpot of course!
Since the Bovada Casino has been up in running it's been dropping jackpots on customers who take the plunge and play to win. Sure you can play in Bovada's free online casino, but the one with real money can pay off your mortgage!

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Casino News – Macau Boom Due to Illegal Money?

by Lucky Gaming on January 5, 2012

If you’ve had your ear to the online casino industry you know about Macau, China. About the monster that it has become, nearly eclipsing Las Vegas, Nevada as the Mecca of gaming.
However, according to a CNN report that may be due to illegal money transfers from mainland China.

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Casino News: Las Vegas No. 14 on Drunkest Cities List

by Lucky Gaming on December 30, 2011

Las Vegas, Nevada, you should be ashamed of yourselves. After years of building that “Sin City” rep, years of slogans like “what happens here, stays here”, thousands of drunken weddings, you come in at only No. 14 on the Drunkest City List?

“They obviously didn’t check the desert for passed out partiers while here in Vegas,” Vegas commenter “Sincitywingfan” wrote. “Average drinks in a month = 14? Seriously? That is an average for a night with gamblers.”

Damn straight.

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Record New Year’s Eve Crowd Expected in Vegas

by Lucky Gaming on December 29, 2011

Las Vegas, Nevada is still the place to be for New Year’s Eve.

A record 314,000 tourists are expected to celebrate on the Strip and elsewhere Saturday night, paying higher prices at sold-out hotels, packing nightclubs to see the Kardashians, Black Eyed Peas and Stevie Wonder close out 2012. We feel sorry for those who opted to party with the Kardashians over Stevie Wonder.

The one night of liquor and confetti will bring in a boatload of cash for Sin City. An estimated $193 million in gaming revenue is expecting, preparing Vegas for a promising 2012.

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Play Blackjack and Play Your Way to Bovada’s Legendary Party

by Lucky Gaming on December 28, 2011

We are now in week two of Bovada's Play Your Way To Party promotion, where qualified sports, poker, casino and horse racing players are playing for one of eight trips to a legendary Bovada party.

Don’t have a Bovada account? Join today! Bovada offers great deposit bonuses and the best player support around!

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Casino News: Mayor Bloomberg Supports Gaming in NYC

by Lucky Gaming on December 28, 2011

Can you believe that despite having a city that never sleeps New York City doesn’t have an active casino industry?
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is looking to change all that.
“Do I support casino gaming at a New York City location? . . . Yes,” he said in a recent interview.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg also supports the idea, as long as the city gets some of the tax revenue of course.

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Hooters Hotel and Casino Las Vegas to Be Auctioned Off In Order to Relieve Debt

by Lucky Gaming Writer on December 20, 2011

Do you want in on the Hooters Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas that has been a leader in what some may call the “breastaurant” industry for decades now? After filing Chapter 11 bankruptcy, the hotel has struck a deal in bankruptcy court with their debtors to have the hotel auctioned off to the highest bidder. Any takers?

Hooters took their unique burgers and wings concept and turned it into an empire with several franchise restaurants appearing from New York City to San Jose, Costa Rica. The Hooters Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas was opened in 2006 and took over the former San Remo Hotel located on East Tropicana Avenue.

After incurring $180 million in debt, the property was forced to file for bankruptcy back in August and a recent solution to auction the property was devised by both Hooters and Canpartners Realty Holding Company in order to help relieve some of the debt.

Canparters claims that they can expect to receive at least $70 million for the property that currently is in need of some serious upgrades. The plan now is for them to work toward finding what they call a “stalking horse bidder” or an initial bidder who will help them gauge the market so they can get an idea of what to expect once they proceed with the Hooters auction, claims the Las Vegas Review Journal.

Debtors claim that there have been several attempts to salvage the property but unfortunately there wasn’t much success. No date has been set as of yet for the auction.

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