Kicking Out Card Counters

  Picture this. Five blackjack card counting advocates addressing an audience of casino industry executives in Las Vegas on the topic of “The Intelligent Player: Friend or Foe”? The panelist included Stanford Wong, Arnold Snyder, Olaf Vancura, Anthony Curtis (moderator) and yours truly. For those that don’t know these gentlemen let me elaborate. Wong played … Read moreKicking Out Card Counters

Kentucky Considers Slots Gaming Expansion at Horse Racing Tracks

On January 27th, 2009, if there is a race among the states looking to cut back their budget deficits by expanded gambling, the state of Kentucky is probably on the forefront. Based on the general reaction to a gaming proposal last week that would place video lottery machines in Kentucky’s horse racing tracks, Kentucky is … Read moreKentucky Considers Slots Gaming Expansion at Horse Racing Tracks

Kentucky Officials Studies Merits of Slot Machine Installation at the Kentucky Downs

Could casino-style slot machines solve the state of Kentucky’s billion dollars budget deficit problems? On June 18th, 2009, Kentucky legislators debated the controversial gaming plan in a special session. In the state of Kentucky, horse racing is more than just a hobby. They are considered as one of Kentucky’s economic engines. For local horse racing … Read moreKentucky Officials Studies Merits of Slot Machine Installation at the Kentucky Downs

Kentucky Officials Reviews House Speaker Stumbos Slots Proposal

On March 13th, 2009, consultants for the state of Kentucky’s racing tracks told House members that video slots terminals could earn as much as $937.8 million in total revenues during their first year if allowed for the state’s racing tracks. The market study from the Innovation Group was presented to the members of the House … Read moreKentucky Officials Reviews House Speaker Stumbos Slots Proposal