As of Saturday, the odds of winning the Mega Millions lottery are better–and worse.
Maryland casinos bring in the dough. Gamblers generated $65 million in September, $19 million more than September a year ago.
The Rocky Gap Casino Resort has received approval to have live poker games.
The Rocky Gap Casino near Cumberland is demonstrating its poker tables for Maryland gambling regulators.
More than two dozen instances of underage gambling at Maryland casinos will cost casino operators tens of thousands of dollars in fines.
Casino construction is underway. Drive down Russell Street now and you can see the beginning of what’s soon to be Baltimore City’s first casino.
Major money for Anne Arundel County after Maryland Live! reveals its latest list of grant recipients.
Maryland’s got game. The Maryland Live! Casino poker room is adding to the appeal of the state’s number one gambling revenue maker.
Playing the lottery pours millions into the state coffers–about $830 million this year alone. But it’s not all good news. As competition from casinos grows, lottery revenues are down.
The ground has been broken and now things will soon get vertical as Horseshoe Casino enters its next phase of construction.
Maryland Live! breaks through to the next big thing–a 15,000 square foot, 52 table poker room.
With deep-pocketed casino companies apparently satisfied with the Maryland General Assembly’s changes to the state’s gambling laws in 2012, the list of top-spending Annapolis lobbying groups returned to historical norms this year.