World-famous poker player Phil Ivey says his disputed $9.6 million baccarat win at Atlantic City's Borgata casino was all skill, and he's seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit in which the casino accuses him of cheating.
A cheating scandal at a casino poker tournament has led to new security measures, including chips that are more intricate, have more colors and include an authentication element that can be checked under ultraviolet light.
Revenues at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa increased by nearly 7 percent in the third quarter of this year as Atlantic City's top casino continued to increase its grip on the market while preparing for the launch of online gambling.
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