Fraud Charges Filed Against Man Who Allegedly Used Fake Poker Chips In AC Then Flushed Them Down The Toilet
A clogged toilet down the shore helped New Jersey authorities track down a North Carolina man indicted Wednesday for allegedly trying to rig a poker tournament.
John Beatty, of Red Lion, reportedly won the $667,106.32 jackpot while playing a 25 cent, five-line “Monopoly Wheel Luxury Diamonds” slot machine for just two minutes.
New Jersey gambling regulators have given permission to The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa to host the first skill-based gambling event.
Rich discussed the criticism received by the film ‘American Sniper,’ and why showering everyday is bad for your skin. He talked to Dr. Paul Boxer from Rutgers University about the challenges to local curfews, Jerry Price from Princeton University about running up the score in a basketball game, and Army Sniper Nicholas Irving about his book, The Reaper.
AC Casino Under Fire After Honoring MLK With Menu Of Fried Chicken, Collard Greens And Macaroni & Cheese
Joe Lupo, senior vice president of the Borgata in Atlantic City, says The Metropolitan restaurant chose menu items that were among King’s favorite foods, as documented in numerous historical sources.
Revel has been sold and MGM is back as a half partner at the Borgata.
The Borgata filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against Phillip Ivey Jr., who calls himself the greatest gambler of all time.
The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement revealed Tuesday it has issued $26,500 worth of fines against the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, and Revel Casino Hotel.
Internet gambling is off to a slow start in New Jersey, but nearly everyone involved or interested in it expects online betting to gain steam in 2014.
The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa on Wednesday received New Jersey’s first Internet gambling permit.
Police say $500,000 in merchandise was stolen from an Atlantic City casino Monday night.
Officials have announced that a Connecticut man won $2.6 million while playing the penny slots in Atlantic City.
If you’re headed down the shore this summer, come hungry, as there many new places to dine.
In the ’90s, if the idea was suggested that Soundgarden would still be around in two decades, playing a posh casino in Atlantic City for fans paying $85 a pop, even fans would have found it hard to believe.
Revel, Atlantic City’s newest casino, will be filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy next month, less than one year after opening to the public.