Two Spoilt Players Start The New Year Off With Big Winnings

A.T and N.F will be celebrating into the New Year after their big winnings at Crazy Vegas Casino!

Play On The Go At Crazy Vegas Mobile2013 started off with a bang for players at Crazy Vegas. This past week, the casino saw two lucky players walk away with full pockets and some very big smiles. N.F took home a whopping $40, 135.75 playing Premier Roulette Diamond Edition and the slots shone their favour on A.T who managed to reel in a huge sum of $51,086.75 on the mobile platform of the casino.

The mobile version of the casino has recently seen a boom in popularity. With Crazy Vegas having undergone a makeover, the casino now has a new look and feel as well as an improved welcome offer. Players can now enjoy gaming on the go and can spin it out for top rewards on their mobile device or tablet, no matter where they are. With new games being released monthly, there are lots of winning surprises and promotions in store for all CVC players.

Harry Von Schlussel, the brand ambassador and spokesperson for Crazy Vegas Casino commented, "What a smashing start to the year! This must have come as a spectacular 2013 surprise for these two lucky players. We are so pleased to see that our mobile slots are treating our players nicely and $51,086.75 is a great amount to pocket. Roulette is one of our most popular choices at the casino and with N.F wining $40, 135.75 in one sitting, we can sure see why. We have been hard at work on the Crazy Vegas brand and have recently launched not only an improved mobile platform, but have developed a whole look and feel for the brand as a whole. We know that with such big winnings and a whole new and improved Crazy Vegas, our players can look forward to a great year ahead."

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New Jersey on the Verge of Legal Online Gambling

New Jersey on the Verge of Legal Online GamblingGarden State lawmakers have long toyed with the idea of legalizing and regulating online gambling within the state of New Jersey. Back in 2011 the state legislative machine churned out a legal initiative which would have turned New Jersey into the first US state to legalize and regulate online gambling. Both the state Assembly and the Senate passed Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s bill, but the whole effort ran ashore when Governor Chris Christie refused to sign it into law. It should be noted that the bill vetoed by Christie was passed with a large bipartisan majority.

These days, the game seems to be on again. Lesniak is at it again. The ill-fated 2011 Bill was taken and amended into an entirely different type of animal, or so lawmakers on both sides of the political spectrum believe. The said bill is therefore yet again on Christie’s desk, awaiting his signature.

What exactly has changed besides the amended bill of course, since 2011? According to Lesniak and many of the other lawmakers supporting the new initiative, quite a lot. While the proposed bill was passed through an eerily similar bipartisan effort yet again, that is pretty much where the similarities stop. The economic circumstances are indeed radically different. Ravaged by hurricane Sandy, the economy of the Garden State is pretty much in shambles. It would be a mistake to fault Mother Nature solely for the current state of affairs though. New Jersey’s problems are much deeper and further reaching. The state, which viewed Atlantic City and its gambling-related revenues as a major economic engine for years, has been bleeding customers to neighboring states for quite a while now. With many of the other US states pondering laws and regulations in regards to online poker and online gambling, the pressure has gradually mounted and many Atlantic City businesses have been pushed to the brink of extinction.

Lesniak and his ilk obviously view online gambling and poker as potential lifesavers for the state’s besieged gambling economy. Furthermore, according to some of the rumors, the world’s largest online poker operation, PokerStars, may be looking to set up shop in Atlantic City by purchasing a land-based gambling operation there, a move which would not only bail out a single business, but may potentially end up turning New Jersey into the new focal point of the US online poker industry.

With the New Year more than a week old, and with Christie still not showing any signs of willingness to tackle the issue, some of the lawmakers behind the initiative are growing restless. Jim Whelan, Raymond Lesniak and Stephan Sweeney have apparently already written to the governor urging action on his part.

It now looks like the fate of legal online gambling and online poker in one of the United States’ most gambling oriented states rests in the hands of one Republican governor who has taken a rather anti-legalization stance in the past. Whether or not the circumstances are dire enough to convince Christie to finally pick up his pen and lift the shackles off the online gambling industry, remains to be seen. One thing is certain though: New Jersey lawmakers sure do have their minds set on getting this issue out of the way once and for all.