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Foxwoods closer to settling debt restructuring

Foxwoods making progress on negotiations to restructure its debt.

Foxwoods welcomes Irish rock band The Script

The Script will perform at the MGM MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods in Connecticut on Oct. 15.

Scammer who targeted casino patron returns to court

Case centres on woman who is alleged to have conned an elderly casino patron out of $20,000.

Mohegan Sun to unveil $10 million buffet upgrade

Mohegan Sun to unveil major $10 million upgrade to its Seasons Buffet, including a fresh approach to the buffet concept.

Mohegan Sun to kick off major poker tournament

The $250,000 Summer Showdown Poker Tournament is set to begin on July 7 in Mohegan Sun's Convention Center.

Top-10 games that should be played at the WSOP

The WSOP is always evolving; for the first time ever, Badugi was dealt as part of a 10-game mix event just this year. After some quick thought, Casino City's Aaron Todd compiled a list of 10 poker games he'd like to see become bracelet events in 2012.

Bruins go to Foxwoods, drink $100,000 champagne out of Stanley Cup

Bruins drink bottle of champagne worth $100,000 out of Stanley Cup at Foxwoods.

Connecticut: Slot win declines in May

Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods see a decline for May in slot revenue figures over last year.

Foxwoods slot revenues down slightly

Both Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods saw slight decline in slot revenue during February.

Selbst, Mercier go back-to-back at NAPT Mohegan Sun

Team PokerStars Pros Vanessa Selbst and Jason Mercier both managed to successfully defend the titles they won last year at North American Poker Tour Mohegan Sun event. Selbst took down the Main Event championship while Mercier won the $10,000 Bounty Shootout event.

Mohegan Sun celebrating Massachusetts in April

The Connecticut casino is running its second annual "Mass Appeal" promotion that includes celebrity appearances gifts, food and shopping discounts.

Vin's top-10 poker rooms

Casino City's Vin Narayanan rates his top-10 land-based poker rooms in the world.

Foxwoods February slot revenues fall slightly

Eastern Connecticut's two casinos see revenue February decline on last year's numbers, but improve compared to weather-challenged January numbers.

Player hits major jackpot in Kansas City

A lucky person won over $600,000 at Harrah's Casino by hitting a jackpot on a Monopoly Advance to Boardwalk slot machine.

Folk hero Soi Nguyen to remain busy in 2010

Soi Nguyen was the folk hero of the 2010 World Series of Poker, but if you expected the medical supplies salesperson from California to ride off into the sunset, think again.

Duhamel proving he has what it takes to be the champ

Jonathan Duhamel has been soaking up the spotlight in the three months since he won the World Series of Poker's Main Event. His comfort level with his newfound fame stands in stark contrast to another Main Event champ who is once again making news this week - Peter Eastgate.

November Nine reunited for "historic" event

The 2010 Main Event final table reunited at Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut on Tuesday for a one-day, one-of-a-kind freeroll tournament. The reunion was the brainchild of Bernard Lee, the professional poker player, media personality and spokesman for Foxwoods' WPT Poker Room.

Foxwoods poker players get the experience of a lifetime against the November Nine

Springfield, Mass., resident Phil Jackson came to Foxwoods expecting to play in a 30-person poker tournament with a $5,000 first-place prize. Little did he know he'd be facing all nine members of the 2010 WSOP November Nine.

The Gang talks with Bernard Lee about the November Nine reunion

Casino City's Aaron Todd talks with Foxwoods Poker Ambassador Bernard Lee about the reunion of the 2010 November Nine he organized as part of the Foxwoods MegaStack tournament series in February, why New Jersey governor Chris Christie should sign legislation that would regulate intrastate online gambling, taking his home game online with PokerStars, and makes his AFC and NFC Championship game picks.

Ten reasons Christie should sign the N.J. online gambling bill

The New Jersey legislature sent a bill that would regulate intrastate Internet gambling to Governor Chris Christie's desk last week, and the only obstacle keeping it from becoming law is the possibility of the governor's veto. Casino City's Aaron Todd lays out the case for why Christie should sign the bill into law.

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