The Atlantic Club Casino Hotel in Atlantic City says it will close on January 13th, reducing the number of casinos in the struggling gambling resort to eleven.
New Jersey’s top casino regulator has fined the Showboat casino hotel $7,000 for playing games with unshuffled cards, and violating rules regarding the money counting room.
Six months after exiting bankruptcy court, Atlantic City’s newest casino may be up for sale — or headed back to bankruptcy.
The Atlantic Club Casino Hotel filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday, the second Atlantic City casino to do so this year.
State lottery director Vernon Kirk said Tuesday that officials will conduct a “soft launch” of online gambling on Thursday with a select group of preferred players.
The changes planned for the updated casino include a completely new casino floor layout, new carpets and walkways, new chairs at table games and slots, and color coded slot locations.
“He contributed a lot to the city of Philadelphia and to this country,” said Philadelphia city councilwoman Marian Tasco. “This city has lost an outstanding leader, good citizen, and a great benefactor.”
The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa on Wednesday received New Jersey’s first Internet gambling permit.
Six firms are in the running for a second casino license in Philadelphia, and today the Gaming Control Board will get a detailed review of those applications from the mayor’s Commerce Director Alan Greenbeger.
A British online gambling company says it wants to buy or build an Atlantic City casino so it can offer online betting in the United States.
An Atlantic City casino can control how much weight that its cocktail servers gain.
As Sandra Taliaferro prepares to move out of her apartment to make way for redevelopment efforts near Atlantic City’s newest casino, she recalls the state of the city when she moved there as a teenager more than 50 years ago.
Atlantic City’s newest casino has laid off 75 salaried professional employees even as the casino is attracting more customers.
Summer got off to a cold start for Atlantic City’s casinos, which took in 12.6 percent less than they did at the start of last summer.
An amazing fact is that Pennsylvania is second to Nevada in casino revenues and since Atlantic City peaked in 2006 the battle has raged between the two casinos.