Ratings Of NJ Online Casino Free Money Offers For 2017

Borgata Atlantic City settle tax issue

Atlantic City’s state-appointed financial managers and the Borgata have reached an agreement on a $72 million property tax refund for the New Jersey casino.

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Trump Taj Mahal Casino Christie veto

Even after Chris Christie vetoed a bill that would suspend Carl Icahn’s NJ casino license for the Taj Mahal, Icahn announced plans to sell the property.

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NJ online gambling lawmakers Trump

New Jersey Assemblyman Vincent Mazzeo has introduced a resolution imploring President Donald Trump to respect states’ rights to regulate online gambling.

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US Supreme Court Delay NJ Sports Betting Case

The Supreme Court of the United States delayed its decision about sports betting in New Jersey to seek the advice of Solicitor General.

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Borgata Toilet Bandit On Parole

Borgata Casino chip counterfeiter Christian Lusardi was released from a New Jersey prison only to head to federal prison on DVD bootlegging crimes.

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Jason Ader SpringOwl

In a recent letter, Amaya shareholder and SpringOwl CEO Jason Ader suggested that Amaya is better off staying the course than accepting David Baazov’s bid.

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Phil Ivey Edge Sorting Case

Phil Ivey continues to fight back against the Borgata, who claims the poker pro must pay back $9.6 million he won using edge sorting techniques at baccarat.

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Skill based gaming in Atlantic City

Developer GameCo has brought the first skill-based gambling game to Atlantic City casinos, and from the looks of it, will be introducing more variants soon.

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Atlantic City Takeover

In the wake of New Jersey voters mandating Atlantic City be the sole home of casinos in the state, the New Jersey government is taking over AC’s finances.

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Borgata Lifts MGM Earnings

The acquisition of the Borgata was the defining factor in MGM’s strong third quarter, with the NJ casino accounting for $0.60 of MGM’s per share earnings.

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