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Macau run still has legs

Even though May revenue growth fell short of expectations, Macau casinos have found a sweet spot with continued VIP momentum and expanding overnight visits by mass market customers. 69 more words

Betting the 2018 Belmont: Who do you like?

In my preview of the Preakness, I noted that that race in general lacks the chaos of the Kentucky Derby. Ha—famous last words, before a race that took place after a week of downpours and on a track so encased in fog we couldn’t see the horses. 206 more words

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I'm Featured on Forbes.com - How to Get Paid to Travel!

I’ll often receive DMs asking me about my path to travel writing, “how I made it to my dream job.” It was far from direct but no matter what career or field I thought I would be in, travel was going to be a huge component of my life. 213 more words


IRS Warns Taxpayers To Watch Out For Scams This Summer

Now that tax season is over (well, except for those of us on extension), the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning taxpayers to remain on alert for phishing emails and telephone scams. 797 more words


Japan hits pachinko harder than casinos will

In an effort to prove they can be tough on problem gambling, just in case of casino legalization, Japanese authorities have cracked on pachinko payouts. That low blow will further shrink the uniquely Japanese phenomenon of pinball amid cacophony, video and smoke that’s lost two-thirds of its players since 1995 but still brings in US$33 billion in gross revenue. 69 more words