Here’s a primer on the basics of reporting your California casino winnings so you don’t get blindsided when the tax man cometh.
California cardrooms and the state’s tribal-owned casinos are sworn legal enemies in a battle over house-banked games.
Many of the largest tribal-owned casino resorts in California offer a lot more than slot machines and table games. They are full-fledged award-winning vacation destinations. Case in point: This month, Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula earned a prestigious AAA Four Diamond rating for the 22nd year. It is the longest-running Four Diamond award-winning casino resort […]
Graton Resort and Casino in Northern California has begun a massive $1 billion expansion that will double its size.
In recent years, illegal California casinos called slap houses have become prime targets of law enforcement officials.
As legislators move to reinstitute a moratorium on new cardrooms in the state, illegal California gambling dens continue to thrive.
Owned by the Wilton Rancheria Tribe and managed by Boyd Gaming, Sky River Casino was an immediate hit with Sacramento-area residents.
After citizens complained, detectives organized a raid to take down illegal California casinos led by a 43-year-old San Jose resident.
Not all California cardrooms have video cameras recording gambling activity. However, if the CGGC gets its way, that may change this year.
A new casino is coming to California wine country. While the construction timeline is still up in the air, the Dry Creek Rancheria Band of Pomo Indians received long-awaited approval from the county’s Board of Supervisors to build a tribal casino resort in Sonoma County. The new California casino will be located on the site […]