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It’s not surprising that the initial response by the authorities in Manila to a rampaging gunman, setting fire to gaming tables in the Resorts World casino was to suspect an act of terrorism - especially as ISIS opportunistically claimed the attack as their own. As the investigation progressed, the authorities have dismissed any terrorist or political motivation. The attack was simply a someone with a gambling problem intent on stealing chips! Regardless of the motivation, the outcome was dreadful: 37 people killed and many more injured.

Three great companies. One great Party: FBM, WIN SYSTEMS ZITRO join To celebrate in a big way in Las Vegas

The companies, FBM, Wins Systems and Zitro have teamed up to offer a great party full of fun and excitement during the week of the international trade show G2E in Las Vegas. Under the motto "The Great Pack Party", these three companies will offer all their guests a unique event, to be held in one of the most emblematic venues in the city.

Real Money Casino Games vs Fun Casino

The online gambling market has seen consistent growth since the early days when online casinos offered little more than portals to place fairly basic bets. The first online casino came into being in 1996 and gave players the chance to play 18 games. Since those days, the industry has expanded rapidly and there are now thousands of reputable places where you can play casino games online like webxcon for example

Red carpet event marks Rainbow Casino Cardiff re-launch

The great and the good of Cardiff descended on Rainbow Casino on Mary Ann Street in the centre of Cardiff for a star-studded VIP event. Local celebs, dignitaries and members of the Cardiff business community were all in attendance to enjoy the celebrations.

The venue was officially opened by Wales and Blues Captain Sam Warburton, the Lord Mayor of Cardiff, Rainbow Casino Managing Director Duncan Savage and Cardiff Casino General Manager, Richard Phillips.

Phil Ivey's edge sorting by John Connolly (Putting the record straight).

First of all, no bets were placed after the cards were drawn.

All bets were placed before any cards came out of the shoe.

So that puts that misconception to bed right away.

How events actually unfolded. We must remember that Cheung-Yin Sun known as the "Queen of Sorts" was involved in an edge sorting scam at Foxwoods Resort Casino in December of 2011, along with two other Chinese nationals. Following that episode, she hooked up with Phil Ivey.