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Casinos And Gaming

Glenn Clark Offers Five Tips For Attending Preakness

Never been to Preakness before? Don't worry, Glenn Clark has five tips for attending Preakness to help you get the most out of your visit to Old Hilltop.

For Alwaysmining Trainer Kelly Rubley, Preakness Could Be Historic

Alwaysmining trainer Kelly Rubley could become the first woman trainer to win the Preakness, but she's not thinking about that. "There are a lot of great, talented women working in this industry," Rubley said. "It is exciting and I'm glad to be part of it."

What Would The Preakness Look Like At Laurel Park?

In the event the Preakness Stakes moves out of Pimlico Race Course and to Laurel Park, what would the race look like? Bill Ordine breaks down the differences in crowd size, high-end spectator spaces and more.

Maryland-Bred Alwaysmining Headlines Preakness Field For Local Horse Racing Fans

Bill Ordine breaks down the field for the 144th Preakness Stakes, which includes Maryland-bred Alwaysmining, Bob Baffert's Improbable and D. Wayne Lukas' Market King.

Maryland General Assembly Faces Complex Issues In New Sports Gambling Quest

Could the Maryland General Assembly really make a move on sports wagering without a statewide referendum? Bill Ordine looks at how it could work and the potential pitfalls and issues that could slow the process down.

College Bowl Game Schedule And Point Spreads

Here is the full schedule of this season's college football bowl games, with point spreads as reported by SportsBook.ag.

Startling Changes Afoot At Business Level Of Sports Gambling

Depending on your point of view, legalized sports gambling in America has been moving at a brisk pace since the U.S. Supreme Court gave the green light in May 2018 for states to offer it, or the changes have been mostly unnoticeable.

Though Future In Maryland Is Unclear, Legal Sports Gambling Picking Up Steam Nationally

With legal sports gambling not on the ballot in Maryland until at least 2020, Bill Ordine breaks down where sports betting is headed nationally.

Local Boxers To Descend Upon Live! Events Center

Several local boxers will fight at Maryland Live! Casino & Hotel's Events Center Aug. 18, including Demond Nicholson (Laurel, Md.), who will fight for the WBC-USNBC super middleweight title.

Live! Casino And Hotel Unveils Events Center Schedule

Live! Casino and Hotel revealed the entertainers who are scheduled to perform at the new events center in the coming weeks and months during the grand opening of the hotel July 11.

Cordish Companies Open Live! Casino & Hotel

The wait for the hotel portion of Live! Casino & Hotel is over. The Cordish Companies opened the doors to the 310 guest rooms and suites of the 17-story luxury hotel June 6.

Delaware Casinos Will Soon Allow Sports Betting

Delaware's three casinos will be allowed to operate Las Vegas-style sports books starting at 1:30 p.m. June 5.

Supreme Court Ruling Could Have Consequences For Pimlico

Michael Olesker wonders if the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on sports betting might turn out to be a late-hour death sentence reprieve for Pimlico Race Course.

Regardless Of Supreme Court Decision, Rise Of Sports Gambling Will Continue

The most important decision regarding the future of sports has been in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court for the last several months, and regardless of how the Supreme Court rules, there are some things about sports gambling in America that are almost certain.



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