Archive for the ‘Gambling Destinations’ Category
Looking back, I find it rather silly that anyone would go through all the trouble to build a city just for gamblers when gambling itself was not legalized in New Jersey. Yet, the absurd happened and, until the 1970s when gambling was finally legalized, Atlantic City was nothing more than a depressing, desolate place. What’s even worse is that the authorities promised to get involved in various renovation projects that would modernize Atlantic City and make it just as attractive as Las Vegas. Obviously, these things never happened.
Ireland casinos are located almost exclusively in Dublin. The one exception is Collosus Casino Sporting Club, which is located in Stephen Green. This casino has casino gambling, but no racebook or sportsbook. It could be considered a boutique casino, since it only has 14 table games.
Ireland casinos in Dublin include the 76 Club, the Amusement City Casino, and the two locations of Atari Expo, the Mayfair Casino Club, the Merrion Casino Club, the Silks Club, and The Fitzwilliam Card Club.
After France and the United Kingdom, the Western European country with the most casino facilities is Germany. Germany casinos include one of the most famous and historic of all Europe’s casinos, the Spielbank Baden-Baden, but also a number of new and modern casinos have been built to cater to the growing demand for gambling in Germany. Additionally, Germany is becoming a center for online casinos, with German casino sites set to become the most numerous non-English language casino sites on the Internet.