(Română) Bahamas, câștig la dublu: turism și jocuri de noroc!
Apr04

(Română) Bahamas, câștig la dublu: turism și jocuri de noroc!

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The Grand Ho Tram Strip Casino – Excursion into the world of Vietnamese extravagance
Mar26

The Grand Ho Tram Strip Casino – Excursion into the world of Vietnamese extravagance

by Paul Dan Goooood morning, Vietnam! A world-known hello, from the war years. But the military uniform and boots era has passed, and now we are seeking relaxation, entertainment, and adrenaline. And where else would we find it, if not at The Grand Ho Tram Strip, only a two hour car ride away from Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam’s largest city, known for a long time as Saigon! Large and imposing, daring and extravagant, The Grand Resort and...

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The Dominican Republic, the players’ paradise
Mar02

The Dominican Republic, the players’ paradise

The little country in the Caribbean Sea is not only a dream destination for those loving luxury, but also a paradise for gambling enthusiasts by Gigi Stancu You can find sea, sun and soft sand in many places on this planet, and the giants of the tourism industry now this. Faces a more and more harsh competition, those responsible for the promotion policies of different exotic destinations have tried to offer something more than just...

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In Las Vegas, Poker Still Beats Sports Betting In Revenue Per Square Foot
Feb05

In Las Vegas, Poker Still Beats Sports Betting In Revenue Per Square Foot

By now it’s no secret that poker revenue for Las Vegas’ casinos has remained relatively flat in recent years while sports betting revenue has grown significantly in the 2010s. However, the poker rooms still maintain a significant edge over the race and sports books in one category: revenue per square foot. According to figures released by Nevada casino regulators in the annual Gaming Abstract, the 43 brick-and-mortar poker rooms in...

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HAITI, a country of contrasts, including in gambling
Jan23

HAITI, a country of contrasts, including in gambling

Haiti is the poorest country in the Caribbean and one of the poorest in the world with a GDP of approx. $ 1,000 per capita. This country has the third largest population in the region (10.6 million inhabitants) and shares the Hispaniola island with the Dominican Republic. The spoken languages are French and Creole, but English is also spoken in the tourist areas. The Haitians do not do well, 80% of them live in poverty, but they have...

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