Author: Gary Parkinson

What Does Detroit Bankruptcy Filing Mean For Caesars Windsor

At the end of last week, a municipal bankruptcy filing was announced that could impose drastic consequences on various industries.  While Detroit will struggle to pay down its debts and support its crumbling infrastructure, the implications of bankruptcy could cross the border into Canada, posing a significant risk for Caesars Windsor casino. As one of…

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Learning The Skills And The Moves Of Poker

One of the most popular and recognizable casino games is poker, the name itself refers to a “family” of card games. Poker is played in a number of tournaments around the world, within casinos as well as online in various internet poker rooms. Read More

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WSOP Labels 44th Annual Tournament As ‘Year Of Canada’

The World Series of Poker wraps up its 44th main event today when a champion is crowned at the final table in the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.  The tournament unsurprisingly was dominated by US players, who won 40 bracelets throughout the duration of the tournament. There were players originating from…

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Amaya Gaming Releases New Avengers Slots Through SkillOnNet

Canada’s signature online, offline, and mobile casino software developer teamed up with Marvel Entertainment for the highly anticipated online Avengers slots game.  Amaya Gaming, based in Pointe-Claire Quebec, partnered with Marvel Entertainment to develop the new game, and online casino software provider SkillOnNet is the first to publicly release the Avengers slots. The game is…

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Sounds Of The Slots Instill Physiological Arousal

Slot machines are typically accompanied by ringing sounds, which make the game more exciting for players.  But a new study by researchers at the University of Waterloo suggests the sounds of the slots cause players to overestimate the amount they win, while also increasing a physiological arousal in the body. The study was led by…

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Sportsbetting Bill Defeated By Senate Inaction

The summer months are a time of reflection for Canada’s political leaders, and the unelected Senators have much to think about on this summer break.  Scandals plagued Canada’s upper house all through the spring, which prevented legitimate work on important pieces of legislation. Sadly for Canadian sports bettors who were hoping the Senate would approve…

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