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Europe’s biggest betting exchange, Betfair.com, is committed to stay put in New Jersey despite its Atlantic City casino partner shutting down earlier this month, BettingNewJersey.com has confirmed.
Last week, it was announced that Taj Mahal online gambling partner Ultimate Gaming would exit the New Jersey market. The Taj Mahal recently filed for bankruptcy protection and is in danger of shutting down as well.
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Betfair, while offering state-of-the-art casino games and poker, is probably best known for being the world’s largest betting exchange for sports bettors.
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The Associated Press is reporting that the now shuttered Revel Casino in Atlantic City has found a possible buyer.
From the AP: "The casino said in the bankruptcy court filing that Glenn Straub's Polo North Country Club, Inc., made the cash bid for the $2.4 billion resort. The casino also wants a judge to set an auction for Sept. 24 if any higher bids are received by Sept. 23. A bankruptcy court judge would have to approve any sale.
ATLANTIC CITY – (Associated Press) - Gov. Chris Christie said Monday that Atlantic City is undergoing a natural and necessary transformation as it expands beyond a gambling-only resort.
Christie convened a summit meeting on the resort’s future that was closed to the public and press for all but the very beginning of his remarks. But afterward, he said the changes buffeting the seaside gambling resort couldn’t be avoided.
Atlantic City began the year with 12 casinos. Three of them have already closed, and a fourth is shutting down next week.
Wayne Parry of the Associated Press revealed on Monday that the current owners of the Revel Casino in Atlantic City had intended to shut down the $2.4 billion resort immediately, meaning August 18, 2014.
The ownership group had asked the state Division of Gaming Enforcement permission to close on this date but were denied.
A bill to legalize sports betting in the state of New Jersey had been vetoed by Governor Chris Christie.
He pulled out his veto pen Friday afternoon.
Democratic state Senator Raymond Lesniak co-sponsored the bill in question after various judges supported the professional sports leagues notion that a federal ban should be upheld. “New Jersey has a right to have what Las Vegas has," Lesniak said, pointing to the fact that Nevada is permitted to allow sports wagering.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has signed into law legislation that would permit gamblers to self-exclude themselves from casinos and online websites.
The law applies to anyone who signs up and makes a request. Previously, individuals would have had to demonstrate that they had a gambling problem.
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Happy Father’s Day from our good friends at Virgin Casino, which enjoys a partnership with the historic Tropicana Casino.
At Virgin Casino, they were showing their players some love by giving them 20% back on their Net Loss this Father’s Day weekend. Mom’s and non-Dads are welcome.
Until now, residents of New Jersey who wanted to prevent themselves from gambling, would need to place their names onto a list and admit that they have a gambling problem. After the passing of A2444, this law has now changed.
Under the New Jersey’s Self-Exclusion Bill, New Jersey residents will now be able to stop themselves from being able to gamble without admitting a gambling problem.