Statistics And Betting On Horseracing

Since statisticians can mostly with astounding accuracy predict everything from the outcome of national elections to the person most likely to be next voted out of a Big Brother house, it stands to reason that there must be something to be said for the role of statistics in predicting the outcome of a race run by horses.

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Casino Rama

Casino Rama Hotel and Entertainment Complex

With the rise of online casinos, many players would rather gamble online than drive to their nearest land based casino. Given the chance though, any serious casino enthusiast would jump at the chance to visit a top-class land based casino establishment. For anyone traveling to Ontario Canada, Casino Rama is undoubtedly worth a visit. This well-known and internationally recognised land-based Casino, Hotel and Entertainment complex is situated in the town of Rama in Ontario in Canada. The casino is located on the reserve land of Chippewas of Rama First Nation and draws visitors from all over the country and international tourists. Continue reading “Casino Rama”

FireKeepers Casino

FireKeepers Casino is a hotel and casino located in Battle Creek, Michigan in the United Sates. Built to mimic a Las Vegas hotel and casino, FireKeepers Casino offers live entertainment year round, a large casino and other amenities. Built in 2008, it opened in 2009 to the public with a Grand Gala opening. The FireKeepers Casino was developed by Gaming Entertainment Michigan, but sold to the Nottawaseppi Huron Band in 2012. Today the casino advertises its presence via an enormous neon sign on the i 94 highway, and can’t be missed from a mile away. Continue reading “FireKeepers Casino”

El Rancho Hotel and Casino

Early History of El Rancho Hotel and Casino

The hotel and casino that was built on the site of El Rancho Hotel and Casino was originally called The Thunderbird Hotel, and opened in 1948. The fourth hotel ever to open on the Vegas strip, The Thunderbird was built right on the highway in close proximity to the original hotel, the El Rancho Vegas and the second hotel; Hotel Last Frontier. At this stage Vegas was just a small town in the middle of the desert with two hotels and another trying to be built. The war had just ended, and Americans were trying to deal with the backlash. Building supplies were hard to come by, especially in the middle of nowhere, but despite all of this ground was broken in 1946 for El Rancho Hotel and Casino. The name of the new resort was to be Thunderbird, after a local Navajo legend. Continue reading “El Rancho Hotel and Casino”