Pennsylvania Casinos Lose In Court Over Online Lottery GamesA judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by owners of seven Pennsylvania casinos trying to shut down the state’s online lottery games.
Pennsylvania Casino Revenues Down 18 Percent, Buoyed By Online Gambling And Sports BettingPandemic-related shutdowns in Pennsylvania helped knock casino revenue down by 18 percent.
Coronavirus Coverage: Gambling Down 84 Percent In April Despite Big Revenue Increase From Online Casino GamesOnline gambling saw a big increase last month.
Pa. Gamblers Spent Big On Super Bowl 54Pennsylvania gamblers spent over 30 million dollars in wagers on Super Bowl 54.
Lottery Gets Win In Pennsylvania Casino Gambling LawsuitPennsylvania casinos lost a bid in Commonwealth Court to shut down lottery games they said resembled casino gambling.
Online Casino-Style Gambling Close To Getting Started In PennsylvaniaPennsylvania state regulators say online casino-style gambling, such as poker, and online sports betting is close to getting started.
Pennsylvania Senate OKs Internet Play For Casinos, LotteryThe Pennsylvania Senate is advancing legislation to allow online casino-style gambling in the state as lawmakers look for ways to heal the state's deficit-ridden finances.
World’s Top Poker Players Prevail Over CMU’s ComputerIt was man vs. machine.
Top Poker Minds Take Part In Epic Battle With Machine Created By CMUFor two weeks, four of the top poker minds in the world played hand after hand at the Rivers Casino. Their opponent -- a computer created at Carnegie Mellon University.
Computer Program To Take On World's Best In Texas Hold 'EmCarnegie Mellon University researchers are going all in, pitting a computer program against some of the world's best professional poker players.