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13 07, 2018

Re-opening of two “New- Old” Casinos in Atlantic City

By |2018-07-12T10:02:49+00:00July 13th, 2018|Atlantic City, Revel Casino, Trump Taj Mahal|0 Comments

On the 28th of June, Atlantic City experienced two events as it hasn't had for years. After a long period of recession marked by the closure of several of its casinos, the historic capital of the US East coast casinos, is again the scene of the opening of two casinos: Hard Rock Atlantic City and [...]

8 03, 2017

Casinos Names Change in Atlantic City

By |2017-03-08T10:17:58+00:00March 8th, 2017|Atlantic City, Revel Casino, Trump Taj Mahal|0 Comments

When you think of the skyline in Atlantic City, most people envision the larger than life casinos that once brought hordes of gamblers to the city. Though this may not be completely the case anymore, there are still some very iconic buildings hoping to change to meet the new demands of the tourist market. There [...]

14 03, 2015

Some better news for American casinos

By |2015-03-14T07:30:04+00:00March 14th, 2015|Nevada, Trump Taj Mahal|0 Comments

The past few years have seen a decline in most areas of the American casino industry. There have been well publicised casino closures and highly financed opposition to online gambling which is still only legal in three states, Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey. The better news concerns developments in the states of Nevada and New [...]

20 12, 2014

Last ditch effort to save Atlantic City Taj Mahal Casino

By |2014-12-20T07:56:52+00:00December 20th, 2014|Trump Taj Mahal|0 Comments

The situation for Atlantic City’s remaining casinos continues with the possible closure of the Trump Taj Mahal casino. The Taj Mahal’s owners Trump Entertainment Resorts are hoping that an appeal made in a letter sent by the company to the billionaire investor Carl Icahn will result in him saving the casino. Carl Icahn owns most [...]

29 10, 2014

More bad news for Atlantic City’s casinos

By |2014-10-29T09:10:41+00:00October 29th, 2014|Atlantic City, Trump Taj Mahal|0 Comments

2014 has not been a good year for Atlantic City’s land based casinos. The city has lost 4 out of its 12 casinos and it looks as if the total number of closures will reach 5 by the end of the year. The first to close was the Atlantic Club and then Caesars Entertainment closed [...]

1 10, 2014

Trump Taj Mahal Casino faces uncertain future

By |2019-02-23T09:48:52+00:00October 1st, 2014|Atlantic City, Trump Taj Mahal|0 Comments

In its heyday Donald Trump’s name was synonymous with Casino gambling in Atlantic City. Now, however the two casinos that still bear his name have faced difficult times over the years since he withdrew from the casino business. The Trump Plaza casino and hotel closed down on the 16th of September 2014. The casino and [...]