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Gunshot victim gets help at Tachi Palace Casino

At about 7:00 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4 a man in his late 30s drove up to the Tachi Palace Casino’s main entrance claiming he had been shot. Casino officials called for...

Record Attendance at CGA Annual Meeting

The California Gaming Association, the statewide trade association that represents California cardrooms, held its 2015 annual meeting, tradeshow and golf tournament in...

Chukchansi working toward reopening casino

The Fresno Bee reported that the Picayune Rancheria of Chukchansi Indians elected a new tribal council on Oct. 3 in a full council election. They will now begin to work...

Watsonville cardroom changes hands

In July, the former Ceasar’s Club cardroom in Watsonville, California was sold to an investor group led by Club One Casino owner, Kyle Kirkland. This cardroom has been...

Mortimer’s Card Room closes

Mortimer’s Card Room in Marina abruptly closed its doors for good in late September, much to the surprise of their employees and customers. The Monterey County Weekly...

Bay 101 plan to relocate set in motion

Next May construction is to begin on the initial phase of Bay 101 Casino’s plan to move to the site currently occupied by the San Jose Garden Hotel on the other side...

Club One Casino files Chapter 11

On October 14, 2015, Fresno’s Club One Casino filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection citing the impact of litigation and increased competition.  In bankruptcy...

Park applies for Casino M8trix ownership

According to a recent report in the Silicon Valley Business Journal, John Park applied to purchase 50 percent of Casino M8trix in April. Park is the owner of Park West...

2015 World Series of Poker Results for NorCal Players

              Here are the NorCal players who have cashed in the first 50 events of the 2015 WSOP: Event #1: $565 Casino Employees...

Heart vs. head

By Kenny Smith I hear poker players make a common excuse for a hand that they lose and why they lost. They call a big river bet, knowing that they are behind in a hand...

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