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  • 01:02

    Casino City Gang: Legalize it edition

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    In the wake of ESPN The Magazine's recent story, Casino City's Dan Podheiser and Aaron Todd discuss NBA commissioner Adam Silver's stance on sports betting and what it could mean for states that wish to regulate the industry. They also dissect the 2015 World Series of Poker schedule, talk about Dan's recent experience playing a tournament on PokerStars Home Games, and with the Super Bowl now over, make their best bets.

  • 01:46

    Casino City Gang: Deal or no deal edition

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    Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser discuss the odd reports surrounding Wynn and money-laundering controls, the buyer that was supposed to purchase Revel in Atlantic City backing out of the deal and PokerStars getting into the online casino business. And as usual, they close the show by picking every NFL game against the spread.

  • Casino City Gang: Take it all back edition

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    Casino City's Dan Podheiser, Aaron Todd and Vin Narayanan talk about PokerStars cancelling its previously announced rake increases, a New Mexico man incorrectly thinking he won $500,000 on a lottery ticket and the second-place bidder in the Revel sale now saying he doesn't want the Atlantic City resort at his original offer price. Plus, the Gang picks the four NFL Divisional Playoff games against the spread.

  • 00:26

    Guest: Susan Lindner, CEO, Emerging Media

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    Susan Lindner, CEO, Emerging Media


    Emerging Media company helps disruptive clients that struggle with gaining media coverage and establishing a dominant presence within their industry so they can get maximum publicity. Overall, we work with them around the clock to help achieve their end business goal.


    www.emergingmediapr.com


    With more than 15 years experience in public relations, Susan has worked with innovative Fortune 500 brands (BP, National City Bank, Xerox), dynamic tech companies (Akamai, XMPIE, Equitrac, PokerStars), more than 40 international startups, and has helped 10 companies to get acquired in the last 10 years. The Holmes Report, Bulldog Reporter, PR News, Golden Bridge Awards, Top PR Agencies and the Stevie Awards have recognized her and her team at Emerging Media among the top ranked agencies, year after year.


    www.linkedin.com/in/susanjlindner


    @EmergingMediaPR

  • 02:02

    Casino City Gang: Sheldon "Grandpa Simpson" Adelson edition

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    Casino City Editor-in chief Vin Narayanan joins host Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser live from Las Vegas to discuss the latest news from the Global Gaming Expo (G2E), including Las Vegas Sands Chairman Sheldon Adelson's rant against Internet gambling. They'll also discuss the sale of bankrupt Revel in Atlantic City for a discount price of $110 million and the new "Spin and Go" hyperturbo tournaments at PokerStars. They also wrap up the show by picking every NFL game on the Week 5 schedule.

  • 01:21

    Casino City Gang: Targeted marketing edition

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    With the NFL season set to get underway, Casino City's Dan Podheiser hopes to once again prove his superiority in the Gang's quest to pick every game of the season against the spread. But before they can get to their NFL talk, Podheiser, Vin Narayanan and Aaron Todd will discuss recent events at the Seminole Hard Rock Poker Open, the reopening of the former Sahara (now the SLS) in Las Vegas, and the recent revelation by Nolan Dalla that PokerStars once considered making an offer to buy the New Orleans Saints.

  • 01:47

    Casino City Gang: Unanswered questions edition

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    Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser discuss Amaya Gaming's $4.9 billion purchase of PokerStars and what it means for online poker in the U.S. and beyond, an "excessive celebration" penalty called on Mike Matusow at the World Series of Poker and recent casino news in New York. Plus, the Gang picks every game from the second week of the World Cup.

  • 01:33

    Casino City Gang: Hypocrisy on the Hill edition

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    In this week's podcast, Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser discuss the latest House subcommittee hearing on online gambling and the latest news regarding PokerStars and New Jersey, and Vin gives an update from the Global Symposium on Racing & Gaming in Arizona. And as always, they pick every game on this week's NFL schedule against the spread.

  • 00:59

    Casino City Gang: Cheaters never win edition

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    This week, the Gang discusses alleged cheating incidents from some high-profile gamblers, the idea of a poker shot clock, and the $10 million poker room PokerStars plans to buildin Atlantic City. And as always, they will close the show by picking every game on the NFL schedule against the spread in the most degenerate 30 minutes in podcasting.

  • 01:17

    Casino City Gang: Live from GiGSE edition

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    Casino City Editor-in-Chief Vin Narayanan joins host Aaron Todd live from San Francisco where he is attending the Global iGaming Summit and Expo. They'll discuss a rather testy exchange between Jan Jones of Caesars and John Pappas from the Poker Players Alliance on the role PokerStars should play in a regulated gaming environment in the U.S. and the three themes emerging from the conference. They'll also examine Foxwoods' new agreement with online gambling software provider GameAccount and New Jersey governor Chris Christie's administration's overly-rosy revenue expectations for online gaming revenues.

  • 01:16

    Casino City Gang: Consolidated field edition

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    Casino City's Vin Narayanan joins Aaron Todd live from the World Series of Poker's Main Event in Las Vegas. In addition to the world's largest (but shrinking) tournament, the duo will discuss PokerStars' efforts to gain a foothold in the California and New Jersey markets, and Phil Ivey's efforts to market himself as a representative for Pala in California and on Ivey Poker on Facebook. Then they'll cap the show with the most degenerate five minutes in podcasting when they make their weekly best bets.