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World Poker Tour Fuels Growth of Tournament Poker

The phenomenal success of the World Poker Tour on the Travel Channel, has been a boon for casinos and poker parlors across the nation, but among the biggest winners are those organizations hosting tournaments on the WPT and the players on the Tour.

SEC: Ponzi Scheme Involved Gambling

News Brief: Blake A. Prater, the man the Securities and Exchange Commission says masterminded an alleged Internet Ponzi scheme, also operated a `production gambling’ company that paid employees to bet company money at craps tables at local casinos.

Connecticut Slot Revenues Acceptable

News Brief: Slot machine revenues were respectable at the region's two American Indian casinos in September, even though the numbers did not compare well with last year's figures, executives said.

Police Disclose How Alleged Theft At Casino Was Carried Out

News Brief: A former Foxwoods Resort Casino employee charged with stealing $20,000 did so by concealing bundles of cash and removing them from the casino after falsifying a slip to conceal the theft, according to state police.

Anti-Gambling Group Aiming at Foxwoods

News Brief: Not content with at least temporarily blocking new Indian casinos in Connecticut, a statewide anti-gambling expansion group is now aiming to stop Foxwoods Casino’s expansion plans.

One-Millionth Bus Passenger Arrives At Foxwoods

A Massachusetts woman became the one-millionth bus passenger and won a party for the other passengers.

Gambling and Gamboling in Connecticut

Catherine Poe: "There is no doubt about it, Connecticut is schizophrenic. On the one hand, it suffers from urban eyesore, traffic snarls on the interstates, and that all-American blight, sprawling shopping malls and outlet centers. Yet get off I-95 and within five minutes you are in a wonderful cliché of country roads, stone fences, clapboard houses, widow walks, windjammers, meandering rivers, and historic cider mills. This is America-dreaming, how it should be, could be."

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