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PokerStars Still Interested in Buying Atlantic City Casino

The parent company of the PokerStars web site still wants to buy an Atlantic City casino, even though a deal to buy one fell through on Wednesday.

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PokerStars Bid to Buy Atlantic City Casino is Scrapped

A bid by the world's largest online poker website to buy an Atlantic City casino has gone bust.

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Atlantic City On Heightened Alert After Boston Blasts

Atlantic City police say they are on heightened alert following the deadly explosions at the Boston marathon.

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Atlantic City’s Casinos See Another Bad Month

Atlantic City's casinos saw their gambling revenue fall by 10.5 percent in March compared with a year ago.

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New Atlantic City Ads: Do AC, and Do it Now

Knowing their resort has a lot going for it — and a lot of challenges potentially holding it back — Atlantic City tourism officials commissioned a survey of potential vacationers.

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NJ Voters Lukewarm on New Internet Gambling Law [AUDIO]

Opinion is divided in the Garden State over the recent decision by the legislature and Governor Chris Christie to allow online gambling.

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Atlantic City Casinos Will Offer Fantasy Bets Online

Atlantic City casinos will be able to offer fantasy sports betting online and in person under a pilot program announced by state regulators.

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A Struggling Revel Replaces CEO in Shakeup

Revel is replacing its chief executive officer as the struggling casino resort prepares for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.

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NJ Sports Betting Program Dealt Setback

A federal judge on Thursday upheld a 21-year-old law prohibiting sports betting in 46 of 50 states, dealing a setback to New Jersey's attempts to revive its struggling casino industry by grabbing a piece of what has become a multibillion-dollar industry, both legal and illegal.

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Internet Gambling Could Be Huge for AC [AUDIO]

New Jersey and Nevada recently became the second and third states in the country to legalize online gambling. A casino expert has predicted that New Jersey will destroy its western counterpart in terms of revenue.

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