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      It's fairly well publicized that fierce competition exists between online casinos and their web sites. But a new battle is heating up the competition among the casino players, and the choice of software suppliers determines which side the players fall on. We're talking about the rivalry between the progressive jackpots of Microgaming and CryptoLogic. The online progressive game phenomenon began in April 1999 when Microgaming introduced CashSplash, the first progressive online ...

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Private-gambling limits Slot Deposit Pulsa revised

Free-spending high rollers would have to bet $10,000 a hand on table games and $500 a pull on slots to gamble in private Nevada casinos, according to a newly modified state rule that is being considered by Nevada gaming regulators. The proposal before the state Gaming Control Board previously set the minimum bet at $20,000 a hand and $500 a pull, but some Las Vegas casinos felt the table minimum was ...

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In a Gambling Haven, Betting on the Disney Touch with Online Casino Singapore

David Chow would never be mistaken for Walt Disney. Start with the torpedo-length cigar and the designer suit, two sizes too big for his rail-thin frame. Add his flamboyant career in gambling, which Mr. Chow says has made him an easy mark for law enforcement. "They looked into my background for years — the F.B.I., C.I.A., you name it," said Mr. Chow, who used to work in Las Vegas and now ...

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Social marketing has evolved for Playable Mobile Ads

Social advertising has actually evolved in to a REALLY important kind medium whose outcomes are felt both on and off the internet today. From our current presidential election, to the public opinion of the California Octuplets’ mom, social media has actually had a significant effect.   Brought forth from the growing popularity of ‘all things internet 2.0 social network websites are turning up all over the web. With little surprise it hasn’t ...

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Casinos urged to embrace Togel Hongkong technology

ATLANTIC CITY - The future of the casino business belongs to those who embrace and push for cutting-edge technology to improve customer service and back-of-the-house efficiencies.   That's the word from an executive whose company this year issued a card that players can use to accumulate gambling points at one casino, redeem them an hour later for show tickets at another casino and charge dinner to their hotel room at a third ...

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At this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Aesthetic Science is previewing Hollywood Exotica, the first chapter in a new genre of gaming that combines live events, CD-ROM games, board games, and trading cards to create an ongoing lifestyle experience where every player can participate. Los Angeles – May 10, 2002 – At this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Aesthetic Science is previewing Hollywood Exotica, the first chapter in a new genre ...

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Roulette Casino & Sportsbook Review and Keluaran Hk

Main Review Bottom Line Roulette Casino & Sportsbook is another that uses the Softec gaming package. Nothing stands out here compared to the other Softec sites. If you like the Softec package, see if their themes here appeal to you, if you don’t like the Softec package, then there’s nothing here for you. I give Roulette Casino a rating of 3.75 chips. Overview Roulette Casino uses the Softec Software package, and also offers a ...

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Togel Singapore Four-Flusher

"The Malihowski's put fried onions on their oatmeal!" Mom was sounding off at me again for not eating my oatmeal. What did she expect? Who would eat oatmeal that didn't have any sugar on it? It was during World War II. Sugar was rationed and Mom was using saccharin, the original sugar substitute, to sweeten my oatmeal. I had no idea how she knew that the Malihowski's put fried onions ...

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Recapping the UFABET Races

I’m now in Europe on a lecture tour and family vacation, a far cry from my usual equine haunts but a much needed change of pace (pun intended). In my last column I dis-cussed the Kentucky Derby and the Triple Crown prior to the running, with special emphasis on the dual qualifiers Saarland, Johannesburg, and Came Home. I was quite sure Johannesburg, with only one 2002 start, would do poorly, ...

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