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Niagara Falls gets major casino competition

Niagara Falls is worried. Big time. The city, which has relied on two casinos to attract tourists for decades, now faces new competition. No, not from a new casino across the Rainbow Bridge. Seneca Casino already exists just 1.1 miles down the street and across the river. The two Niagara Falls, Canada casinos and the US casino have managed to coexist for years, competing for different segments of business. But…

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Monthly Promotion: Celebrate your Independence with CoolCat Casino

Independence Day may be on the fourth of July, but that isn’t stopping CoolCat from continuing the festivities all month long. Grab your American flag and a box of sparklers, and enjoy the freedoms that our forefathers worked to so tirelessly ensure. Take advantage of an amazing deposit bonus or two, and you could be on your way to a star-spangled free casino chip that’s the perfect option for supercharging…

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The Craziest Gambling Wins: Part Two

Wins in casinos come in all shapes and sizes, and, occasionally, they are simply too amazing to ignore. In part one, we took a look at a few unbelievable gambling success stories, but those were just the tip of the iceberg. This time, we’re going to examine the best of the best, the whackiest of the whacky and the biggest of the big. Without further ado, let’s take a closer…

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The Craziest Gambling Wins: Part One

Despite the persistent presence of the house edge, gamblers around the world continue to play in hopes of striking it rich. In 2014, professional gambler Phil Ivey caught the attention of the industry when he banked $9 million playing baccarat, but his winnings are neither the first nor the largest on record. In fact, the history of gambling is littered with unbelievable examples of amazing winnings. In this two part…

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Waterpark and entertainment complex could be coming to Atlantic City

When Atlantic City promotes itself, it usually focuses on its casinos, (which are dwindling in numbers), nightlife (which is virtually nonexistent) and dining (which is actually pretty great, but that’s a post for another day). But it often overlooks one of its prized natural wonders. I’m talking about the Atlantic Ocean. Step outside any of the boardwalk hotels and there it is: The Atlantic Ocean. But it’s not celebrated the…

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