Hollywood Bangor Hasn’t Been Updated in Years

My wife and I recently visited the Maine casinos. It was time for our usual Maine marathon to Hollywood Casino, Hotel and Raceway in Bangor and Oxford Casino and Hotel in Oxford. After four years in a row of reporting about these properties, it’s hard to understand why anyone besides locals in a two-hour radius … Continue reading Hollywood Bangor Hasn’t Been Updated in Years

Mornings In Casinos is the Best for Me

Here's a retread, one of my first posts - updated.  It was true then, and it's true now. I just want to reflect on why I like mornings for gambling, or at casinos in general. I can hear Linus singing "Happiness" at the end of the first Peanuts Casino animation, coming soon.  "Mornings In Casinos … Continue reading Mornings In Casinos is the Best for Me

When Video Poker Machines Hesitate – What Does It Mean?

We have all been there - those of us who play Video Poker and Slots.  You're playing along, things are going well, and then it happens......the machine pause for a moment!  What does it mean?  Was I winning too much?  Did someone in the "Office Upstairs" turn on that switch that changes winning into losing?  … Continue reading When Video Poker Machines Hesitate – What Does It Mean?

New England Casino Gambling History – Updated

The New England Casino Gambling History has been much like  a horse race. To begin with, it was a slow trot for New England to socially approve of  gambling. Soon, it changed to a full sprint. In fact, there is no finish line in sight. With the word "saturation" thrown around annually, casino expansion continues. … Continue reading New England Casino Gambling History – Updated

“CASINO VISIT SECURITY TIPS” by Frank Scoblete

Do you feel safe in the casino?  If so, there are things you can do to feel safe in the casino. Today we offer this great article by Frank Scoblete, author and owner of Casino City Times  concerning Casino Visit Security Tips. NETG ran a series last year on Mondays to bring you a Gambling Post … Continue reading “CASINO VISIT SECURITY TIPS” by Frank Scoblete