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$2.7 Million In Counterfeit Poker Chips Found In AC Casino Clogged PipeThat, in turn, led authorities to a man they say sneaked fake chips into a poker tournament at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, prompting the cancellation of one of its events last week.
NJ Predicts Internet Gambling Will Pick Up This YearInternet 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.
NJ OKs Statewide Internet Gambling For 6 Casinos New Jersey gambling regulators gave six casinos the green light to offer Internet gambling statewide on Monday.
Online Gamblers At NJ Border May Be Locked Out New Jersey is deadly serious about making sure anyone who gambles online once Internet betting begins this week is physically within the state.
Despite Best Month Yet, Revel Casino Not Meeting Revenue ExpectationsRevel casino's revenue continued to increase in August but it's still in eighth place among Atlantic City's 12 casinos. Yesterday's revenue report from the Division of Gaming Enforcement shows the industry is still struggling.
New Jersey Seizes $70,000 In Ineligible Casino JackpotsNew Jersey has seized nearly $70,000 in jackpots won by gamblers who told Atlantic City casinos to keep them out.
New Jersey: Tropicana Allowed 14-Year-Old To Play SlotsNew Jersey casino regulators are considering fines against several gambling halls for allowing people to gamble who shouldn’t have, including a 14-year-old boy who played slots at the Tropicana.
Bally's Fined $25,000 In Underage Gambling CaseThe state Division of Gaming Enforcement has fined Bally's Atlantic City $25,000 for allowing an underage patron to gamble.

Pink Slips For 115 NJ Casino InspectorsTwo days after New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed legislation aimed at jump starting the casino business down the shore, layoff notices have gone out to most of those now serving as casino inspectors.
Work Begins On Atlantic City Regulatory ChangesIn Trenton, the work is beginning on making some of the regulatory changes Governor Chris Christie has called for on improving the competitive position of Atlantic City’s 11 casinos.